Tessic (1153) - Brantford, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 7, 2010
This Pumpkin spice ale poured a deep orange colour with a nice tan foamy head. First swig was creamy with a full flavoured, creamy mouthfeel. Flavours include allspice, nutmeg, pumpkin and cinnamon. Finish is full of spice flavour. bobman006 (339) - New Jersey, USA - NOV 2, 2010
Bottle. Clear dark copper with white head. Aromas of pumpkin spice and caramel. Flavors of pumpkin spice, caramel, lemon zest. Watery and metallic toward finish. Between dry and sweet. Medium-thin body with watery mouthfeel and high carbonation. Refreshing and drinkable but nowhere near comparable enough to justify its price. drougkolya (276) - Otterburn Park, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 31, 2010
Bière saisonnière à la citrouille de 5% d’alcool, blonde cuivrée, mousseuse, belle arôme de citrouille, soupçon de houblon, parfaite pour l’Halloween! TheBeerGod (6224) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - OCT 31, 2010
Bottle - called St-Ambroise Pumpkin - The Great Pumpkin Ale. Dark orange-amber pour with a short, frothy white head. Spicy pumpkin pie aroma with sweet malt, light caramel and candy. Taste is big spices (clove, nutmeg and cinnamon, mainly), pumpkin pie, sweet malts, light caramel, and lighter candied notes. Medium bodied with a sharp bubbly effervescence. Finishes with more spicy pumpkin pie notes, candy, sweet malt and soft caramel. Pretty much the same throughout but done well enough to be tasty. mansquito (6438) - Nueva York, New York, USA - OCT 30, 2010
New Beer Distributors 11.5oz: Pours a clear darkish amber color with a short-lived beige head. Aroma is very spicy... lots of cinnamon and malts... maybe some other spices as well. Upon tasting, there is a hell of a lot more spice in this than your average pumpkin ale, and that’s a good thing. Mostly malts in the background, with a very slight hint of hops. Somewhat metallic aftertaste. One of the best non-imperial pumpkins I have ever had.
Sask89 (514) - Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA - OCT 27, 2010
UPDATED: JAN 1, 2011 Pours a deep amber / orange colour with a small tan head, fairly clear. Aroma is filled with spice and pumpkin, lots of malts and caramel. Taste is spicy and malty with some sweetness to it, very powerful pumpkin presence. Medium-full body, lively carbonation and thick / creamy on the palate. Very good beer, amazingly good pumpkin ale. Fevernova (222) - Willoughby, Ohio, USA - OCT 27, 2010
11.5 oz Bottle -- Pours dark copper with a thin white head. Good nose, with aromas of cinnamon candy, pumpkin, wheat, and mild malt. Balanced spice but the spice is more along the lines of a stick of big red or some red hots that pumpkin pie spice. heemer77 (5358) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - OCT 24, 2010
The body is medium copper with a light khaki head that quickly faded. The nose was rich with nutmeg and cinnamon. There was just a hint of pumpkin and caramel. The taste has some strong nutmeg with a little bit of the earthy pumpkin behind it. Then there is also a little bit of cinnamon spicy character in the finish. Warming and smooth, this is a well made beer from an overall solid brewer. RC8 (305) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 20, 2010
On tap at The Only Cafe. Not a fan of fruit/spiced beers for the most part, but I found this one to be great. The spices are well balanced and it still feels like you are having a proper beer. Bendrixian (1514) - Canadiana, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 16, 2010
its like eating pumpkin pie. nice nutmeg and cinnamon profile. it is more of the same on the palate. i must say it is not my style whatsover, actually, i can’t drink a whole glass of this but it is better than some of the local produced stuff, IMOA.