SunSpot Golden Ale is an American take on a traditional Blonde Ale that distinguishes itself by being infinitely drinkable. Brewed with light amounts of hops and American Pale Barley, Sunspot Gold has a deep, rich golden color and delicate hop character. Americans have a habit of taking products and improving them. We believe this is especially true with our Sunspot Gold. The Brewers say they were just looking for something to go great with pizza!
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- Style: Beer style is a term used to differentiate and categorize beers by various factors such as color, flavor, strength or ingredients. Golden or Blonde Ale
- Malt:Malt imparts flavor & body to beer. It is made from barley, a cereal similar to wheat. Two Row Barley, Wheat, Vienna, Munich
- Hops:Hops are the female flower clusters of a hop species, used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent for beer to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor. Columbus/ CTZ
- Yeast:Brewer's yeast is made from a one-celled fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae and is used to make beer. American Ale
- OG:The Original Gravity measured before the commencement of fermentation...The Plato degree is how it is measured. 12.8º Plato
- ABV:Alcohol by volume is a standard measure of how much alcohol is contained in an alcoholic beverage. 5% v/v
- Color:Standard Reference Method or SRM is a system modern brewers use to measure color intensity. 7º SRM
- IBU:IBU stands for International Bittering Unit - the scale used to measure hop bitterness in beer. 15
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