Most Mexican beers are American style ales and 'Death Rides a Pale Horse' is no different. The Blonde Ale pours with a clean golden colour and a tight foamy head. A medium carbonation means that the head sticks around until for the length of the drink. There isn't much aroma from the glass other than a slight sweetness. The sweetness carries into the taste with a little malt flavour pulling through as well giving a clean rounded finish. I imagine that on a hot day, the Blonde Ale would go go down very easily.
As Mexican beers go, the Dia de Los Muertes 'Death Rides a Pale Horse' Blonde Ale is certainly drinkable and in my honest opinion, I actually preferred it to the usual Mexican suspects.
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