This ale, Something Cold Premium Bold Ale, is another purchase from Stateliness Elite. This beer is 5% ABV. This beer pours a golden color with a three-finger white head that fades slowly. It has a grain aroma, with a lightly sweet citrus flavor and bread notes. The taste is citrusy, bright, clean, and with some grain flavors with a hint of bread. The mouthfeel is light. Then this blonde ale finishes crisp and clean with a light fruited flavor. Then you come to a crisp aftertaste of bread and grains. This ale is an easy-drinking beer. You could have many of these. This beer would be good on the hot golf course. The flavor is just right and doesn’t overpower your tastebuds. I give Something Cold an A. It has all the deliciousness with none of the filler. I recommend you try it! Please be kind, stay safe and remember to enjoy! Cheers!
I am not the biggest fan of blueberry ales. This is Georgia Beer Co. Blueberry Field Party Blonde Ale, 5% ABV. This is the last of the verity of Field Party Blonde Ales I have. This particular Field Party beer pours a golden color with a one finger fizzy white head that fades real quick. The aroma is big sweet fresh blueberries. The blueberries pretty much mask any other notes. The taste is sweet with blueberries and a very little bready note. The mouthfeel is light. The aftertaste is blueberry with little bits of bready notes. The aftertaste is like container that had blueberries left in it. There is a sweetness to the aftertaste but it not very strong. Georgia Beer Co. Blueberry Field Party Blonde Ale wasn’t so bad. I’d say its a B-. It didn’t taste of artificial blueberries like some blueberry beers. But it hasn’t changes how I feel about blueberry ales. I mean a stout with blueberries is okay, but not in anyother styles. I would go for this again soon, but not too soon. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Here’s another sent from the Georgia Beer Co., and thanks for sending this. This is Raspberry Field Party Blond Ale, 5.0% ABV. This is a raspberry version of Field Party Blond Ale. I have reviewed that two days ago. This beer Here’s another sent from the Georgia Beer Co., and thanks for sending this. This Blonde Ale is Raspberry Field Party Blond Ale, 5.0% ABV. This beer is a raspberry version of Field Party Blond Ale. I have reviewed that two days ago. This beer pours a light red color that almost looks amber with a one-finger pink fizzy head. The aroma is sweet with a raspberry flavor. The taste follows the nose. It has a nice, light sweetness from the raspberry flavor with a tiny beardy note. The mouthfeel is light. This Blonde Ale finishes with a raspberry flavor that is not very overpowering. The aftertaste of raspberry doesn’t stick around long. It is there just long of for your taste buds to notice it’s there. Then it is gone. I found Georgia Beer Co. Raspberry Field Party Blonde Ale to be a little better than the not fruited Field Party. I give this beer a B+. The raspberries were refreshing. This Blonde Ale is a good beer for a hot summer’s day. A pool/beach beer for sure. So go out and try this Georgia Beer Co. Raspberry Field Party Blonde Ale. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Big thanks to the Georgia Beer CO. for sending me, Field Party Blonde Ale, 5.0% ABV and many other beers, which I will be reviewing soon, so please keep you eyes peeled for those here. Georgia Beer Co. in Valdosta, Goergia brewer this blonde ale and brews a few of the same beer that have different fruits in them. Putting fruits into a blonde ale is a common thing in craft brewing. But this Field Party has no fruit. it pours a golden color with a one and half finger white head that is slow to fade. The aroma is bready with light sweetness. The flavor is light with sweet bread notes, and a light mouthfeel. The finish is not really much but a very light sweet note. The aftertaste is the same with a very faint hoppy note that quickly turns to a faint sweetness. Overall this is a light tasty refreshing beer. I give Georgia Beer Co. Field Part Blonde Ale a B. It is great on a hot day, and could be a lawnmower beer or a golfers beer. But I don’t play golf of have a yard to mow. But It’s a solid beer. Stronger.more flavors and this could be an perfect beer. I do recommend drinking this, especially now before the summer ends! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
This Appalachian Mountain Brewery Boone Creek Blonde, 4.9% ABV was brought over by my neighbors for the Super Bowl. This blonde ale is brewed in Boone, North Carolina, and is a Great American Beer Festival award winner. It pours out a golden color into the glass with a one-and-a-half-finger white head that is somewhat quick to fade into itself. The aroma is slightly biscuity with some honey and a light hop aroma. Taste is a little similar to its aroma. There is a honey-sweet note that is followed by a light biscuity note with a light hoppy flavor. It has a smooth flavor as well and finishes smooth and crisp. The aftertaste is a sweet yet slightly hoppy flavor that does not stay, but it does draw you into another refreshing sip. This has all the average aromas and flavor of your typical Blonde ale with just a hint of hoppy. I say that Appalachian Mountain Brewery Boone Creek Blonde is not bad and it’s a C+ beer, above average. There wasn’t any sort of flavors that aren’t your typical Blonde al flavors which is good. I do recommend this Appalachian Mountain Brewery Boone Creek Blonde. Please stay safe and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Cabarrus Brewing Co. Cabarrus Cotton Blonde Ale, 4.7% is not so far from me in Concord, North Carolina. Cabarrus is the county in which Concord is. This blonde ale is a cream ale. Cabarrus Cotton pours gold with a two-finger semi-quick fading head. There is a slightly sweet fruity aroma to it, but it thin at best. The favor is semi-sweet with some slight fruit flavor. There is a metallic note that comes along on the back of your tongue. The flavors on this cream ale is a thin and bit week. The mouthfeel is light. Cabarrus Cotton finishes with off-putting metallic flavors. It has no real aftertaste. It just ends once you swallow this awful beer. With that said, I give Cabarrus Brewing Co. Cabarrus Cotton Blonde Ale an F+. It starts fine for two seconds in your mouth, then quickly gets worse as it passes through your mouth and over your tongue, and ends with terrible taste. I wouldn’t go for this if I were you. It’s not a cream ale, in my opinion. Yes, it has some sweet notes, but it has fruity notes, which aren’t cream ale flavors. Metallic flavors a certainly not in a cream ale, let alone any beer. Please stay safe and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Over Thanksgiving, my Aunt brought Coop Ale Works Honey Toad Blonde, 5.3% ABV from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This beer, brewed with Noble Hops, Two-row, and Pilsner malt. Horny Toad pours an orange color with a thin one and a quarter white head that quickly recedes into itself. The aroma is nice, clean, and crisp with a sweet fruity note and a light bitterness. It smells more sugary than you think it would. Taste is crisp, slightly bitter, and sweet with a fruity like flavor with a refreshing mouthfeel and finishes with a bittersweet flavor. There is less bitterness in the aftertaste and more sweet notes there. Coop Ale Works Horny Toad Blonde is a good beer, but it’s sweet than some blonde ales I’ve had, and I give it a B-. The sweet notes of this beer weren’t terrible. I found those sweet notes to be slightly overpowering to the other flavors as the little number of bitter notes. It is a good beer that is worth trying. I would be glad to have it again. Please stay safe and enjoy responsibly. Cheers!
Went out to a new local Butcher shop purchase a few items such as Armor Artis Brewing Sospeso Coffee Blonde Ale, 6.6% ABV. This is coffee blonde is brewed not far from me down in Fort Mill, South Carolina, dry-hopped with Ethiopian coffee beans from Sospeso Coffee Roasted in Waxhaw, North Carolina. Sospeso pours a brown copper color with a two finger bright sightly rocky white head that stedily fades with slightly roasted sweet coffee and coca aromas. Taste is lightly roasted with some coffee and a faint coca note and it has a very light and very faint bitter note that shows up in the back of the mouth with a meduim mouthfeel that finish with a bitter roasted note and an aftertaste that is roasted with coffee and slight hint of coca with a slight linger of bitterness. Now I have had better Coffee Blonde ales than Armor Artis Brewing Sospeso Coffee Blonde Ale. It not much of a blonde ale by the looks of it. I give Armor Artis Brewing Sospeso Coffee Blonde Ale a D+. It has a strange bitterness that isn’t a coffee like bitterness and it to much like a brown al with coffee. I would not try Armor Artis Brewing Sospeso Coffee Blonde Ale, instead I would have Wooden Robot Brewing Good Morning Vietnam, that is turly blonde and has a more subtle but great cooffe flavor that intertwines well with the blonde. Please stay safe and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Edmunds Oast Brewing Co. Cereal For Dinner, 5.0% ABV is brewed in Charleston, South Carolina is a blonde ale brewed with English yeast, East Kent, Goldings hops, 2-row, Carafoam malt, Vanilla, toasted coconut, toasted almonds, and Lactose. Cereal For Dinner pours a deep yellow color with a one and a half finger white that fades somewhat quickly giving off a sweet vanilla coconut sweet aroma Taste is sweet with nice vanilla with some nice coconut notes. I really don’t get the almond flavors but that not bad. The taste does carry into the finish with nice vanilla and some toasted coconut and a nice sweet aftertaste that lings for just a bit with a lighter mouthfeel. Edmunds Oast Brewing Co. Cereal For Dinner is a good beer an A-, but you have to be into sweet beers or in the mood for one. This is not a full-on refreshing beer, but it’s a bit refreshing and not too heavy. Its something that worth a try and one that I would enjoy coming back to have. Edmunds Oast Brewing Co. is a good solid brewery as is Cereal For Dinner. Please stay safe and please enjoy responsibly! Cheers!
Originally posted on September 7th, 2014.
I’ve seen more and more beer in cans recently and that isn’t a bad thing. In the past canned beer wasn’t thought of as good as the bottled beer. People thought the materials of aluminum cans would make the beer taste funny. Now can technology has gone many times better. But canned beer can go places that bottled beer cannot. You can take cans of beer to the beach, put them in a backpack, or in the cooler without worry, and aluminum cans don’t break when dropped. NoDa Brewing Company here in Charlotte, North Carolina makes beer in cans, and here is one of their newer beers CAVU (Ceiling and visibility unlimited), 4.6% ABV, and is in a rather cool looking sixteen ounce can. CAVU pours a clear golden color with a one-finger fizzy wheat head that dissipates quickly but leaves behind minimal lacing. I found lots of light streaming through the glass with healthy amounts of carbonation. The aroma is a bit fruity with a bit of grapefruit and some oranges. There is a slight whiff of pine in the aroma as well. NoDa CAVU has a crisp taste of fruity hops, this is due to the use of west coast hops, I found there to be grapefruit and orange with hints of a piney grassy taste on the back of the mouth. I also found a buttery cracker flavor in the middle of the mouth and towards the back. CAVU has a medium to light mouthfeel with a nice hop character. This beer finishes nicely with a crisp hoppy bit and has a fruity hop aftertaste. NoDa Brewing Company CAVU gets an A, this is a good beer that doesn’t overpower your taste buds and is easy to drink as well as refreshing, and has a very cool looking can too. I enjoyed this one very much and I do highly recommend that you go and try NoDa Brewing Company CAVU for yourself. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!