Sunday, April 26, 2015

Lucette The Farmer's Daughter Review

Name: Lucette The Farmer's Daughter
Style: Blonde Ale
ABV: 4.8%

On a recent excursion to the Twin Cities, I decided to grab a few beers that I don't yet have immediate access to. One of those beers I'm starting off with is The Farmer's Daughter by Lucette Brewing Company, based out of Menominee, Wisconsin. It is described as a Blonde Ale brewed with spices. With the exception of limited releases, the beers all come in 16 oz Tallboy......sorry.....Tallgirl cans.

Appearance - Moderately hazy orange color with a very light amount of visible carbonation. The head is about one finger in width and there's not really much in terms of lacing.

Aroma - Orange peels and yeasts start things off in the nose. I'm also picking up on some light pale maltiness, some mild spice notes and even a touch of honey sweetness along with some light hoppiness as well.

Taste - Starts off with some orange peel and honey notes before it gives away to a mild hoppiness and yeastiness. The spices in here are also fairly subdued as well but it fits the overall flavor profile quite nicely.

Not only does it smell awesome but it also has some good flavors to back it up. If you're looking for a good sessionable beer that has some good taste, then this is definitely worth checking out if it's available in your area.

Lucette The Farmer's Daughter - 8.5/10

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