I know, it’s a bit late in the pumpkin beer season, but it has been cold and snowing here in North Carolina. The state has shut down (to 2-8 inches of snow) and a beer that can warm you is just want is wanted, which Weyerbacher has done wonderfully.
A rich caramel color body and a brief head when poured from a bottle, this beer lives up to it’s name. A sweet, pumpkin and spice nose lends itself to the taste of a well made pumpkin pie in a glass. Soft and smooth across the tongue, it finishes clean and leave a warm feeling in your chest.
This is what I would imagine my grandmother’s pumpkin pie would be if it was a drink instead of, well, a pie.by