AZ WILDERNESS BABOQUIVARI BLONDE
Belgian Blonde Ales don’t have a terribly long and illustrious history as some of its counterparts from Belgium. However, Jonathan sipped one of his favorite sips of beer in his palate’s history when having Saxo, a beer from Brassiere Caracole in the province of Namur. This beer had a unique and sophisticated approach, with elegance that wouldn’t allow a bad plate of food near it. This was the impetus for this “BABO” Blonde. A soft sweetness from contiental pilsener malt and a slight touch of honey malt. Styrian Golding and Tettnanger hops set a firm, herbal hop balance. Finally our friends from McClendon Farms in Scottsdale provided 22lbs of some of the finest honey you’ll ever taste.