Knickerbocker Red - Blue Pants Brewery
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Ratings: 40 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by GPHarris:
2.38/5 rDev -30.8%
a - highly carbonated to the point where i was worried the beer was going to completely drain the bottle upon opening. settled down to a three-fingers thick, bubbly and billowy tan head into a snifter that left thick sheeting and lacing throughout do to the high carb no doubt. the body was a dark mahogany color.
s - very phenolic with some maltiness but not much hop aroma.
t - spicy and piney hops with a caramel backbone.
m - bubbly and lively do to the carbonation.
o - i was disappointed in this beer as BP has really improved since moving into their new space. i'll chalk it up to carbonation levels.
01-02-2013 16:24:36 | More by GPHarris
More User Reviews:
4.4/5 rDev +27.9%
Over all I would rate this as a great beer but it could use a little more head and a little more carbonation. The appearance is a cloudy reddish brown that looked more like a brown ale than a red ale. There was a nice balanced complexed flavor of toasted malt with a slight hops taste. This beer would complement any meal or be equally good by itself. I would order this beer again just for the sheer enjoyment of drinking it. A very good beer from a small start-up brewery in Northern Alabama.
09-29-2011 23:53:34 | More by gerite
3.41/5 rDev -0.9%
12 ounce bottle -> New Belgium globe
A - deep amber red with a towering overflowing head. Retention is awesome and lacing is among some of the most elaborate I have ever seen.
S - earthy, grass, bread, grainy
T - big caramel malt backbone with a bitter finish that is a bit unexpected. Otherwise this is a typical amber ale.
M - loaded with carbonation, bit of an aftertaste
O - pretty good, but there are better amber ales. In general I am a big Blue Pants fan so I would buy this again.
08-01-2014 03:16:42 | More by Mojo
Knickerbocker Red from Blue Pants Brewery
79 out of 100 based on 40 ratings.