Yay! We’re at the final Village beer! Kind of sad actually. Their beers have been pretty decent but now I’m going to have to delve into the darker and harder-to-find side of Alberta beers. But we’re not there yet so let’s check out the Village Blonde.
From Village’s rather attractive website:
Meet this natural Blonde, whose golden glow comes from the finest two-row Alberta barley. An ale with a crisp, dry palate that balances a slight fruity sweetness and subtle bitterness. Handcrafted, unpasteurized, free of preservatives and additives, this local beauty conforms to the 1516 Bavarian Law of Purity. So few Blondes do.
And from my mostly unattractive brain:
Ogle this natural Blonde (even though that’s totally rude), whose gold-ish hue comes from the fine Barley producers of Alberta. An ale with a bit of flavour that balances some hidden hints of citrus and a tinge of bitterness. Handcrafted (whatever that means…
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