Video Review – Spring Blonde from New Belgium

Since I was bringing Belgian beers “Up from the Cellar” I thought it fitting to do video reviews of two new New Belgium beers in tandem.  And first up is Spring Blonde, which the brewery describes as “Brewed with pale and Munich malts, this golden ale pours bright copper and holds a strong, white head aloft. A nose of lemon peel, pepper, and fresh baked bread entice a sipping. Spring Blonde drinks malty, sweet and wonderful. And the easy Nugget hopping pedals towards a dry, lightly bitter finish.”

But what do I think of it?  Watch on to find out….

2 Replies to “Video Review – Spring Blonde from New Belgium”

  1. Is there a reason you don’t put yourself in front of the camera? I like the format, but it’d be more interesting if we could see your facial expressions.

  2. Oh, there is a reason. I was (and still am) tired of the white guy reviewing a beer static video. So I have not once appeared on camera. I want the focus on the beer and the words only.

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