TheEpeeist (3709) - Media, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 5, 2011
32 oz growler fill from Pinocchio’s. Almost clear amber with a clingy, creamy white head. Nose is toffee, nutmeg and allspice; sour hints and musty pumpkin. Taste is brown sugar, roasted pumpkin and same spices. More savory than sweet. 5000 (6900) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - OCT 31, 2011
Bottle:   Amber with a copper hue, a bit of haze, thin sudsy white head, sparce lacing.   Interesting earthy nose, a bit of fern root and perhaps a smidgen of all-spice.   Not your traditional pumpkin.   The earthiness and soil just smack you up front, on the tongue and the nose.   Moderately sweet on the backside, soft spices that could possibly be like a pumpkin?   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Finishes with some artiificial sort of sweetener flavor.   Had I drank this blind, I may not have said it was a Pumpkin Ale, just a spiced type of beverage.   Different, more earthy, and spiced differently than most.   I will say its unique, but not one I would likely reach for again.   Thanks Jason for the bottle! Beerman6686 (6611) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 31, 2011
This poured a medium to lighter orange color with an offwhite head. Aroma was of pale and caramel malt, very light pumpkin spices too. Flavor was light pumpkin flesh and spices, not much presence, some caramel malt, and butery diacetyl. drfabulous (8831) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - OCT 27, 2011
12 ounce thanks to Ernesto987. First pumpkin beer in some time. Spicy. Nutmeg. Pumpkin. About what I expect from the style. yespr (48954) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - OCT 24, 2011
From tap at Sunset Grill. Pours hazy orange with a small white head. Aroma is nutmeg and cardemomme spiced, somewhat caramelish too. Spiced, dry, slight herbal and caramelish. Dry and spiced finish.
jgb9348 (6590) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - OCT 23, 2011
Nice slightly hazy bronze tinted copper and amber body with a thin, fast-dying off-white head. Aroma of spices, nutmeg, cinnamon, caramel, malt, toffee and a touch of clove and yeast - very nice and fragrant. Medium-bodied; Dense, heavy mouthful with a lot of spices and a good dose of pumpkin and squash. Some toffee and nuttiness on the back end with a definite show of spice and sweetness. Aftertaste is a bit one-dimensional with the squash and spice flavours (predominately nutmeg) coming through. Overall, a nice pumpkin beer and definitely one of the better ones I’ve had - still not amazing and worth drinking all fall long, but this is a good one and should be sampled if you can find it! I sampled this twelve ounce bottle purchased from the Lebanese Taverna Market in Arlington, Virginia on 02-October-2011 for US$1.99 sampled at home in Washington on 23-October-2011. smith4498 (3698) - Winter Springs, Florida, USA - OCT 20, 2011
Pours cloudy brownish orange color with off white head. Aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg and graham crackers. Tasted like pumpkin pie with some Robitussin mixed in. Medum body with moderate carbonation. Not one of the better pumpkin beers. Lubiere (14262) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 20, 2011
A golden amber ale with a thick creamy light mocha head. In aroma, a nice perfumey malt with light pot pourri, ginger and savoury herbs. In mouth, a nice herbal malt with earthy notes, ginger, cloves, all nice and well balanced, light mineral finale. On tap at Meadhall, Oct. 10 2011.
brentfeesh (1216) - Mansfield, Ohio, USA - OCT 15, 2011
Cute label. Deep copper Orange color. There is sweet malt, spicy hops and and light pumpkin spice in the aroma. Malty with spice like hops followed by just a bit of pumpkin spice. Spicy is the overall take away, and earthy. Medium mouthfeel and semidry finish. Not too bad. joebudzjoe (677) - Connecticut, USA - OCT 9, 2011
12 oz bottle. I usually shy away from pumpkin beers, but this was offered at a party so I couldn’t resist. First and foremost, this is a quality ale with a pleasant hop/malt mix that pours a clear, amber color. Its medium body is fortified with spice and pumpkin flavors, but nothing too overdone. This beer is a rarity among pumpkin beers; one that is possible to enjoy if you want more than one.