Thomas Creek - Pumpkin Ale - Thomas Creek Brewery - ABV 7.3 %

Pretty big aroma of cinnamon , nutmeg , allspice and you can actually smell the pumpkin. This beer has a bigger vegetal pumpkin presence in the taste then most I've had, along with the usual suspects in cinnamon , nutmeg, allspice & clove. With all these big spices coming through I would have liked to see a bit more sweetness to balance things out , theres not much sweetness at all for this style and one of the spices I believe it's the clove is a bit heavy. I have to say it does stand out from other pumpkin ales so I give an A for originality.   Rating 7.3 out of 10 

SUMMARY : Big pumpkin taste , big spice profile, could have been a bit sweeter for the style.


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