fonefan (49369) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 22, 2010
Bottle 22fl.oz.yespr (45464) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - MAR 14, 2010
Light unclear medium yellow to orange color with a small to average, fizzy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted, spicy, light caramel, pumpkin, light cinnamon. Flavor is moderate sweet and light to moderate bitter with a average to long duration, spicy, pumpkin. Body is light medium, texture is watery to oily, carbonation is soft. 
22 fl oz bottle. Pours hazy dark orange with a small white head. Aroma is spiced, basil, oregano and thyme. Citric and ginger flavoured with a subdued presence of the other spices. Sweet, citric and slight milky finish. Ungstrup (37625) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - MAR 15, 2010
Bottled. A hazy golden beer with a thin off-white head. The aroma has notes of malt, cinnamon and pumpkin. The flavor is sweet with notes of cinnamon, pumkin, and malt, leading to a dry spicy finish. The body is light. joergen (28148) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 15, 2010
Bottle at Papsø.
Clear godlen coloured with a medium sized white head.
Sweet and fruity aroma of caramel and spices.
Sweet and fruity flavour of caramel, spices and hops.
Spicy and hoppy finish. Papsoe (25063) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 14, 2010
Bottle 65 cl. Courtesy of byaeger. Pours a hazy golden with a white head. Spicy aroma, a little cinnamon. Almost light in body, dryish fruit accents - the pumpkin really shows. A little spice but not overly and cloyingly sweet as most Pumpkin beers - thankfully. Hardly any bitterness. Quite pleasant actually. 140310
brokensail (16449) - Dublin, California, USA - SEP 12, 2011
A: The beer pours a hazy, light orange color with a finger of white head.
S: There is a bit of pumpkin to this, but that’s just about it. A fair amount of all spice notes, and a definite grassy note. It’s lacking in any real sweetness or malt, however.
T: A definite squash/vegetable character to it. So, the pumpkin character is good. It’s sort of lacking in terms of the spices and also the bread/malt notes. Strangely, it’s also a bit too bitter for a pumpkin beer.
M: Light to medium in body with a medium carbonation.
O: Really disappointing. I’ve heard this beer praised highly, but it didn’t live up to its billing. Dedollewaitor (16159) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 19, 2010
Bottle @ Copenhaniacs tasting, Pt. 1. Pours unclear deep yellow with a small creamy white head. Nose is sweet of alcohol and heavy spices like anis and rye-bread. One dimensional. Not sickening sweet like many of its siblings though. bhensonb (15202) - Woodland, California, USA - NOV 17, 2010
Bomber thankfully received from IrishBoy. Pours hazy dirty gold with a 3 finger foamy off-white head. The pie spice aroma is detectable a foot away! The nose is incredibly intense. Almost like spice and burnt squash. Maybe cooked squash. Near med body with foamy carb. The allspice is huge. I think I get cooked squash, but this is all about the spice. Brewed with a hint of allspice? I don’t think so. This is all about taking the spice to the extreme. Works well! Theis (15152) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 16, 2010
Bottle at Papsø’s - Thanks. Clear yellow - White head. Spicy, pumpkin, sweetness, toasted, berries, fruity, watery/thin body and finish. OK for a pumpkin ale. Ratman197 (14842) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - OCT 7, 2009
Bomber courtesy of Irish Boy poured a clear golden amber with a lasting white head. Aromas of pumpkin, allspice and light carmel. Palate was light bodied and crisp. Flavors of allspice, pumpkin and light carmel with a crisp spiced finish.