I was drawn to this beer due to its promise to represent a female bootlegger from the 30s. It bills itself as a strong blonde beer. At 7% alcohol, it is stronger than your average brew at 5%, but is not in the realm of beer with a percentage of 8 and up. The flavour entails a slight bitterness, but is otherwise unremarkable. I was somewhat disappointed by its lack of character, but hey, it might be the ideal brew for your friend who likes a slightly strong beer with a bit of hoppiness and not much else to distinguish it besides its name.
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