MrBeerUSA (40) - HorseShoe, North Carolina, USA - JUN 1, 2004
Wow I never knew that could drink pumkin pie, but I guess you can. I’m not sure how they did it but it really isn’t bad, just a little to sweet. Definitely a better strange-brew. RichJ7 (1175) - Cullman, Alabama, USA - MAY 27, 2004
Unfortunately a bit past its due date of Feb. 13, 2004, but good nonetheless. Pours a deep orangish amber in color with a minimal head. Aroma is predominantly pumpkin and harvest spices: nutmeg and maybe a touch of cloves. Taste is rich, lightly sweet with a faint hop bitterness in the finish. Smooth on the palate. A good seasonal brew. Lubiere (13911) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - APR 30, 2004
Amber coloured beer with a thick rsilient white head. Cardboard aroma (oxidation) with pumpkin spice coming nicely aftrwards, a bit cloying. Spices come out clearly in the attack in mouth with lingering, with a lot of sweetness and little bitterness. A bit too sweet for my taste but not bad. Medium bodied with a nicer balnce of spices and sweet. Falconseye8 (542) - Evans, Colorado, USA - APR 28, 2004
I agree with Doc Lock. This is a smooth drinkable beer. Nice flavoring, Hoppy, spicy and it tastes really good. Have had beers in s/h/v category I’ve hated. This is best I’ve had to date. DocLock (10683) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 16, 2004
This is the first pumpkin beer I ever tried. Nice pumpkin, spice, and malt aroma. Tastes of pumpkin, spice, nutmeg, and slight hops at the finish. A good pumpkin ale.
JonR888710 (999) - Cochabamba, BOLIVIA - APR 9, 2004
Smells clean, malt. Orange-amber body with a pretty champagne colored head. Lots of bubbles in glass and good lacing. Taste is good, sweet, pumpkin, cinnamon, clove, dry hop finish. Ends like club soda and a little malt. Ida7999 (105) - Milford, Massachusetts, USA - APR 8, 2004
(2003) clear amber/red color, thin head, malt dominated aroma, some pumpkin and spices, sweet and candyish, light hops; thin tasting, not much for texture, initially very light, but has a malt dominated flavor, sweet, some pumpkin and spices, but not overwhelming, toasty, light bitterness with some hops KCKajr (15) - Kansas City, Kansas, USA - MAR 30, 2004
Pours a medium white head with an amber body. No aroma to speak of.
This one almost ruined Halloween. It tastes exactly like a pumpkin would if you'd left it on your front porch from October to mid-July. CapFlu (5127) - Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 15, 2004
(Bottle) Pours a large, white, cloudy head and an orange body. Head hardly dissipates. Nose of good ol' pumpkin pie: pumpkin, cinnamon and clove. Yummy. Flavours are less complex than the aroma. Hardly sweet, somewhat acidic. Too bad! willblake (2654) - Bel Air, Maryland, USA - MAR 10, 2004
Bottle (1/04). A sort of glowing, orange/red amber that is very festive. Big, spicey smelling head that does not remind me of the pumpkin pie that I had envisioned. Mildly spiced, you really have to work to taste pumpkin, I mostly taste savory spices and sweet malts mixed with stale cardboard. The spices are predictable and uninspiring. I couldn't care less about this beer that I was rather interested to try. Too bad. BTW, who ripens pumpkin pie on the vine?