Category Archives: Light/Pale Ales

Wychwood Brewery Wychcraft Blonde Ale

From the Brewery:  “A pale golden potion with delicate red hues, Wychcraft has a heady burst of fresh citrus aroma derived from three infusions of Styrian golding hops. A sprig of gentle warming malty flavour finishes with a dry biscuit … Continue reading

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Samuel Adams Summer Ale

From the Brewery:  “Crisp and tangy with refreshing lemon peel and a hint of pepper from rare Grains of Paradise.  Golden, hazy, & thirst quenching, this American wheat ale balances bright citrus, Noble hops & spice for a lively brew … Continue reading

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Riley’s Brewing Co. Sancha

From the Brewery:  “An exceptionally easy drinking light bodied ale.  A smooth refreshing blonde, flavored with wild flower honey to enhance your drinking pleasure.” 5.5% ABV The Pour:  Poured from a 22 oz bomber into my nonic glass. Sancha is a … Continue reading

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Tioga-Sequoia Brewery CA 99 Golden Ale

From the Brewery:  “99 is an easy drinking honey golden ale that is meant to be enjoyed by beer drinkers on all levels. A slight sweetness and rich flavor is derived from the honey malt used along with other specialty … Continue reading

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Boddingtons Pub Ale

From the Can:  “Since 1778 when it was first brewed at the Strangeways Brewery in Manchester, Boddingtons has been renowned  as a unique, pale-gold ale. In English pubs, Boddingtons is served using the traditional hand pulled method which  mixes air … Continue reading

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