Pretty Things Beer and Ale Project
Formerly brewed at Buzzards Bay Brewing
7.8% Old Ale |
127 Ratings |
Special Release |
Once upon a time, on Friday, November 15th, 1901, an Edwardian brewer stepped into a London brewhouse and brewed a beer that confounds expectations many years later. An ale darker than most Porters that uses more hops than a modern IPA. Thanks once again to the talents of brewing historian, Ron Pattinson, we can reproduce this moment in time from the original brewday document. This ‘KK’ beer is brewed with several pale malts, brown malt, caramelized brewing sugars and two classic English hop varieties, Bramling Cross and Kent Goldings.
O.G. 1.075, 7.8% ABV.