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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

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Average Rating:
7.29647

Number of Ratings: 5751

Style: Pumpkin Ale

Brewed In: United States

ABV: 7%

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Tasting Notes

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Standad profile pictureStandad - January 30, 2015
Nice Pumpkin ale. Effervescent and clean tasting.
DD7566 profile pictureDD7566 - January 11, 2015
All Spice a bit overpowering.
Warhammer profile pictureWarhammer - December 9, 2014
A little too much spice for my taste but LIVE their Chunkin", which cuts this beer with half Chicory Stout...FANTASTIC!
Uncool profile pictureUncool - November 26, 2014
2014 version not its best. Little heavy on the brown sugar and low on the pumpkin. Still quite drinkable and among the most solid bets for pumpkin ales
nugget profile picturenugget - November 19, 2014
Less pumpkin more beer
daakness profile picturedaakness - November 18, 2014
Not bad pumkin beer smooth and drinkable typical dogfish quality
kollarjd profile picturekollarjd - November 16, 2014
Add brown sugar to rim
blackbear79 profile pictureblackbear79 - November 10, 2014
Smooth ale. Easy to drink and no odd aftertaste. Other pumpkin ales are almost harsh with spice but this ale is mellow. I'd have it again.
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - November 4, 2014
Clear orange in color with one finger of white head that quickly dissipates. Aromas of pumpkin and squash. A spiced brown ale it is medium in body with pumpkin flavor at first followed by dry all spice clove and cinnamon flavors. Has a dry yet malty finish maybe from the brown sugar. Overall a balanced tasty pumpkin beer.
ThornyJack77 profile pictureThornyJack77 - November 2, 2014
A great, yet powerful flavored pumpkin. Always a good choice.
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