Item #: K69
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Our Belgian Blonde is a light Belgian Ale in the dry-yet crisp Blonde style. This beer has a subtle spicy and earthy character in the finish imparted by the selected Belgian liquid yeast, and ferments to a crisp dryness due to the addition of brewing beet sugar. German two row barley is used in making the extract, for a clean pilsner-like malt character.

Makes 5 gallons with an alcohol content of 5%, and an IBU level of 22. Ease of brewing: Beginner

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Average Rating: (based on 18 reviews)

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by Jeff
on 8/2/2013
Starting to like Blondes
I have always been a brunette guy so this surprised me.  I now have added Blondes into my "like" list.  This was my first brewing batch.  During the process, I had a couple of questions and the staff at Williams professionally and quickly answered. I could not have been happier with the results.  An excellent tasting brew and this has been validated by several of my friends.  The toughest critic (my brunette wife) gave it a thumbs up (despite it being blonde)and she is dedicated to domestic lite beer.  Will definitely brew again at some point in the future.  My 4 star rating is simply because I don't have a baseline with it being my 1st batch.  Otherwise, I would have given it a five.
on 4/14/2013
My first batch
This was my first brew and I have made it again since.  Both times it turned out great!  Probably will be making another batch again this summer. 
by Forrest
on 4/13/2013
Belgian Blonde
Easy to brew and easy to drink.  Highly recommended.
by Byron
on 3/19/2013
Killed the keg of this outstanding Blonde about 2 weeks ago. I will definately brew this again in the summer. Very light and refreshing and will be good in the summer quenching your thirst.
by Ryan
on 6/2/2012
Belgian Blonde
I received very good reviews from my focus group after they tasted the Blonde. Strict instructions on gravity, temperature and immediate bottling helped produce a great brew, with strong beer aroma, slight bitterness, beautiful blonde color and easy drinking. My concern was it kept foaming once bottle was opened, although I waited the full 15 days and followed the hydrometer reading. I should have shaken the bottles a lot more to get the yeast working in the solution.  This foaming was something which did not happen with my well received Harvest Ale which brewed very well at below 58 degrees winter weather. But foam did not stop everyone from enjoying the brew. Many said the Blonde was the best beer they ever tasted! We need specific instructions on how many hours waiting for silt to go down before bottling, and what to add to make beer more blonde and clear.
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