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RATINGS: 418   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.16/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   EST. CALORIES: 163   ABV: 5.42%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pumpkin Lager is brewed with pumpkins in the mash, spices added during the boil, and lightly hopped. The rich specialty grains and lager fermentation combine to produce the taste and the texture of pumpkin pie.

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2.8
baraciisch (3381) - California, USA - OCT 25, 2014
Aroma of light pumpkin spices, potpourri... Extremely thin mouthfeel, flavor of light malts, apple juice, cinnamon... Bland finish... Unexciting ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.3
tmoreau (4641) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - OCT 22, 2014
On tap at the 69th Annual Sister Bay, WI. Fall Fest, and dispensed to a fest mug that may have been orange, but seemed to display an orangey/gold color, with off white head froth, and some wavy lacing. The nose was light cookie, subtle pumpkin puree, and nice pie spicing, with a more pronounced cinnamon & clove scent. Light bodied, well carbonated, and hop bitterness that was on the low side. Decent enough fest faire.

3.9
EyeAmBaldman (461) - Illinois, USA - OCT 5, 2014
Pours a hazy orange with a thin off white head. Aroma is nutmeg and pumpkin pie. Taste is a tad bitter on the backend with a nice pumpkin flavor throughout. Has an aggressive carbonation in the mouth. Very nice.

4
KamGoPro (228) - Texas, USA - OCT 4, 2014
Strong pumpkin and nutmeg nose . Light is subtle leafy start with a middle of pumpkin finished with nutmeg

2.6
Diablokev (181) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - OCT 1, 2014
The aroma is of vegetable and cinnamon. The appearance is a cloudy amber with a thin head. The taste is of vegetable as well maybe a slight spice. Easy to drink, but overall not one of the best.

3.4
shoulderbroken (4256) - Tokyo, JAPAN - SEP 28, 2014
Bottle from Antenna America. Lots of pumpkin and spice, countered by the light body and carbonation. Not quite sure though. Feels like a bit of citrus hoppiness in there too. Interesting but not sure about it.

3.3
commonmac (1338) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 21, 2014
Bottle at Chatterbox while playing Battleship and Candyland. Aroma is big on the traditional pumpkin pie spices especially nutmeg and cloves. Pours mostly as a golden orange. Little head. Taste actually pulls back on the pumpkin flavors which is disappointing. Dry finish. Mouthfeel is quickly dissipating. Good, but better pumpkin options available.

3.6
KansaiBeerLvrs (5373) - Kyoto, JAPAN - SEP 17, 2014
Bottle from CBB. Brewing a Kabocha beer so figured I’d drink some pumpkin beer as well. Served in a lager glass. It pours a copper-orange color with minimal head but a nice pumpkin like color. Big coriander & clove aroma with possibly mild nutmeg. Decent flavor a bit nutty, pumpkin flesh and pretty balanced spices with cinnamon and allspice. Medium bodied with a bit of a chewy mouthfeel. Maybe it’s because I’ve been eating kabocha all day but I do get that pumpkin flesh flavor and solid squash nuttiness. I like it. It is much more subdued than your average US pumpkin beer though I think.

3
jdjuice (500) - Kumamoto, JAPAN - SEP 16, 2014
Pours pale straw white with a little haze. Aroma is pretty strong bananas, wheat. Flavor is pretty light, not much going on. Kinda boring, but not bad.

3.2
lhns03 (103) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 13, 2014
Pours a mostly clear orange golden with a fine off-white head that quickly disappears. I like the nose. Some pumpkin, good spices, nutmeg, some clove, hint of candied ginger. Taste is spiced with clean light pumpkin notes and a nice dry finish with some lingering nutmeg pumpkin spice. Palate is bright and med- body. A good intro pumpkin beer.


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