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RATINGS: 239   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.12/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   IBU: 20   EST. CALORIES: 160   ABV: 5.35%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A golden amber ale with well balanced malts and hops and mildly spiced. Brewed with organic pumpkins grown by Local Vermont Farmers less than 15 miles away from our brewery.

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3.2
williamherbert (1544) - Syracuse, New York, USA - OCT 16, 2009
Aroma is pumpkin pie, cinnamon, nutmet. Bready barley malt. Appearance is clear carrot orange. Head drops quick. Nice color, not much body. Sparse lace. The flavor: pumpkininny! Bready and malty. Has more of that spicy cinnamon and ginger. Slightly bitter. The palate is creamy and chewy. A nice feel. A decent brew. Not clamoring for it, but itís a decent one-off.

2.9
michael-pollack (4959) - King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 16, 2009
12oz. Bottle: Aroma of pumpkin, spices, allspice, nutmeg, and light cinnamon. Poured orange/amber in color with a large, creamy, dense, off-white head that diminished but lasted throughout. Clear. Lightly sparkling. Excellent lacing. Flavor is slightly sweet and lightly spiced. Tastes of pumpkin, nutmeg, and spices. Medium body. Syrupy, lightly dry texture. Average carbonation. Nutmeg and slight pumpkin finish is lightly dry.

3.6
LyndaNova (532) - Manchester, New Hampshire, USA - OCT 14, 2009
Cold 12oz bottle: Pours a clear medium sunset orange with a small ivory head that quickly diminishes and leaves some lacing. Aroma is of pumpkin, banana and spice with some citrus notes. Taste is of light grains, pumpkin and citrus. Medium bodied and crisp, with good carbonation. Ending is lightly bitter with spice notes.

3
Volgon (2763) - Manchester, New Hampshire, USA - OCT 14, 2009
Bottle: Pours a clear orange with a thin white head, cinnamon and pumpkin in the aroma, starts and ends lightly bitter, medium bodied with an earthy ending.

3.2
garthicus (2926) - Dublin, IRELAND - OCT 11, 2009
Appearance: Golden Orange, no visible carbonation, small off white spiderweb head. Aroma: Pumpkin spice, cinnamon, malt, yeast, orange peel and bread. Aroma: Bitter orange peel, malt, spice, cinnamon, itís a strange balance between orange peel and malt. It works, but just barely.

3.2
halfonit (1356) - Fall River, Massachusetts, USA - OCT 7, 2009
Has a clear amber, golden color with a lot of carbonation. Aroma is of fresh pumpkins and pumpkin spices, with a little malts background. Taste is actually not bad. Has a pumpkin spice flavor. Nothing but pumpkin aftertaste. I must admit that I am pleasantly surprised with this one. Good job.

2.8
CUJO (383) - Brooklyn, New York, USA - OCT 6, 2009
RnH: Iím as green as they come (TWSS) however Iíve never been a fan of organic beer, this one being no different. The beer is very drinkable, however almost completely lacking flavor. There are some pumkpin notes on the finish, a tiny bit of spices and thatís it.

2.8
blutt59 (6563) - Dallas, Texas, USA - OCT 4, 2009
Bottle, clear orange color with slack foam. Aroma of pumpkin spice, flavor is vegetal with some pumpkin and a plain finish

3
JAF737300 (1291) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 30, 2009
Hazy reddish brown color and a light nose showing more spices than pumpkin. This flavor builds on the palate and you get more roasted pumpkin on the finish,

3.2
gpekar (496) - Florida, USA - SEP 29, 2009
Poured a clear copper with a tall foamy tan head. The head dropped to a film rather quickly, but left a light amount of lacing. There was a light spice aroma of cloves, pumpkin and nutmeg. The flavor was also mild with tastes of clove and pumpkin. There was a nice hop bitterness that developed on the finish. A nice beer.


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