It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by KingSchmaltzBagelHour » Sun Oct 19, 2014 8:57 pm

Herv100 wrote:
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Herv100 wrote:Its the new trendy thing like bacon was.
Lol at saying anything is gay after making that statement.
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by nafod » Mon Oct 20, 2014 1:10 pm

Herv100 wrote:I'm sick of pumpkin bullshit. Its the new trendy thing like bacon was. Surprised there hasn't been a pumpkin-bacon beer yet. Or maybe a pirate-ninja-bacon-pumpkin ale. Ghey.
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by Jay » Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:24 pm

southern tier pumpking ale is the best of them all, period

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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by nafod » Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:39 pm

This is a good site for arguing over...

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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by Jay » Tue Oct 21, 2014 3:34 pm

who the hell argues over beer? that is as gay as arguing over lifting

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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by The Crawdaddy » Sat Nov 01, 2014 1:07 pm

T>1200 wrote: Sam Adams harvest pumpkin is very good too. They also have a double pumpkin sometimes. Not sure I remember thinking it was good though.
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Was pretty good imo. Had a bottle in honor of Halloween. Not too spicy or sweet. Solid ale flavor.
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by Fuzzy Dunlop » Sat Nov 01, 2014 7:14 pm

pssssssh, way better than Pumking
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by The Crawdaddy » Sun Nov 02, 2014 12:55 am

dude .. wtf iis that and where can I get some?

Barleywine with the punkin AND barrel aged?
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by Fuzzy Dunlop » Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:08 am

Almanac Farm to Barrel. they have it at WF here in socal but no idea where to find elsewhere. The whole series is barrel aged. The others ive had were all awesome but sour. This one wasn't really sour but was really good for A pumpkin ale. Wife liked it and she loves Shipyard and Pumking.
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Re: It's [email protected]#$%-ing Pumpkin Season

Post by nafod » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:29 pm

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Fathead's "Spooky Tooth" sounds like what you descibed, but I'm not sure about nat'l distribution, I think they are from Xleveland.
Southern Tier's "Pumking" is my favorite, but it's more in the 8.5-9% range iirc.
They have the Spooky Tooth on tap at our local beer place, and it was excellent. Best I’ve had.

The other night, while driveway drinking with the neighbors, I pulled out a sampling of a bunch of pumpkin ales that we all tasted.

Brooklyn Post Road Oumpkin Ale tasted like an IPA with pumpkin as an afterthought.
Dogfish Punkin Ale is good stuff. Wee bit spicier this year
Pumpkin Roll Ale | Pennsylvania Brewing Company, was overly spiced with cinnamon and whatnot
Leinenkugel's Harvest Patch Shandy Was a lot better than I expected. Definitely pumpkin, yet light and guzzalable.
Blue Moon Pumpkin Ale is regression to the mean, good quality without blowing you away.

Now to head to the basement fridge...
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