Farmhouse Pumpkin - Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
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Reviews by rudzud:
4.25/5 rDev +4.7%
Received in a trade and poured in to my Duvel tulip.
A - Pours a nice crystal clear roasted pumpkin flesh orange hue with a one finger off white head that slowly faded to leave a thin, thin blanket. No real lacing to speak of but nice retention.
S - Mmmm...pumpkin. This is quite nice. Rich, roasted pumpkin on the aroma with some light brown sugar/molasses sweetness. Faint spice notes. Deep, deep inhales bring out some faint saison/farmhouse esters. No real funk, the pumpkin dominates that.
T - Taste is delicious, albeit slightly intermingled. Throughout, mixing with styles, is a booze flavour. There are some faint belgian/saison esters almost banana-y. Nice roasted pumpkin notes throughout the beer but falls a little flat when compared to the nose.
M - Mouthfeel is excellent really. Basically like all of these Hardwood brews. Almost sharply carbonated, light, drinkable. Sessionable at 8.5%.
O - Overall, another delicious brew from Hardwood. Aroma and mouthfeel are top notch. Glad I have another bottle of this. While not my favourite Hardywood it certainly was worth the trade.
12-28-2012 02:49:06 | More by rudzud
More User Reviews:
4.25/5 rDev +4.7%
Great balance between real pumpkin flavor and Belgian yeast character. The spice notes of nutmeg and cinnamon blend perfectly with the spicy Belgian yeast notes. Overall very drinkable and delicious, this is definitely one pumpkin ale that I would buy a whole six pack of.
09-29-2013 13:17:38 | More by dwren89
4.05/5 rDev -0.2%
A: pours a slightly hazy orange with a finger of off-white head that recedes into a thin ring with no lacing.
S: typical pumpkin spices up front followed by sweet vanilla and yam aromas. There are also some brown sugar aromas in there.
T: again the typical spices, but not overwhelming. Yam, vanilla, brown sugar, and biscuity flavors bring p the finish with a light alcohol burn.
M: medium body with lowish carbonation, this beer is fairly creamy and smooth.
O: a good pumpkin ale that doesn't overwhelm with spices. I wish there was a bit less alcohol burn and a creamier body.
11-13-2011 01:16:36 | More by n2185
Farmhouse Pumpkin from Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
90 out of 100 based on 98 ratings.