S: Definitely unique. A mix of charred malt, spice, chocolate, and low amount of pumpkin. The aroma is unusually appealing to me.
T: First impression is of a real fleshy pumpkin, cinnamon, in a rather ordinary stout. Dry and not any sweetness. A kind of velvety mouth feel.
O: Not a huge fan of pumkins, but mainly because of the over spicing. This beer isn't over spiced and had the most natural pumpkin flavor I have ever had. It's an interesting mix, and is an easy drinker. I would have again.
Look: Dark, but a 1/4" of translucence so not as dark as the darkest stouts.
Aroma: Hint of spice, hint of pumpkin, no hint of dark malts.
Taste: Cinnamon, nutmeg, black patent? and pumpkin. The pumpkin is not strong and that's a good thing because to much pumpkin is a bad thing.
It's a fine beer, a solid "Ok". Not a fan of pumpkin beers, but if I had to had to have a pumpkin beer or make one, it would be a stout- this beer taught me that. All pumpkin beers are not bad, learned something.
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