harrisoni (19553) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - DEC 15, 2012
Bottle thanks to Leighton. Clear amber colour thin beige head. Not overly spicy. Some ok malts. Fine. Scopey (16277) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 15, 2012
Bottle thanks to Leighton via BenH. It pours hazy amber with a thick off-white head. The nose is pumpkin, vegetal, baked pineapple, alcohol, light sweetness and earth. The taste has less pumpkin than the nose, nice bitterness, some alcohol warmth, wood, leaf, metal, spice and earth with a dry, somewhat spicy finish. Medium body and mod carb. Pretty solid all-round. fonefan (52396) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 30, 2013
jackl (8557) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - DEC 17, 2012
Bottle 500ml. @ [ (Easter "Flags of many nations" Tasting) by Chriso - London ].
Unclear medium orange colour with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, moderate to heavy hoppy, spruce, resin, fruity. Flavour is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, fruity, caramel, orange, hoppy. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Bottle sample. Cheers to Leighton for the pour! The pour’s medium brown with a tiny white head. The nose is rich allspice, some caramel, nutmeg and baked brown bread. The taste is deep, rich spices, nuts, light vegetable and brown bread. Cake icing. Light body, smooth. Overall, a pretty straightforward pumpkin ale. Not bad. BeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - DEC 21, 2012
[500ml bottle] Hazy orange amber, thin head that reduces to a lacing. Aroma of pumpkin, watermelon, light spices and yeast. The flavours are dominated by sweet pumpkin, with plenty of demarara sugar, before a cinnamon-heavy finish. Not really my thing and it could do with a little more, to be honest 
yespr (48931) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - NOV 10, 2012
From cask. Pours clear and golden orange with a smalloffwhite head. Aroma is toasted malt, sweet and caramelosh. Bitter, herbal and dry into a bitter and dry finish. AshtonMcCobb (7029) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 19, 2012
On tap @ Blue Blazer. Pours amber with a nicely proportioned head. The nose is unusually earthy with vegetal notes too, perhaps some sweat as well. The taste is more of the vegetables, perhaps root vegetables other than pumpkin. The palate is medium bodied and textured with a clean finish. Overall, this is the first time I’ve really tasted pumpkin in a pumpkin beer as it is usually buried amongst biscuity malt and spices such as cinnamon. A valent effort but it doesn’t give me as much pleasure as the other Cromarty or Tempest beers.