Dogbrick (13789) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 9, 2016
This beer pours a hazy copper-brown color with a medium light beige head that diminishes steadily to an outer ring. Small patches of lacing on the glass. Malt, pumpkin pie spice and caramel in the nose. Medium to full body with flavors of caramel malt, cinnamon, nutmeg and graham cracker. The finish is sweet with a pumpkin pie aftertaste. Above average overall. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - OCT 2, 2016
Bottle:   Orangish amber, thin to moderate frothy off-white head, spotty lacing.   Spicy nose, strong cinnamon and nutmeg.   Very spicy on the tongue, strong, with a touch of alcohol.   This is very much an Imperial Pumpkin Ale, but also pretty simple.   Given how big it is, warming, strong spices, I wished it had a bit more going for it.   Simple and good, but almost too much.   Needs something to compliment the strong spiciness.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Yup, strong spices through to the finish and beyond.   Thanks Mike! drpimento (3761) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 24, 2016
Very strong pumpkin pie aroma, but mild (thankfully) flavor. No sign of alcohol. Fairly easy drinking for a pumpkin brew. Itzjerm (3126) - Taft, Tennessee, USA - AUG 26, 2016
Aroma of fall flavors. Some pumpkin and nutmeg on tongue but doesn't overpower. Turns more beer and malt like in time. An average pumpkin imperial beer.
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From the bottle the color is Amber and cloudy, the aroma is spices, sweetness, pumpkin. The taste is nutmeg cinnamon and cloves, reminiscent of a dark unsweetened pumpkin pie. The balance of sweetened pumpkin to spice is good, stronger notes of spice to pumkin.
GarrettB (1658) - San Diego, California, USA - DEC 15, 2015
A little late on this brew, but call it extra aging for extra effect. Dry Dock’s heavy addition to the pumpkin game comes with all the spooky icons - Mr. Skel, Jack-O-Lanterns, ominous starry night, and a pirate flair. The beer is a semi^clear pumpkin range, with a head almost too shy to emerge. Perfumed, vegetable and herbaceous, all at once, Dry Dock’s vegetable beer is powerful on the nose. Lots of brown sugar, baked butternut squash, pumpkin flesh and a bit of caramel. The flavor is less assertive, with both a thinner palate, and a less assertive flavor. The alcohol, wisely, acts as support for the delivered flavors, most of them a slightly weak spice concoction: clove, brown sugar, all-spice, rock candy, and caramel. I was expecting something much beefier, but I actually appreciate the modesty of the flavor profile. Maybe that’s a result of letting this simmer for a year, but the balance it instills makes this an excellent pumpkin beer. A shame Iame to it late, but we still eat pumpkin pie around Christmas, right? kevinator (2725) - The Colony, Texas, USA - NOV 29, 2015
Aromas and Flavors of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and other spices. a copper colored tint with a small head. Medium weight and smoothness. snoworsummer (6076) - baltimore, Maryland, USA - NOV 21, 2015
Draft at the North brewery. Pours hazy copper with a fizzy beige head and decent lacing. Tastes like pumpkin pie, cloves, roasted pumpkin, dry spice, roasted malt, and a hint of orange. Light body and low carbonation. Smells like pumpkin pie cinnamon, roasted malt, and light booze. X (172) - California, USA - SEP 29, 2015
Bomber. Lots of spices in this one. I get the usual pumpkin pie line-up of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and cloves both in the nose and in the taste. The spices really were overpowering. Not really a fan of this sort. jkwalking05 (4745) - Arlington, Texas, USA - SEP 17, 2015
On tap at the brewery. Amber with a decent off-white head. Aroma is heavy in spices; cinnamon, nutmeg, all spice and clove with some pumpkin pie. Taste is of ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin.