Blonde vs Cream Ale
I'm starting my research for a light ale that I can serve my light-beer-drinking friends and relatives. I want something that resembles a lager (crisp, good attenuation, etc), but lagering is not an option for me at this time.
So, I've got the style down to either a blond ale or a cream ale. However, their descriptions are similar. Can someone explain what the main differences are?
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