Breathitt County

Brewed by Bad Tom Smith Brewing

Blonde Ale5.5% ABV23 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

Deep in the heart of Eastern Kentucky, Bad Tom Smith was hanged for his villainous ways. To commemorate the county that put Bad Tom to justice, we made an an easy drinking blonde ale that has a nice summer sweetness taste with mild bitterness trimmed back slightly. Nottingham Ale hops create a floral aroma as you throw this one back. It may be our lightest offering, but this blonde boasts a sweet, full flavored body. Raise one to Breathitt County!

Flavor: Slightly malty and bready sweetness with a subtle, refreshingly crisp hop finish.
Clarity: Pours hazy and golden, with a creamy, white head.
Aroma: Floral, with a hint of crisp apples and a biscuity backbone.

Food Pairing: Pairs perfectly with sweet, hot, or spicy foods including many Asian dishes, chili, mango or jalapeƱo salsa

Hops: Columbus

Grains/Adjuncts: American 2 Row, American Crystal 40, American Crystal 10, American Carapils

Yeast: Nottingham Ale


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