Pumpkin Ale – a unique style of beer popular in the United States the Pumpkin Ale is a seasonal beer that can be produced by using pumpkin flesh combined with malt and/or other common beer grains in the mash bill, adding fermentable sugars to the wort.

Another common practice in the brewing of Pumpkin Ale’s is the addition of other spice flavors in order to evoke the flavor of a Pumpkin Pie. There are many variants of pumpkin ale such as pale ales, porters, stouts and wheat beers. The brewing of such ales with the use of pumpkin dates back to 1771 Colonial America

Below are the types of Pumpkin Ale’s we’ve tried and reviewed

The Pumpkin Ale’s

My first trip to small town Philipsburg, Montana

It was a beautiful, warm and sunny winter day, which made it perfect to go on a small road trip. My friend, his girlfriend and I, headed to Philipsburg around 10 a.m. Friday morning, including a fun plan of beer and candy. Philipsburg is a small town (population: 921) and in the county seat of…

12 Beers of Christmas Day 3: The Pumpkin Ale

Quarry Brewing’s Chuck Schnabel, has out done himself with the 12 Beers of Christmas project, specifically Day 3: The Pumpkin Ale. This pumpkin ale exceeded my expectations immediately with just a sniff of the taster glass. Chuck added, “Imagine pumpkin pie with a spoon full of whipped cream.” I would definitely would say this is…

The 2018 LA Beer Fest was a success 

This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend the 2018 LA Beer Festival, it was my first, and certainly won’t be my last. I finally was able to take a Saturday off work, and join the renown beer event in Downtown Los Angeles. The LA Beer Fest featured over 80 breweries and 200 beers for everyone to…