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Brewer: Left Hand Brewing
Shelf Tags for Left Hand Motherlode Golden Ale
Style: Blonde Ale
- Blonde Ales are among the lightest and cleanest of the all malt (all barley with no corn or rice adjuncts in the grain) beers. They are a refreshing but somewhat flavorful beer closely related to Cream Ales and the Kölsch style beers from Germany.
Blonde Ales are generally brewed as all malt beers and as such, they are often viewed as one of the most basic entry level beers into the craft beer category. ("All-malt" means that the fermentables used to brew the beer are barley or wheat, while some mass produced beers utilize corn or rice as fermentables.)
Blonde Ales are sometimes brewed with the addition of honey or other spices and flavorings. Blonde Ales can also be brewed as lagers, but that is not typical.
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