Brouwhoeve Blond

Winner Spain 2019 World Beer Awards

Blond beer from Brouwhoeve is a typical Belgian blond beer. A clear, golden beer with a strong, beckoning head. After the soft taste of the first sip, the aromatic taste of tropical fruit leads to a powerful refreshing aftertaste; you will long for the next sip. A great blond beer. Dust. If you like blond of course. When rolling the beer there are strong tones of passion fruit, banana, spices and a hop aroma. Contemporary, that’s what it is! If you find a terrace, order a blond beer from Brouwhoeve next time. A guaranteed success!

Brouwhoeve's Blond, nice and fresh beer

Blond beer is a fresh type of beer that is accessible to many people. By using less hops than, for example, lager, the taste is less bitter. The light colour of blond beer, just like its fresh taste, fits in perfectly with spring and summer!

Brouwhoeve blond beer, balanced and refreshing

Blond beer was first brewed in Belgium, as a variant of double beer. Double was exported to France, but the French were not a fan of this dark type of beer. A clever marketer came up with the idea of brewing double with a pale malt. The blond beer was born and turned out to be a success. Blond beer has its name because of its beautiful golden yellow (blond) colour. Unmistakable for this beer. Nowadays, blond beer is so well known that almost every brewer in the Netherlands and Belgium has a blond beer in their assortment.

Beer & Food tip

Try this wonderfully light blond beer with:

  • deliciously crunchy French fries
  • a semi-hard, low-fat French cheese
  • a sweet fruit tart
blond bier food

Beer Details

Alcohol content: 6%
Malt: Pilsmalt, palemalt
Hop: Magnum, Saaz
Yeast: SafAle US-05
EBC (colour): 8
EBU (bitterness): 18
Beverage temperature: 6-8°C

Beverage temperature: 6-8°C

Blond Beer & food

A refreshing beer and also nice to combine with different types of dishes. Blond beer is generally very easy to drink away with its supple, subtle taste. You don’t taste the light malt very strongly back, but it does dominate the taste. Belgian blond beers are often very fruity due to the use of yeast. Blond beer is also good to combine with food, for example:

  • French fries: delicious crispy chips go well with this light beer. A blond beer washes away your French fries.
  • Tomme de savoie cheese: this semi-hard, low-fat cheese goes very well with a blond beer.
  • Apricot tarts: These fresh cakes are delicious with a fruity blond beer.
Brouwhoeve Blond

Price winner World Beer Awards 2019

Brouwhoeve Blond is a typical Belgian blond beer. Refreshing citrus with a firm luring head.

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Malts:

  • Pilsner
  • Palemalt

Hops:

  • Magnum
  • Saaz

Yeast:

  • Safale US-05

Colour = EBC:  8 – Golden yellow

Bitterness = EBU: 18 – Low on bitter

Blond beer is a fresh type of beer that is accessible to many people. By using less hops than, for example, lager, the taste is less bitter. The light colour of blond beer, just like the fresh taste, fits in perfectly with spring and summer!

Short history of Blond beer

Blond beer was first brewed in Belgium, as a variant of double beer. Double was exported to France, but the French were not a fan of this dark type of beer. A clever marketer came up with the idea of brewing double with a pale malt. The blond beer was born and turned out to be a success. Blond beer has its name because of its beautiful golden yellow (blond) colour. Unmistakable for this beer. Nowadays, blond beer is so well known that almost every brewer in the Netherlands and Belgium has a blond beer in their assortment.

A refreshing beer and also nice to combine with different types of dishes. Blond beer is generally very easy to drink away with its supple, subtle taste. You don’t taste the light malt very strongly back, but it does dominate the taste. Belgian blond beers are often very fruity due to the use of yeast. Blond beer is also good to combine with food, for example:

  • French fries: delicious crispy chips go well with this light beer. A blond beer washes away your French fries.
  • Tomme de savoie cheese: this semi-hard, low-fat cheese goes very well with a blond beer.
  • Apricot tarts: These fresh cakes are delicious with a fruity blond beer.blond bier food
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