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What?!?! A pumpkin flavored brew that nails pumpkin? I've been consistently disappointed with other brewers' efforts to capture any kind of Octobery goodness and tempered my expectations when handed one of these over the weekend and it was glorious! Perfection in the seasonal flavor!
Authentic pumpkin flavor in a smooth amber colored ale. A very fine holiday brew! 4.5 out of 5.
Perfect amount of spice. Nutmeg. Cinnamon. Pumpkin. Smooth.
08/24/14 at Tanglewood Lane. 5.9% ABV. 18 IBU. Malts: Pale, Munich, Crystal. Hops: Magnum. Label printed batch number(I assume), but no date. 12 oz. bottle poured into a tulip. Poured a murky, bubbly, medium amber with glowing copper-orange highlights. A foamy, 1/2-finger, white head slowly settled to a spotty surface film and left dotted curtains of sticky froth with each sip. Nose of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar and clove. The taste falls a bit short with notes of coriander, nutmeg, clove and only muted pumpkin. Light to medium body, spritzy mouthfeel.
Nutmeg clove and cinnamon aroma. Beautiful red/orange appearance. Nice spice flavors, malt or hop flavor are absent. Somewhat thin mouth feel. Session pumpkin beer.
Strong pumpkin aroma and smell. Less spice than your typical pumpkin.
Lovely cinnamon flavor.
Too sweet for my liking
Spicy pumpkin pie start, notes of clove, cinnamon, nutmeg. Not at all bitter
Mighty orange red, hazy. Good head and decent lacing. Aroma, floral, bread, slight spice. Taste malt, slight sweet, general spices and seedy taste quality. Slight bitter to balance but no hop presence. Vegetal, squash flavor.
It's not as good as their imperial pumpkin ale, but still pretty flavorful.
one of the few good pumpkin brews out there.
I'm pretty sure I picked up a bottle from a prior year so my rating may be very unfair. No spice or malt characteristics whatsoever. Just overly sweet pumpkin meat and rind.
One of the best of the Pumpkin Ales. Don't miss it in 2012.
tastes very pumpkinish without being overspiced. nice lower alcohol content
Again, I am not a big pumpkin drinker but this was drinkable.
If you like pumpkin ales that taste like you're drinking gramma's thanksgiving pie, you'll dig this beer! It's brewed with over 7pounds of pumpkins per batch and conditioned with granny approved fall spices: clove, nutmeg, allspice, cinnamon and ginger.
Like a pumpkin pie shot... But 16 oz of it!
good pumpkin. light spice.
toasted pumpkin seeds come right through, giving this beer a depth and earthiness not found in a lot of pumpkins. good pumpkin spice, but subtle and simple. this beer is just sweet enough, just light enough, just thick enough, with a good heady flavor and easy drinking... perfect beer for early fall when it's just starting to cool down.