Saturday, 23 April 2016

Yorkshire Craft Beer Review: Blonde from The Junction

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This Blonde was a clear light gold. Kind of sweet and metallic. Honey, floral, cucumber, honeydew melon and freshly herbal.

As far as I can tell this beer comes from The Junction pub in Yorkshire but I can't find any info on their other brewing activities. At first I thought it was from Baildon Brewing Company but the branding doesn't really match and they don't have a Blonde. It may be that this beer is brewed for The Junction pub by another brewery. Perhaps Baildon. It does not seem to be related to The Junction Brew House in York either.

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