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Pumpkin Pie Ale

We haven’t missed a trick in bringing you a real treat this Halloween.  

As sweet as pie and as dark as the spookiest Halloween night enjoy a pint or two of this great beer.

ABV

3.8%

Style

Pumpkin Ale

1.3 units per half pint

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Copper

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Fresh delicate spices

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Caramel, Brown sugar

Bitterness

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Sweetness

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Hops

Chinook, Goldings

Malt

Crystal, Cara & Rye

Allergens

Contains barley and wheat

Available in cask throughout October.

Our cask beers use isinglass finings, therefore, are not vegetarian. Good news though - our keg and bottled beers are all suitable for vegetarians!

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Some deliciousBeer and food pairings

The caramel, brown sugar sweetness in the beer naturally complement sweeter foods so this would very well as a dessert beer – try it with sticky toffee pudding. Pork is a surprisingly good match for pumpkin ales and the beers sweetness will contrast salt so look to some cheeses like Stilton for a really good match. 

There's a beer for that

Perfect with...

Pork tenderloin or some Stilton cheese


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Sweetly spicedTrick or Treat?

We haven’t missed a trick in bringing you a real treat this Halloween. As the full moon takes hold this Hallows Eve makes sure to warm your bones with this sweetly spiced copper ale. 

As sweet as pie and as dark as the spookiest Halloween night, Pumpkin Pie Ale is made with real pumpkin and has fresh spice aromas of nutmeg and allspice with a candied flavour of cinnamon, caramel and brown sugar on the palate.  

Pumpkin pie is so popular around Halloween as pumpkins are in season at this time of year and this hearty meal is a real winter warmer. 

Pumpkins were used as an alternative to turnips and beats for making lanterns due to their size, colour and availability. It is well known that people would carve scary faces into their pumpkins and leave them next to doorways to ward off evil spirits. A practice that  likely stemmed from the superstitions and strict religious practices of yesteryear.

So, spend the month of Halloween sipping this delicious beer before the ghosts and ghouls get hold of it!