Trying to save the world from wilted petunias and sad geraniums.
Monday, August 13, 2012
Brugse Zot, Blonde Ale
This light Belgian beer smells of light malt, grasses and clover. The pour produces a huge, marshmallow type head of foam. Once the head settles the beer is much like champagne.
I believe this was the goal of the brewer, to produce a light, bubbly beer to delight the tongue and the eye. There is a hint of prune flavoring in the light malts as well. Brugse Zot Blonde could be the perfect introduction to Belgian Ales, if one is needed. I certainly appreciate the 4.25 alcohol by volume as opposed to, the more common, higher gravity Golden Ales.
I need to aquire a few of these to enjoy around the house!
Grade: 4.9 out of 5 Sniffers