A Review of Kentucky Honey Brown Ale
This is a review of Alltech Lexington Brewing And Distilling's Kentucky Honey Barrel Brown Ale. This beer is an example of American strong ale. The food pairing with this beer would be stronger dishes such as grilled steak or burgers. Well let’s get in to the look, smell and feel of the Kentucky Honey Barrel Brown Ale.
The look of this beer is pretty dark with shades of deep shades of orange, red and brown as well as some brightness, this beer looks a bit like burned bronze. The head is white and very creamy and tight, with about a full finger of head with good retention and dropping some creamy lace on the glass. Overall the look of this beer was a 4 out of 5 stars.
The smell is a lavish sweetness with dense with caramel toffee plus some malt derived, its sweet upstart develops slowly and savory across the middle palate. I was picking up hints of chocolate in one taste and almond the next. With alternations varying from caramel, honey, vanilla and sweet bourbon. Overall this beer was a 3 out of 5 stars
The taste of this beer is overwhelming vanilla, wood and bourbon. It's was hard to pick out any honey or ginger. There is kind of an acrid finish that is not smooth at all. Very boozy beer on the mouth. Overall I feel that the taste of this beer was a 2 out of 5 stars
Overall this beer was an average beer for me. I thought it was a great looking package but was in a way let down due to the overwhelming alcohol feel. The look and nose of the beer was slightly above average, but the taste was a massive alcohol bomb. Overall I give this beer a 75 out of 100.
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