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Brewed By: Woodchuck Cidery

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5.57647

Number of Ratings: 425

Style: Cider

Brewed In: Vermont, United States

ABV: 6.9%

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Pumpkin Cider

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SweetBobbyJ profile pictureSweetBobbyJ - November 14, 2015
Kimi and William's house Gainesville, GA November 2015
mike hughs profile picturemike hughs - October 27, 2015
Aroma: Apple with a hint of pumpkin. Tart Apple taste on the palet. All natural flavors.
ccwops@yahoo.com profile pictureccwops@yahoo.com - October 21, 2015
They should'v called it sour pumpkin. Interesting and weird @ the same time, and @ 6.9% alc? Weird again. Not bad at first and second sip, but then it gets hard to finish 'cause it starts gettin' real sour. Hey you sour beer lovers will love it. I'm an IPA guy, but I love trying pumpkin brews, but I won't drink this one again.1-Star. (Popped a top)
Hop&AleLover profile pictureHop&AleLover - August 30, 2015
If your a fan of cider you'll like this. A faint taste of pumpkin with a cider background flavor.
teafreaky@yahoo.com profile pictureteafreaky@yahoo.com - August 15, 2015
I enjoy the spicy notes.
weddings43@yahoo.com profile pictureweddings43@yahoo.com - November 1, 2014
Again with the "pumkin". And again, no flavor.
doodlebug profile picturedoodlebug - October 27, 2014
Weird flavor. Can't think of what it is, but it's good at first but gets to be too much halfway thru.
L!nd$@y  profile pictureL!nd$@y - October 14, 2014
Too cinnamon-ee
Jermanic profile pictureJermanic - October 2, 2014
Very mild flavor, not very pumpkin like, and not very spicy. Tastes a lot like sweet tarts, or a less offensive version of red bull.
bersnobs profile picturebersnobs - May 8, 2014
Blah. Tastes like every other woodchuck beer I've had.
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