33 cl. bottle @ home, bought @ Burg Bieren, Ermelo. Dutch brewery #491.
Clear dark golden with a dense white head. Grainy malty spicy flowery aroma.
Sweet taste with a low bitter spicy finish. Not as crisp as most Kölsch but tasty nonetheless.
Bottle, bought at the brewery. Grassy aroma and flavor with hints of orange. Slightly hoppy, but no more than that. Thin, but not unpleasant. The balance is OK, but the beer is nothing special.
Draft at the brewpub, Amersfoort. Hazy golden with a white head. Aroma of grain, light citrus, yeast and malt. Flavour is moderate sweet and bitter. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Bottle at home. Clear golden with white head. Sweet malts, grains, nice crisp grassy and ground bitter, hint of spices, not too much, and something yoghurty. Light sweet and moderate bitter. Thin body, soft carbonation, slick and cool refreshing feel. Pretty enjoyable blonde! Not too sweet, not too much spices and crisp bitter character. --- Beer merged from original tick of Amersfoorts Blond on 09 Jan 2018 at 12:42 - Score: 6
Tap at the brewery. Hazy golden with big bright white head. Light yeast, lemon rind, basilicum and other aromatic herbs, touch of white honey and some soft grains. Medium sweet with soft bitter finish. Creamy mouthfeel.
Bottle [thanks to my colleague Michiel for bringing me this] @ home. Slightly unclear yellow-golden color, medium sized white head that diminishes quickly. Smell and taste moderately malts, slightly hay, lightly a hint of herbs, lightly bitter. Pretty straight forward, but no flaws. Average body and carbonation.
Tap @ De Drie Ringen. Hazy light golden colour, white head. Nose is light malted, yeasty, a bit grainy. Flavour is light malted, grassy, slightly caramel.