awiseman01 (469) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - NOV 7, 2009
Bottle from Crown#6. Pours cloudy/crystal dark orange with rising bubbles and minimal white head. Nose is slight pumpkin spice and some spicy hops. Taste is relatively smooth, slightly carbonated, slight pumpkin flavor and a decent amount of hops. A little odd overall, not my favorite pumpkin brew. Ret12 (454) - Maryland, USA - MAR 11, 2013
Overall a very good pumpkin beer. Not overall spiced and not overall carbonated. One of the better ones I’ve had robgibbens (432) - Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA - OCT 19, 2010
aroma: ahh, there is a strong cinnamon aroma
appearance: bright orange amber with a thin head
taste: the spice element (nutmeg and cinnamon) is present in the taste and you can feel in on the tongue. this is a well-balanced brew.
palate: the brew is medium bodied and flows well. the aftertaste is spiced as well
overall: this is a great pumpkin beer. I consider it one of the best I have had to date. (by the way, this is awesome with a slice of pumpkin bread!) ScoWRee (423) - Perkiomen, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 18, 2009
Pours a merky golden color with a small tan head. Aroma of cinamon, nutmeg pumpkin. Taste of hops pumpkin and spice. Comercial description is accurate. beergodd1 (401) - Conneaut, Ohio, USA - SEP 24, 2011
Pours from a 22oz. bomber bottle a medium amber/orange color with a small head that quickly dissolved into a light lacing. The aroma is malty and slightly sweet, with hints of pumpkin pie spices and maybe just a hint of Alcohol. 1st sip brings a taste of pumpkin, malt, and spices. There is a strong bitterness on the finish from a combination of hops, alcohol & spice. The mouth feel is smooth and Medium Body. I notice some Pumpkin Ales choose to have the Pumpkin Taste as the Main Flavor, While others have it as the "Spice". I prefer the spice, and this one is somewhere in the middle. A Decent one, but not in the top 5.
Maltajo (330) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - OCT 29, 2009
1pt 6fl oz. Bottle Thanks to DChmela and his Super Sixpack Shipper. Nice frothy pour with a huge nose full of cinnamon and spice. Dark amber hazy appearence. Bold spice flavor with a coppery finish. Nice label but there are better pumpkins out there. Happy 100 Ratings! HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Steeeve (327) - Ambler, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 13, 2010
Cloudy deep orange pour that looks more like vegetable juice than beer. Thin but fluffy white head that fades quickly. A magnificent aroma erupts from the glass after the pour. Pumpkin, tons of cinnamon and ginger, and a little bit of nutmeg. Very sweet and pumpkin pie-ish. Flavor is more pumpkin and less sweet than it smells. Still, it packs a lot of brown sugar and cinnamon flavor. Medium body with perfect carbonation. Fantastic. Maybe not quite as good as Pumking, but damn close, and a perfect accompaniment to anyone’s Thanksgiving dinner or dessert. This year I’m thankful I saved a bottle of each one! Pipper (325) - Ohio, USA - SEP 28, 2009
Poured from bomber into glass. Pours a dark cloudy-ish orange. Small white head, no carbonation. Straight soapy aroma, strange. Pumpkiny flavor and alcohol present for sure. Pretty good but not great. redtechnj (315) - Williamstown, New Jersey, USA - OCT 26, 2011
Apperance- Hazy, dark amber color with a nice, fizzy off-white head.
Aroama- Allspice, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon
Flavor- Pumpkin, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Malt, light biitter & alcohol finish. evanlarkin (315) - Northfield, Minnesota, USA - FEB 24, 2012
I guess I’ll take 201 then. Had a few sips of Travlr’s glass. He’s right about the color for sure, and in fact I mostly agree with him. It’s spicy (nutmeg, cinnamon) and pumpkiny in both the smell and taste, but not as sweet as Pumpking, which is important for me.