Maker: Jolly Pumpkin, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Style: Oak-aged Pumpkin-spiced ale
Appearance: Burnt orange with a frothy head.
Nose: Bright, citrus, pumpkin.
On the palate: Medium-bodied. Fresh Pumpkin puree, some bitterness, light sweetness. Not over-spiced or over-oaked. Actually neither make much of an appearance at all.
Finish: Light, pumpkin-y and slightly sour. Fades quickly.
Parting Words: This is a pleasantly pumpkin-y ale. The cacao and other spices are so far submerged, they might as well be absent. Still, this isn’t a a bad thing. This is one pumpkin ale that actually tastes like a pumpkin actually tastes. Recommended.
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It’s the name of the beer.