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Brewed by Moorhouses
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Burnley, England

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RATINGS: 33   MEAN: 3.03/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   EST. CALORIES: 132   ABV: 4.4%
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Bottled, pasteurised, for USA market only;

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RileyOBaba (33) - , Ohio, USA - OCT 28, 2008
Yes, this really is the name. Don’t know how they got it past the authorities. Also, the young lady on the label looks like anything but the beer’s name. Moorhouses really exports some great bottled beers and this is no exception. A great complement to Owd Ale, Witches Brew, and Black Cat. Very flavorful for being so light in color and beautifully conditioned. Citrus/spice notes with delicate hop notes. Nice

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ronaldtheriot (1995) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - JUL 29, 2014
Moorhouse’s Blond Bitch has a thick, off-white, somewhat creamy head, an opaque, gold-orange appearance, with lots of orange-tan chunks floating about, and very little lacing left on the glass. The aroma is of possibly old or aged, sweet malt, clover honey, mild hop resin, and ever-so-slightly turned light fruit (like dates). Taste is of initial hop bitterness, with sugar crystal sweetness, white bread, cellar mold, light fruits, and biscuit. There is even a grass component. Mouthfeel is medium, and Moorhouse’s Blond Bitch finishes wet and fairly easy drinking. Well, this is a different sort of thing, here. RJT

3.9
seuinoz (276) - Glen Ellyn, Illinois, USA - APR 20, 2016
Aroma. Faint hints of orange with Wet cardboard.Appearance. Hazy yellow color,quickly dissipating head.Taste light sweetness,with medium bitterness.Palate medium body, creamy mouthfeel with very soft carbonation with a slightly bitter finish.

3.6
bhensonb (15760) - Woodland, California, USA - MAR 1, 2011
Bottle from Hi Time. Pours hazy orange amber with a slight, fizzy/creamy off-white head. Aroma is mostly floral, but there’s a suggestion of apricot. Med body. Flavor is immediately light stone fruit, but there’s some florality in the mix. This could well be a fruity ESB. Finishes fruity, and hoppy in the floral sense. It seems quite well balanced. It is delicious.

3.5
nuplastikk (6454) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 18, 2009
16.9oz bottle. Cloudy orange tan color. Thin mouthfeel, refreshingly so in a lot of ways. Some mild citrus crispness and a light fruity malt backbone. An all around inoffensive session beer.

3.4
MaltDawg (1344) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - APR 16, 2009
(Sample Date: 2/21/2009 Source:Other) 1/2L Bottle. Light caramel and grain with some honey in the aroma. Mostly clear light orange golden with little white head. Light graininess along with a floral/fruity hop flavor and mild peach like fruitiness. Medium body and mouthfeel. Finish is dry with light hop bitterness.

3.4
JDBaker11058 (2351) - Maryland, USA - JAN 8, 2011
Appearance: good pour, big foamy head with long residual lacing; hazy and orange-gold. Aroma: sweet toasty malts with bright citrus notes, some grass. Taste: malty and sweet; light citrus; clean and refreshing. Finish: short, crisp and slightly sweet, with lingering tart dryness. Notes: Nice carbonation and mouthfeel; tasty, drinkable and refreshing. Not too complex. Do for a session beer in a pinch.

3.4
beernovice39 (3269) - Idaho, USA - MAY 9, 2012
Bottle pours a hazy amber with a tiny off white head. Scent is fruity. Taste is as well.

3.4
Drake (14078) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - APR 13, 2013
Hazy blond color with a thin frothy white head. Decent head retention. Pale malt aroma with some earthy and herbal hops. The taste is pale malts, herbal hops, faint toastiness. Thin-medium bodied.


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