Tag Archives: Blonde

Belgians In Britain: The Brouwerij Haacht Range

Brouwerij Haacht is an independently owned family brewery, brewing beer in Belgium for over a hundred years. They make a wide range of modern and traditional beer styles and now they’re being imported into the UK by Branded Drinks. I … Continue reading

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Torrside Brewing Co. Katakana (5.2%)

A Belgian Blonde hopped with Sorachi Ace, this little bottle of joy does everything you’d hope for. There’s a dreamy soft caramel waffle, salted pretzel and honey malt body, it’s sticky and sweet and underpinned by a solid earthy yeast … Continue reading

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A Hiver Fiver

Hiver, the brewery that makes beer with honey have just turned five years old. They have also decided to move their beer into cans. These are two very good things. The cans look fantastic, taking the original bottle labels and … Continue reading

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Moncada Brewery Mandarina Blonde (4.2%)

This is a very drinkable, if not altogether exciting, little Blonde Ale that’s been brewed with Mandarina Bavaria hops. The aroma involves satsumas and flower borders and, sadly, a little bit of sweet corn, while the beer sits an appetisingly … Continue reading

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Left Bank Brewery Django (6.5%)

Django is a Blonde with a big ABV and I like it a lot. There’s a permeating booziness that rides along through the beer warming and rounding out everything else going on. It’s a big muscly hug that envelopes the … Continue reading

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