Blonde beer is the most common and popular type in the world. Its colour depends essentially on the use of pale malts during production, which are toasted and dried at low temperatures, without being roasted. This type is often associated with the classic lagers with a moderate alcohol content or with pils, which are obtained by low fermentation. Other styles, however, under the influence of craft brewers, are becoming more and more popular, offering high-fermenting expressions with a more or less intense golden colour, at times anything but simple and light. Blonde Ale, Bitter, IPA or Saison are just some of the many styles that contribute to the extraordinarily diverse beer scene.