Bow & Cord Blonde
This light and refreshing beer was designed to be easy to drink. The very lightly toasted flavors from the malts are rounded out by a slight honey sweetness and citrus zest.
The recorded 1773 three hundred and forty-five inhabitants of Plymouth, NH by Benjamin Goold, John Willoughby, and Samuel Dearborn, the selectmen for the year noted this description of the married couples. The phrase is a quote from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem The Song of Hiawatha. "And as "unto the bow the cord is" it will not be doubted that fifty-seven married women were the wives of the fifty-seven married men whose names are given in the table."
5.3 ABV — 60 IBU
Notable ingredients: Honey malt, Centennial hops
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