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*Belching Beaver & Slightly Stoopid Sweet Honey*

Blonde Ale / Golden Ale

Alc.: 4.8%

Volume: 473mL

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Despite all the honey in the name, you’ll mostly find yourself sniffing out a lightly toasted grain malt that has a nutty tone to it. There’s a hint of floral hop riding in the background, but very faint.


The flavour comes on slow in this beer, and you’ll catch the nutty malt first and foremost. But if you let the flavour settle in, there’s honey and flowers waiting for you. The flavour is lightning fast, so let it rest on the tongue a bit. The body is fairly dry and finishes up with a slightly chalky feel. All that’s left behind is the nuttiness.


On the street? Get yourself a warm soft pretzel and you’ll be laughing. In the pub? Get into some BBQ chicken and citrus slaw.


Pours a light golden colour with a clear body and medium carbonation. A frothy head of bubbles rests on top of the pour.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
Honey Blonde Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 20
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Starting in 2013 with some whimsy and a commitment to great beer, Belching Beaver has maintained a goofy joy while also producing a ton of award winning craft beer. Over 90 different beers have come out of the split brewing setup in California. A few have made it on to the permanent slate, but many are experiments or limited releases. Belching Beaver embraces the experimentation, letting their imagination guide them to new ideas and variations on classic styles, and when the public gives a hearty cheer for a winner, they consider making it permanent. In this, they’ve found a way to be spontaneous and reliable. It’s also a formula that has allowed them to deliver beer to 12 different states and start making a name for themselves in Canada. The Slightly Stoopid Sweet Honey is a collaboration with San Diego’s Slightly Stoopid. A crisp, refreshing blonde ale with a backbone of fresh honey. Serves well at 8°C and can cellar for three months.

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