27 August 2022

Suffolk Blonde Beer (Aldi) By @SpectreUK

Suffolk Blonde Beer

I fancy a blonde. Although I can't seem to resist a blonde. Especially one with big eyes and a sad story. That's not what I'm talking about here. This is a blonde from down south. This Suffolk Blonde ale was brewed by St. Peter's Brewery. At 4% in volume the bottle states that it has a "caramel aroma with a bitter touch". Like I said, I can't seem to resist a blonde.

On opening the bottle there was a strong malted barley smell from this frothy deep golden blonde ale. There were hints of sweet caramel in the aroma and a little herbal hops. On taste this Suffolk Blonde ale had an almost sweet malt biscuit flavour to begin with. This is a hearty brew indeed. One of those fill you up per mouthful. Really flavoursome.

The biscuit notes had sweetness of caramel malt with a hint of bitterness at the end from those herbal hops. This is a lovely beer. One to enjoy with a packet of Ready Salted crisps in the pub with a good book or with friends, followed by a packet of pork scratchings and a box of Digestive biscuits to finish. Of course, I'd want more than one of these Suffolk Blonde ales. No doubt.

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