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Alexander Keith's - Ambrosia Blonde

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Beer Style: 
American Blonde Ale
Serving Style.: 
341 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5.2% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
Sent by brewery
Beer Rating: 
2

Alexander Keith's - Ambrosia Blonde

Pours golden with a short lived thick white head.
All I can detect in the aroma is some kind of fruit.
Medium mouth feel.
Very little hop to this one. Mostly a fruity flavor with a touch of slightly burnt caramel. What little hop flavor there is comes out at the finish which is a fairly nice drying hit.
From a big brewer this is not bad stuff, and it was free. Thank you Keith's!




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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
371ml Can
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
3

Headstrong Munich Lager

Thick off white head, Dark amber beer.
An aroma of flowers, grass, and citrus with hints of honey and chocolate.
The initial taste is citrus and grass, quickly followed by a nice combination of chocolate, coffee, molasses, and honey. Some berries come through as it warms slightly.
Berries and (predominantly) citrus linger nicely in the aftertaste.
A much fuller flavour than any mainstream lager, almost ale like, compared to most lagers. It shows you what a lager should be, and is in many parts of the world.

A great summer beer. I will buy this one again.






Headstrong Munich Lager

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
473 ml. can
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
3

Headstrong Munich Lager

Thick, clumpy white head on a dark amber colored beer.
Aroma of citrus and hay with a hint of flowers.
First hit is of hops immediately followed by the sweetness of the malt. It has a creaminess reminiscent of an ale. Full mouth feel. Finishes with a citrus tingle that begs for another sip.
This is not bad.




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