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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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Zywiec Tatra Beer

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reviewed by:
John H.

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

Zywiec Tatra Beer
 
Pours a rich golden color with a thin white head.
No aroma to speak of. Just a water smell.
Medium to watery mouth feel.
Flavor, flavor, flavor. This has got it. Honey sweetness from the get go with a creamy middle and a crisp clean finish. I don't think I've had a lager this complex
before. Boggles the mind. Why can't the big boys do something like this. I could drink these all day long.



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