Today I kegged my Honey Fuggle Ale, after 11 days in the primary fermenter. This will definitely be a unique beer, in all of the best ways (I hope). The lightly fruity esters from the yeast and the sweet notes from the honey malt have melded in a way that’s not really common in an American blonde ale. I would bet it’s going to be on the edge of that style, but it’s a blonde ale in my mind still! What’s homebrewing without pushing boundaries?
Time and conditioning will tell how this shapes up. The final gravity was 1.012, down from 1.047, for 4.6% abv.