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Old 10-06-2013, 04:17 PM   #2461
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Have you tried Post Road's Pumpkin Ale? It's one of my favorites.
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Old 10-06-2013, 04:52 PM   #2462
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Tried Blue Moon's Pumpkin last night. By far the most pumpkiniest tasting I've tried. Almost like pumpkin pie. Too much for me. Also tried Blue Moon's Caramel Apple option. Too sweet for me as well... I really enjoyed Cisco's "Pumple Drumkin".
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Old 10-06-2013, 04:55 PM   #2463
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:19 PM   #2464
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Old 10-08-2013, 05:20 AM   #2465
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Sampled Dogfish Head Punkin Ale side by side vs. Southern Tier's Pumking.

It was Pumking by a landslide, just in case you're standing in front of the cooler trying to make a decision.
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Old 10-08-2013, 06:06 AM   #2466
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Ommegang Hennepin and BPA are great. Witte is also good. Still have to try their Three Philosophers though.

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That Ommegang is delish

Tis the season for some great beers though, can't wait

DH Punkin is my go to pumpkin ale, but I will need to try Southern Tiers...
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Old 10-10-2013, 03:35 PM   #2469
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My top 5 Beers on the list at the moment:

-Treasure Chest by Green Flash Brewery

-Red Trolley by Karl Strauss

-Scottish Export by St. Archer Brewing Co.

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-Jalapeno Double Stout by Green Flash brewery

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That Ommegang is delish

Tis the season for some great beers though, can't wait

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In my opinion, Pumking is the the king of all pumpkin ales, like the name states. It's so good! Better than Punkin.
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Never had a Pumpking before and damn, it's good. It's not as spicy as Punkin, more of a bready flavor if that makes any sense.
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Never had a Pumpking before and damn, it's good. It's not as spicy as Punkin, more of a bready flavor if that makes any sense.
It has a great aroma. You can smell it before it even touches your tongue. That's something Punkin doesn't have.
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-Jalapeno Double Stout by Green Flash brewery

-Habanero Sculpin by Ballast Point
How spicy are these beers? I've had chili beers where all you could taste was a hint if pepper. Then I had Noble Ale works dos pistolas with Serrano peppers and damn was it spicy and so good. I wish they bottled it.

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I've had habanero sculpin, and it is actually spicy. It will definitely surprise you. You do it for the experience. Beer itself was okay. Kind of hard to finish the whole thing without getting tired of it


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Tried Blue Moon's Pumpkin last night. By far the most pumpkiniest tasting I've tried. Almost like pumpkin pie. Too much for me. Also tried Blue Moon's Caramel Apple option. Too sweet for me as well... I really enjoyed Cisco's "Pumple Drumkin".
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