In honor of its most famous dish, Outback Steakhouse has teamed up with the Los Angeles-based Golden Road Brewing to create the new Bloomin’ Blonde ale. While the name references the chain's famous Bloomin' Onion appetizer, the new brew is specially designed to pair with Outback's famous steaks.
The new Bloomin’ Blonde ale was developed by Meg Gill, brewmaster and founder of Golden Road Brewing. Described at "the beer made for steak," the new brew boasts a subtle sweetness from honey malt and a mild fruit spiciness from hop aromatics. The beer also feature a dry finish that pairs perfectly with Outback's flavorful steaks.
With the new beer on tap, fans are invited to come taste the new pairing for themselves.
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Outback Steakhouse is Now Offering a Bloomin’ Blonde Ale
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