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RATINGS: 8   MEAN: 2.74/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.75/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   ABV: -
This very special seasonal ale is only available on draft through Christmas time. Olde Towne Pumpkin Ale is a smooth, mellow brew, perfect for the fall of the year. This orange-tinted, amber ale delights the senses with the aroma of pumpkin and spices. Hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove give off a warm holiday glow.

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   AROMA 1/10   APPEARANCE 1/5   TASTE 1/10   PALATE 1/5   OVERALL 1/20
StoutOrDeath (121) - USA - APR 23, 2007
DEAR GOD! I had this at a restaurant my band ( for a shameless plug--this is where I had it, though) was playing one night. They were having a special event where only Olde Towne beers were being served. Had I not been drinking for free, I would have demanded my money back. I drank a pint of this crap, and couldn’t drink any more beer that night. Every Olde Towne beer I drank after that tasted like this. I would rather drink the beer in the bar towel of a pub that serves ANY other beer than this than EVER put this to my lips again. Avoid this liek the plague!!!!!!!&#

LeRoytheAlien (55) - Kennesaw, Georgia, USA - OCT 6, 2014
Orange color, white head. Subtle aroma, good carbonation, pumpkin and spice are well balanced. One of the better pumpkin beers I’ve had.

lithy (2996) - Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 1, 2010
Light yellow, white cover. Aroma is allspice, pumpkin, clove. Taste is light spicing, caramel, clove, light bodied.

BeerHawk (1811) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - FEB 24, 2009
Draft at the Nook. Pale in the glass with a creamy white head. Big pumpkin and nutmeg aroma with a backing of butter. The pumpkin is not nearly as big in the flavor, but there, with some dough and wheat. Light to medium body with some tingly carbonation and a wheat aftertaste.

kp (10880) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JAN 18, 2009

Date: November 09, 2008
Mode: Draft
Source: Indigo Joe’s, Huntsville
Appearance: hazy light orange, fine white head, lots of drippy lace
Aroma: sweet cinamon aroma
Flavor: light malt flavor, lots of spices and heavy on the cinamon, malt sweetness keep the spices under control, no hints of actual pumpkin
Overall: a pumpkin spiced golden ale
Aroma: 6/10; Appearance: 7/10; Flavor: 6/10; Palate: 6/10; Overall: 10/20
Rating: 2.9/5.0
Drinkability: 6/10
Score: *4

egore (4) - Madison, Alabama, USA - FEB 7, 2007 does not count
I’m not much on Pumpkin ales, but this one has good body and a nice balance of spices. Probably better than any Pumpkin Ale I’ve ever had.

RichJ7 (1175) - Cullman, Alabama, USA - OCT 25, 2006
I thought it was rather tasty. Had it on tap tonight at the House of Brews in Huntsville. Nice dark orange-amber in color with no head. Fairly strong aroma of pumpkin spice, nutmeg. Very flavorful ... malty with strong pumpkiny overtones and a nice, dark spiciness to it. Very enjoyable.

cmt (12) - USA - FEB 22, 2006
This is the first pumpkin ale I have had, but since it was a local brew, I ordered one, not knowing what to expect. Almost clear, with a very slight cloudiness. Orange in color. The aroma was definitely pumpkin pie spices and a little pumpkin, but the taste was definitely beer. Smooth and easy to drink, but definitely not an every day beer. I could smell the holidays though.

BeerandBlues2 (14464) - Escondido, California, USA - DEC 20, 2004
This beer is only available on tap in Huntsville at a few select places, or kegs from the brewer. Color is hazy orange with very little off-white head. The aroma is faintly sour malt with a pumkin nose, some fruitiness. The flavor is sour pumkin and malt, heavy yeast finish. Palate is mild and fizzy.

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