Holy cow this was a good beer! Had never heard of it until last night at J. Clydes in Birmingham, Alabama. Did a quick google for a possible recipe but came up empty. What I would like to know is how many of you homebrewers have tried this beer and does anyone have a possible recipe for this?
The following is a description that I found....
Brugse Zot Blond Ale (Fool of Bruges)
Belgian Pale Ale from Brouwerij Straffe Hendrik / De Halve Maan of Belgium
The only beer that is brewed and lagered in Brugge, the fierce medieval town in Flanders, the Venice of the North. This pale blond ale is crowned with a white head and blooms with a fruity aroma. The palate is lemony citrus and sweet-n-sour pears giving it a refreshing dryness, embellished with hints of spices and orange, and an underlying faint malty sweetness. Short, fruity finish, with sharp, crisp carbonation. Gold medal, 2006 World Beer Cup. 6% abv; 11.2 oz.
Brugse Zot is a goldenblond beer with a rich froth and a fruity flavouring. The beer is brewed with four different kinds of malt and two aromatic varieties of hop which give the beer its unique taste.
Any idea the kinds of malts and aromatice hops that could/would give this beer its unique aroma and flavor?