Dallas Blonde is a light and pale ale. The review from the great folks at Deep Ellum Brewing company, a craft brewery located in Dallas, Texas reads as such: "In a town famous for its bottled blondes, we’ve reset the bar. This shimmering, golden ale combines citrusy and floral American hops with Pale, Vienna and Wheat malts. It’s a beautifully balanced, sessionable brew. Guaranteed to deliver more fun—go blonde."
Both Bill and I were not enthused about this beer. It's watery and very light, almost to the point of a light beer. The beer is as the brewers describe in terms of it "being sessionable", sessionable meaning you can drink a lot of it at one sitting. The alcohol content is pretty low, with a ABV value of 5.2%, and a bitterness rating of 23. Both Bill and I give Dallas Blonde a "2 bottle cap" rating, meaning we'd drink it if offered, but likely not go out and buy this if we're looking for a beer. It would be probably a good beer on a hot day outside, either at a ball game or perhaps walking around the golf course watching a tournament. However, it's not our cup of tea at 2OGDB, so we'll leave it to others to make their determination Perhaps we're a bit harsh, so leave us a comment on what you think if you've had a Dallas Blonde or two (The beer guys, the beer...)
Dallas Blonde can be found in the stores around town that provide choices of craft beer. The brewery is located at 2323 St. Louis Street, Dallas, Texas 75226. Their address in Cyberspace is www.deepellumbrewing.com. Give them a try.