You can now stay at home for the Route du Soleil. Because with Crooked Spider's Blonde d'été you automatically descend to the deep French south, where the summers are sunny and very hot. There, at the foot of the Pyrenees, hides the picturesque town of Aramits. A village that not only gave its name to one of the heroic three musketeers, but also to the equally sturdy Aramis hop.
Crooked Spider brew the Blonde d'été exclusively with these hops. They supplement her naturally delicate aromas with coriander and lemongrass. This creates the distinctly sultry mix of a fresh bouquet with a slightly peppery temperament. In other words: an ultimate summer beer.
Blonde d'été won first prize at Hillegom's midsummer beer festival in 2016.