Paddle Break Blonde - Bent Paddle Brewing Co.
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3.9/5 rDev -0.8%
Serving glass: Poured from can into Tulip.
Appearance: Hazy golden blonde with good sized white head.
Smell: Strong, semi-sweet aroma of toast, biscuit and banana.
Taste: A little more muted than the aroma, with toast, biscuit, banana, clove and floral hops. There is a lingering sweet fruit aftertaste.
Feel: Relatively light body with ample carbonation. Finish is almost dry but not clean due to the aftertaste.
Overall: Very solid representation of the Belgian Blonde Ale style. If this finished a little more crisp and clean, this would be outstanding.
05-17-2014 22:30:47 | More by bsp77
4.11/5 rDev +4.6%
Poured from a 12 oz. can into a tall pint glass.
Appearance: Pours a bright straw golden orange with a moderate amount of bubbles. Big three finger white head with decent retention.
Smell: A yeasty, bready, and fairly fruity malt forward aroma with good hints of Belgian yeast, grains, and fruit. Belgian yeast with some hints of pepper and clove. Pale malt with some hints of wheat, grains, biscuit, cracker, and straw. Citrus hints of orange and lemon zest. Some light honey like hints as well. A pretty nice Blonde style aroma.
Taste: Like the aroma, a crisp, yeasty, and fairly fruity Blonde style taste with good notes of Belgian yeast and citrus. Upfront Belgian yeast with notes of clove and pepper spicing. Pale malt with notes of grains, wheat, straw, biscuit, and cracker. Mild sweet notes of honey. Citrus fruit notes of lemon zest and orange. A pretty nice crisp taste.
Mouthfeel: Light to medium bodied with a fairly high level of carbonation. Very crisp and smooth with a fairly drying finish.
Overall: A pretty solid take on a Blonde Ale. Good Belgian yeast notes with some nice subtle fruit.
07-15-2014 07:24:32 | More by MattyG85
3.93/5 rDev 0%
A: Crystal clear golden yellow with a eggshell white head that sticks around. Okay lacing.
S: Fresh cereal grains, lemon, pilsner malts and some slightly spicy belgium yeast esters are very prominent, but not overpowering.
T: Nice clean pilsner taste up front, then some belgium yeast spice comes next. The belgium spice/clove taste is very mild and very well integrated. Very mild citrus hops. Low bitterness, 20 IBUs. Really nice crisp finish. Ever so slight lingering sweet/citrus finish.
M: Medium-light body. Carbonation is slightly high.
O: Awesome drinkability. Really nice overall. Going to get another six pack or two of this stuff before it's done for the year.
05-16-2014 23:10:28 | More by herman77
4.06/5 rDev +3.3%
Bright yellow can, pale gold body. Smell is clean and floral, mostly belgian yeast character. The taste is nearly all belgian yeast esters with a mild hop flavor. Floral, fruity and a bit funky from the yeast. Goes down so easily with summer weather. Lighter and smooth. I am not a fan of blonde ales at all. I would put this more in the category of belgian golden ale flavor wise, but the abv is just too low. Wonderful drinker and was perfect on my camping expedition.
06-09-2014 00:34:10 | More by jera1350
Paddle Break Blonde from Bent Paddle Brewing Co.
87 out of 100 based on 22 ratings.