Blonde Hunny Ale - Wild Wolf Brewing Company
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Ratings: 63 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
4.93/5 rDev +42.9%
This is one of my favorite Virginia craft beers. The flavor is full and robust, leaving no doubts. A delicious honey taste permeates throughout. When I first tried this beer it really took me off my feet. A beer like this is why you drink craft beers. Excellent work Wild Wolf Brewing Company!
03-31-2014 17:59:23 | More by Sonnymon
4.75/5 rDev +37.7%
The reviews for this particular beer seem to remind me of a bunch of guys who took up drinking beer because it was the cool thing to do, and now they feel obligated to drink one and write a snooty beer review. Well let me set the record for those of you wondering about buying this seemingly mysterious canned beer. Its great! Some of us were not priviledged enough to have champagne flowing from our urinals when we were young and learned what a nice cold canned beer meant on a hot summers day. Some of the guys on here remember those filfthy canned beers chillded to ice cold temperatures on that hot summer day. This is a canned beer you would have wished you were ripping into at the end of that hard working day in the sunshine! Now some of you acornless fools who get on here and massage your tulip folds would disagree, but you know that you drink beer for a sport. Some of us drink it because it is the pot of gold at the end of the hard trotted rainbow road. We just hope whats in the pot helps us to forget the days troubles. Blonde Hunny is what a working man desires! In both ways (human and spirit).
First off I could do the "5 step" douche review we currently seem to look to on here, but hey you just get desensitized over time to being in a douchebag world. This review if for those guys who like to wear t-shirts and dont need the button down kind of review. If you like to drink canned beer after being out in the sun all day, you cant go wrong here. Also if this review doesnt make it to print, censorship is alive an well. If this review does make it to print, freedom still may have a chance. Either way drink this beer and know there are some things in the world that are right. Plus honey is good for about everything known to man! Get your medicine men!
07-08-2014 02:08:19 | More by HannibalLector
4.66/5 rDev +35.1%
Serving Can - poured into a perfect pint glass
A: pours a hazy, bright, golden yellow. Almost glow with sunlight behind it.
S: wheat, citrus, light malt. Overall pleasant aroma.
T: starts slightly sweet with a peppery spicy finish. Nice balance of lemon, honey and spice. Dangerously drinkable.
M: A little thin considering the ABV but still solid enough.
O: A really uniquely refreshing beer. Great summertime staple that goes down smooth and packs a punch.
05-19-2014 18:54:48 | More by cosmo332
3.74/5 rDev +8.4%
Hazy yellow orange in color with a 2 1/2 finger white head that recedes rather quickly leaving only token lacing, a light film on the surface, and a ring around the glass.
Sweet and herbal with some lemony Belgian spice. Rich, spicy and fresh.
Peppery tart on the tongue. The sweetness of the malts punches through on the swallow, followed closely and briefly by some light biter hops. Follow through is a lasting lemony tartness. Very nice! I really like this.
Feel is peppery and medium full with a pleasant light syrupy coating in the mouth. Warming. Substantial body.
Much better than I had feared. Taste, aroma, and feel were quite pleasing. A bit of cloy at the very first, but it settled down almost immediately. Rather easy to drink considering it's ABV and body. I really enjoyed it. I have the WW Dry Stout as well. I drank this first because it got the worst reviews, so hopefully I'll have a similar experience with the Stout. This is my 3rd Wild Wolf, and so far, they haven't let me down.
02-04-2014 03:38:03 | More by obywan59
3.54/5 rDev +2.6%
Nice, light summertime beer, Poured from the can into my Grape and Gourmet store tulip glass. Good light honey/amber color with a good size white head. Average lacing and retention.
Aroma is fairly mild but you can pick up the honey, wheat and some lemon. Pleasant.
Taste includes some sweetness from the honey, a little bite from the wheat and some Belgian yeast and lemon. Flavor is not that intense, but fine for a summer refreshment.
Mouthfeel is light and tart, Alcohol presence is not noticible.
A tasty thirst quencher, I would drink this one again.
05-12-2014 20:30:07 | More by JayQue
Blonde Hunny Ale from Wild Wolf Brewing Company
79 out of 100 based on 63 ratings.