The Devil's Pumpkin - Lavery Brewing Company
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3.83/5 rDev +3.2%
Undated bottle at 50 degrees into standard pint glass
Aroma primarily of clove with some other spices in the background
Head average (3 cm), off-white, creamy with some froth, mostly lasting
Festoons of lacing
Body clear, medium orange
Flavor begins as moderately sweet and earthy, spices very subdued, no alcohol, no diacetyl, no hops
Ends with a sweet aftertaste, but not too sweet.
Palate is medium, creamy, and has soft carbonation
A very attractive beer, lacking any marvelous qualities. IMHO, very drinkable; the low spice load makes it less off-putting than many pumpkin ales.
02-10-2014 13:50:05 | More by Ozzylizard
3.61/5 rDev -2.7%
22oz bottle poured in to a glass, it has a burnt copper color body with no head to it. The aroma is of roasted pumpkin and some spices. The taste does not have a dominant flacor it is well balanced between the pumpkin and spices. It has a nice taste and mouthfeel is nice and overall a good pumpkin beer.
01-24-2014 03:15:06 | More by chefhatt
3.4/5 rDev -8.4%
Poured into a chalice (goblet) as suggested on the bottle.
The initial pour has absolutely no head. The brew is a deep, hazy burnt orange caramel color. This is a 750ml bottle, so I will let it warm a bit and rouse the sediment at the bottom a bit on my next pour. The second pour yielded a much dirtier brew, but again with virtually no head. The brew is now loaded with yeast sediment.
Smells of pumpkin, bread and caramel malts and spices.
Tastes predominantly of pumpkin and caramel malt with a dose of cinnamon, nutmeg and some clove.
Medium bodied brew, little carbonation.
The lack of any head on this brew made me wonder about the age of this one. Nevertheless, it was a pretty tasty pumpkin ale. Not overly spicy and highly sessionable.
12-07-2012 02:05:13 | More by ujsplace
The Devil's Pumpkin from Lavery Brewing Company
84 out of 100 based on 52 ratings.