Boundary Bay Fielder's Choice

Brewed by Boundary Bay Brewery

Blonde Ale5.1% ABV35 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

Fielder’s Choice Bellingham Bells Golden Ale
Stats: 11.7°P OG | 35 IBU | 5.1% ABV
On tap now AND in CANS so you can enjoy on the couch or at the game.

Summer nights at the ballpark have been a tradition for Boundary Bay Brewery since the partnership with the Bellingham Bells Baseball Club began in 1999. Together, we aim to bring our strong, vibrant Bellingham community a lifetime of memories through affordable entertainment for the whole family.
Let’s Go Bells!!!

COMPOSITION
Malts: 2-Row Pale | Pilsner | Honey Malt
Hops: Lemondrop | EXP 04190 | Saaz
Yeast: Boundary Ale
Water: Lake Whatcom Watershed

CHARACTER
Aroma: Hint of Citrus | Delicate Floral
Flavor: Light Sweetness | Smooth
Mouthfeel: Light-Bodied | Dry | Easy-Drinking


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