Darwenus (1112) - Virginia, USA - AUG 30, 2016
A pumpkin spiced imperial stout with enough strong, rich, bitter malt to stand up to the pumpkin spice. Iím not wild about pumpkin beer, but this one is better than most of them. Warlock pours black with a creamy head. The aroma is rich and bready, and does have the typical pumpkin/cinnamon/nutmeg qualities of a pumpkin ale. The flavor is like washing down a slice of pumpkin pie with a dark chocolate latte. The finish adds some vanilla and some nuttiness. I cannot deny that I liked this. rustbucket0873 (460) - Greenville, South Carolina, USA - JUL 30, 2016
Pours dark brown almost black can still see through. Small head off than. The aroma is pumpkin spices, earthy, chocolate. The flavor is roasty chocolate pumpkin pie. Earthy at the end and suttle hops. Overall quite tasty its a flavor that last quite awhile alcohol hidden well. I would recommend and I.usally dont like any beer with pumpkin. maley1 (1235) - Calgary, CANADA - JUL 11, 2016
Dark brown pour with small beige head. Aroma of pumpkin, spices, coffee, chocolate, molasses and hops. Taste of chocolate, slight coffee, pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon, roasted malts, molasses and hops. Full bodied, creamy mouthfeel, medium carbonation, nicely balanced. Great beer! duganc (28) - , New Jersey, USA - MAY 14, 2016
I was taken back at first. Expecting more of an IS than an IS and Pumpkin mixed together. 3rd and 4th draw and Iím settling in with it. A bit astringent from the spices but finishes nicely. Head dissipates quickly to a rim lace. Traditional IS blackness and mouthfeel. Again the spice trims the heft. Clove and nutmeg are the players here. Am I glad Iím having it, yes. Would I buy it again, no. Would I refuse it if offered, no. jw0406 (1264) - atlanta, Georgia, USA - MAR 29, 2016
22 oz bottle pours a dark amber color with a small tan head. Aromas of molasses, pumpkin, roasted malt. Full bodied, complex, a very good beer.
Frothmeister (790) - Ontario, CANADA - MAR 14, 2016
650ml bottle. I have enjoy MANY of Southern Tierís brew in the past. I have disliked MANY spiced beers in the past, and so, I gave Southern Tier the benefit of the doubt. However, because of my indifference to almost all beers-spiced, this guy has been sitting in the cellar since Autumn of 2014. Pours a clear dark garnet colour with a thin tan head. On the nose, graham cracker, a strange off-putting smell of Corn Pops cereal, pumpkin pie filling, and a light cola-like smell. MUCH lighter in body than I was expecting, and medium sweet with ginger snap, a faint buttery note, light molasses, and dark coffee up front that leads into caramel, dark malts, a bready note, and some light bitterness in the finish. It reminds me an awful lot of Southern Tier Pumpking, which Iím just not a huge fan of. Every now and then Iíll stumble into a spiced beer I really enjoy, but this wasnít one of them. Itís palatable, but definitely not a return visit. hockey9930 (292) - - MAR 4, 2016
Very dark red with no head. Aroma of molasses, pumpkin, and pepper. Initial flavor is strange and hard to pin down; some pumpkin, phenols, cream, a little chocolate. Finish is spicy like Mexican hot chocolate. Heavy bodied. JK (6090) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - FEB 20, 2016
Black. Heavily spiced and lots of pumpkin. Kind of soft on the palate. It is sweet, squash and pumpkin flavors stick around. cgarvieuk (24157) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 16, 2016
UPDATED: FEB 17, 2016 Bottle in hotel room Orlando 2016... Dark black.. Thin tan lacing... Soft chocolate.. Over spiced .. Massive pumpkin nose... Dark sweet pumpkin... Dark chocolate roast.. Too sweet pumpkin...reminds me of Some puddings thing from my childhood that i really disliked... ads135 (4587) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - FEB 6, 2016
Donít try to drink this at the end of a session. Very powerful stout and pumpkin character, which may work well as a sample, but overwhelms with any volume. Tried with Ryan in Omaha, 2016.