Cerveza Artesanal BM, a Belgian-style Blonde Ale by Bodegas Mezquita

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Cerveza Artesanal BM is a Belgian-style Blond Ale brewed by Bodegas Mezquita, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a chalice from a bottle.


The ale pours a cloudy yellow gold and is topped by a generous stack of pillowy white foam that shows excellent retention. Gobs of lace cling to the sides of the glass.


Its aroma is light and spicy with a scent of coriander and grain.

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The tasting is bitter throughout with grassy and floral hops brightened by a lemon citrus. A light taste of malt ties the palate together.


Its body has is medium-light with moderately-high carbonation. The feel is dry throughout and finishes somewhat astringent.


Its appearance is superb. Its aroma is fine and its feel is spot on. And though its hop flavor runs a little high the Cerveza Artesanal BM represents the style nicely. Should you happen to dine at the Bodegas Mezquita restaurant, be sure to give this brew a try.

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