Beer Review: Blue Moon Brewmaster’s Spring Sampler

I don’t think I’ve ever tasted a more unified sample pack than Blue Moon’s Brewmaster’s Spring Sampler. The 12 pack is split up into three beers Blue Moon, Pale Moon and Blue Moon Spring Blonde Wheat Ale and it really tasted like three variations on a theme, which is by no means a bad thing. I’m a huge fan of regular Blue Moon, it and Coors Light are my most-ordered beers when I’m out and about, so I’m always a fan of that one. I’m not generally a fan of pale ales, but Pale Moon offers a combination of that style of beer along with some Belgian flava which makes it, basically, a slightly more bitter version of the regular Blue Moon. It’s not revolutionary by any means, but if you’re looking for a slightly more bitter Belgian white or a much less bitter pale ale, then this is the beer for you. I don’t know if I’d buy this one out and about, but I would at least think about it. Again, it’s like regular Blue Moon but with a few other notes in it. It says it’s brewed with lemon and orange which is interesting, but I think at the end of the day, I’d just as soon has a regular BM. While I appreciate Blue Moon offering a few other flavors for different tastes, for my money it’s going to be hard to beat the original.

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