The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Brouwerij Kees' Blushing Blond

November 08, 2019

Brouwerij Kees - Blushing Blond

Brouwerij Kees - Blushing Blond

Very busy Monday at the packing table before putting some blogs in he website, but I had no idea what to go for in the beer department tonight. Then, off in the corner, I saw a psychedelic pink and purple can that promised peaches and fruits from a Dutch brewery if never heard of...so why not try it.

As I cracked open the can aboard the train in a fairly confident manner (for once), a burst of fruity and gosey like flavours popped out at me. The following taste packed one hell of a malty punch which nearly took my head off, then some really nice peachy and zesty sensations dropped in right at the end. It might be a tiny bit too malty for me, but I can't complain about how packed the beer is with every taste. Not quite as peachy as i thought it'd be, being more down the general fruity direction, however it's a light fresh drink that really gives some pop. Not my favourite type of beer in this example, but I'd love to try some more from this brewery as you can tell the quality.

Cheers everyone!

Han




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