Public Coast ‘67 Blonde Ale

Public Coast Brewing Company
Cannon Beach, OR, United States of America

Vital Statistics

ABV: 5%
Bitterness: 19.1 IBU

From the brewer

Everyone’s got a favorite year. Maybe it’s the year you fell in love, or you finally beat your dad at croquet (that cheater). Maybe you mastered the didgeridoo or conquered your aversion to shell peas. For us, it’s 1967, the year that Oregon boldly decided our beaches must belong to everyone. We know - literally awesome. We just had to toast that populist spirit, so we created this delicious, freewheeling namesake. It’s an easy drinker, clean, crisp, and enjoyed by pretty much everyone. Just like our beaches.

Average Scores

Overall: 81 (logged 3 times)
Can: 79 (logged 2 times)
Draft: 83 (logged 1 time)

Who's been drinking this

Seems to bear out the earlier reviews, which is that in the can this is more assertive than on draft, though still very tasty. The sweetness kind of fades into a raw alcohol flavor by the bottom fo the can, but overall it hit the spot.
Can at Home
Slightly yeasty, clean, light hop notes and some sweet cereal. A really drinkable, refreshing blonde ale.
A well balanced blonde, lightly fruity with assertive Pilsner notes to counter. Uric and noticeably bitter. I liked it.