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It was the best beer I ever tasted, so much so I had 2 glasses and never had a hangover the next day. It was a one time deal and I have never seen it since.
That is the benefit of quality ales, they don't have the sloppy buzz of a lager beer and almost rarely if ever have a noticeable hang over. In fact, I drank some good Traditional Brown with my step-pops and he was chasing it with whiskey, and he commented on the morning that it actually TOOK away his usual whiskey and beer hangover compared to the Budwater he usually drinks!
I'm very much tempted now to buy some blond beer. Is drinking it cold OK or do you suggest it to be just below room temperature.
Put it in the fridge, just not the freezer. Lager is cold brewed, so it tastes better ice cold. Ale is brewed at a relatively warmer temperature (around 10-15 degrees differential) and so its natural flavors and aromas are more pronounced at a warmer temperature. The "drink it warm" is a myth, cold is quite nice, just not too cold
I recommend some Belgian-style wheat ales which are technically blond by have the more robust diversity of malty sweetness to balance the strong yeast flavors. There are literally too many varieties of good brands to suggest any one over another, so pick up what ever is reasonably priced (i.e. what is on sale) that reads "Blonde" or "wheat" or "Belgian-style" because they are all essentially code words for a similar kind of ale. The difference between the three is so subtle as to not notice beer snobs aside
An all around good and commonly available Blonde ale is Leffe