Beer Review: PRETTY THINGS ONCE UPON A TIME, NOVEMBER 15TH, 1901, KK

Beer Review: PRETTY THINGS ONCE UPON A TIME, NOVEMBER 15TH, 1901, KK

Pretty Things Beer and Ale Project – Once Upon a Time, November 15th, 1901, KK – 22 oz. Bottle Critique

Appearance:

The liquid storyteller opens with a pour, revealing a hue reminiscent of dark root beer, a captivating brown cloak complemented by a creamy tan head that lingers, promising a sensory journey.

Aroma:

The aromatic chronicle unfolds with notes of vanilla, herbal hops, and a whisper of caramel, setting the stage for an intriguing olfactory experience.

Taste:

In the pages of flavor, the narrative takes unexpected turns, introducing spicy hops, cola undertones, a bitter roast, and subtle hints of vanilla and savory herbs. A delicate nuance of butterscotch graces the palate, and the alcohol, a hidden protagonist, avoids stealing the limelight.

Mouthfeel:

The tactile expedition begins, marked by a creamy texture harmonizing with average carbonation, enhancing the overall drinking experience.

Overall:

This libation, a unique chapter in my tasting adventures, proved to be a source of enjoyment. Its distinctive character defies comparison, leaving me without a reference point in my beer repertoire. The craftsmanship echoes the past, intertwining history with the present, making this a commendable addition to the beer enthusiast’s library.