john44 (3456) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 20, 2017
Bottle. Amber Gold in colour. Spices (cinnamon & nutmeg) dominate. Sweet malt and light hops. Dry finish. Unpleasant vegetal bitterness in the aftertaste. Not for me. (2008)
sarauckelman (550) - Durham, Durham, ENGLAND - MAR 11, 2017
Clear orange with no head. Sharp spicy aroma of allspice and a hint of vegetation. Rich and malty with a vegetal undertone. Light bodied. Very mellow and well blended. uckelman (813) - Durham, ENGLAND - MAR 11, 2017
Pours clear amber, ring of head. Aroma is pie spices. Texture is sort of foamy/lively/creamy. Roasty flavors. The_Osprey (9670) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 19, 2017
December 2016 - Bottle share at One Canada Square. Thanks Fergus! As ’Post Road Pumpkin Ale’. Amber orange, translucent, foamy tan head, dotted lacing. Aroma is pumpkin spice, nutmeg, clove, ginger, toffee and fudge. A bit like one of those pumpkin lattes which are so popular nowadays. Body is smooth with soft carbonation. Taste is papery, nutmeg, woody peppery finish with some clove, quite dry. OK. (3.0) GarrettB (1690) - San Diego, California, USA - DEC 27, 2016
October 25th, 2014 - Under the heavy red light of the bar, this beer is more a candy apple red, but I suspect given the style it’s more orange in nature. But whether or not it’s one shade or another on the spectrum, the head is clearly visible, with a nice mottled, webby texture, and enough grip to cling to the glass well after a sip. The aroma is hard to get in the bar thanks to aroma pollutants, but the flavor is clear and clean. It’s mostly dry, more like a cracker, with a very faint pumpkin touch, playing in the background instead of shouting in the foreground.
SG111 (2140) - New York, USA - DEC 26, 2016
Best by 02/17. Pours pretty golden amber, clear, orange tinged white head. Aroma is lots of cinnamon, pumpkin spice, nutmeg. Very nicely pumpkin spiced. More than I expected. Flavor is sort of generic ale, cinnamon undertones, nutmeg, earthy, some pumpkin, but I’d call it mostly cinnamon and nutmeg. Kinda bitter finish for a pumpkin beer. Fine. It’s a pumpkin-spiced beer. Not particularly roasty or malty. Not too sweet. Not the best pumpkin beer I’ve ever had but I would drink it again. GregNC (118) - - DEC 17, 2016
Bottled (33 cl). Color : hazy dark orange ale with very thin white head. Nose : lightly cinnamon, toffee, cola. Aromas : honey, roasted malts. Medium body, low carbonation. Leighton (22773) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 12, 2016
Bottle shared in London - many thanks to Fergus. Pours clear copper-gold with a creamy, white head. Pleasant cinnamon in the nose, dried pumpkin, a little leafy hop, toasted bread. Light sweet flavour with nips of gingerbread, crackers, a little orange peel. Light bodied with average carbonation. Decent balance in the finish, with more autumnal spices, more dry pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg, ginger. Enjoyable pumpkin beer. mR_fr0g (13978) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - DEC 12, 2016
Bottle shared on Level 42 12/12/2016. From Beer hawk. A dark orange, clear pour with a fine off white head. Aroma is tangy Christmas spices, woody nutmeg, pumpkin seed. Flavour is composed of semi sweet nutty malts, roasted pumpkin, nutmeg. Nicely balanced spices. Palate is si sweet. Rounded, moderate carbonation. Decent shv. Scopey (16227) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 12, 2016
Bottle thanks to Fergy at level 42. It pours clear orange - amber with a medium beige head. The aroma is sweet, sickly, spicy, nutmeg, cinnamon, pumpkin and icing sugar. The taste is dry, sticky, sweet, earthy, autumnal spice, leaves, chewy, some alcohol and root veg with a drying finish. Medium body and average carabontion. Earthy, chewy and spice. Not great.