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La Parcela - Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales

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Ratings: 710
Reviews: 264
rAvg: 3.86
pDev: 13.73%
Wants: 54
Gots: 86 | FT: 6
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Michigan, United States

Style | ABV
Pumpkin Ale |  6.00% ABV

Availability: Fall

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Beer added by: Kegatron on 11-04-2008

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Photo of Spider889
3.62/5  rDev -6.2%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Label claims this as the "No. 1 Pumpkin Ale." Hmm, we'll see, though the idea of JP producing its own Pumpkin Ale has hooked me since I first learned of it.

Bottle courtesy of iceicebaby. A month after opening this bottle I saw several at Lizardville in OH. Ohh well, nice to know it does sometimes make its way in my neck of the woods, I had never noticed it before.

Batch 436/437

pours a cloudy pumpkin orange with yellow squash highlights. The head is made of very fine short white bubbles. Lace is present in only the slightest of spotting.

Smells super bretty. The yeast is at first spicy, then lemon pith and dry funk come in, as well as some coriander. Interesting take on the style (though certainly not surprising coming from JP). All of that aside, the brett covers up most aromas. It is difficult to tell if there was any of the traditional pumpkin pie spices used. I think not; or not enough. Later on I started to get a bit of orange peel, clove, and even sweet potato.

The pumpkin is a tad dull in flavor, though gourd in general tends to be a bland and mild fruit. Clove, orange peel, and a hint of cinnamon are boldest behind the yeast. The label also mentions cacao, which while very subtle, does eventually come through on the finish.

The yeast, or beer in general, also shows some metallic/mineral-type qualities at times which I found to be out of place and distracting.

Very dry brett finish to the beer. The carbonation is appropriately prickly, but also detracting. After half a glass it became an itchy, deep burning in my throat, which seemed to simulate a beer of a higher abv. Not really any appreciable oak, sadly.

Overall this was an interesting beer, likely much better fresh. It was predictably Jolly Pumpkin, which is both refreshing and a bit of a bore. I would have preferred more of everything in this beer, and less (much less) brett.

Photo of liamt07
3.7/5  rDev -4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bottle shared by Ken, batch 614 - bottled August 18, 2010. 750ml into some tulips. Civic day tasting.

Poured a golden brown, with some brown/black floaties in there. Huge fluffy white head, and solid lacing - great looking minus the floaties. Nose is typical JP, sour lemon and wheat. Some moderate spicing (nutmeg perhaps), but no real pumpkin character to speak of. Taste has more sour lemon, and some less notable 'autumn' flavours, but again nothing distinctly pumpkin. Spicing comes through in the finish, no cacao like the label indicates. Light feel, high carbonation. Moderate but not distinct enjoy to be thoroughly enjoyable. More tart than the Panil Barrique (Italy Version) when tasted side by side.

Photo of GrumpyJunglist
4.2/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into a Duvel tulip.

Batch 617, bottled on 9-1-10.

A: A light hazy brow color, with a fluffy white head. Had about 2 fingers worth of head upon the pour, when down to about a half finger after a minute.

S: The aromas are a whole lot of funk, very similar to a saison. I pick up some of the pumpkin aspects, with hints of the spices.

T: Throws you for a bit of a loop here, from the first taste I thought it was a sour ale i opened by accident. Some nice tartiness here. Definitely don't pick up all this pumpkin they speak of. the bite of the spice is definitely there. Not sure if I ever detected the cacao. Kind of reminds me of a sour saison.

M: Nicely carbonated, with a beautiful bite of tart/sourness. As the taste fades, a small dose of spice aftertaste.

O: Where this kinda failed as a pure pumpkin/yam beer, it totally rocked as a sour aile to me. I would definitely pick this up again.

Photo of rtepiak
4.03/5  rDev +4.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

proves to be a bit richer and more balanced in the bottle. Malt character is more developed and there is more of a graduation in flavor in the feel as the mineral rich backbone sort of subsides and creates some awesome tone. Sour tart as expected with a floral perfume like sour... This is backed with a mild pumpkin, japanese yam quality. There is some nutmeg and autumn applo but its more refreshing then bread and overspicing. Very food particular. I would have it with teriyaki. More balance as in allows for spice to come through.

Photo of davey101
4.33/5  rDev +12.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Batch 617. Bottled on 9-01-10. 750ml capped bottle into a DFH signature glass. Purchased at a random liquor store in New Jersey. Haven't seen this one around New England anywhere, and certainly not one with almost a year on it.

A - Dark amber/orange cloudy body. Looks very much like a pumpkin. There is some soapy off-white foam that sticks around for a very long time. Crazy amount of lacing and retention. Layers are forming on the walls of the glass.

S - Extremely saison like. Citrus and yeast, with some bready malts. A bit of jolly pumpkin funk. This is all followed by a warming spiced squash presence. Its very faint and hidden though. Doesn't smell like a pumpkin ale, but it does smell amazing.

T - All the notes of a JP saison. Citrus, yeast, bready malts, and some light tart funk. The aftertaste is just amazing though. Light roasted squash, a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon, and the slightest nod of sweet cocoa. Its pretty phenomenal actually. The way it starts off so citrusy and fresh, and then this smooth aftertaste comes along that taste exactly like fall. The medium body is well carbonated.

O - This beer blew me away. Shattered my expectations. This is not so much a pumpkin ale, as it is a saison to enjoy during the colder months. It aged very well too. Perhaps the pumpkin and spice is more noticeable the fresher it gets? I hope so, and I plan on finding a bottle of this years batch to compare.

Photo of Sammy
3.68/5  rDev -4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

First a wild ale, with a tribute to nutmeg in the finish. Aged about half a year. Decent drinkablity if familiar with JP ales. A good sized creamy head on brown.Lacey. Smooth.
Ken's bomber.Where is the pumpkin? Spicey smell is muted, without a trace of the pumpkin.

Photo of sdmvd6
3.83/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

From a bottle dated 8-13-10.

A - Unfiltered and golden with a finger of head and moderate lacing.

S - Smells of tart pumpkin, caramel maltiness, cloves, cinnamon, brown sugar.

T - Tart fruitiness upfront (some sour apple) moving quickly to lightly spiced, tart pumpkin. Finishes tart and relatively dry.

M - Medium-bodied with moderate carbonation and a dry finish.

O - This is a very interesting beer to say the least, very different from most pumpkin ales. The heavy spice and high alcohol are traded for a more aged, tart flavor in the pumpkin. Definitely try if you get the chance!

Photo of jminsc76
4.21/5  rDev +9.1%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Into a tulip, pours a big, frothy head atop an orange body (cute). The head easily reemerges upon agitation and as I pour more in from the bottle; thick and pretty.

Aromas of brown sugar, pumpkin spice, and a wee bit of funky cheddar.

As usual, the sharp funk typical of JP, with plenty of pumpkin, spices, pumpkin spices, and some of that brown sugar found in the aroma. It takes some swishing to derive the full flavors but it’s good.

Mouthfeel is light yet substantial.

Overall, ranks among the top five JP brews I’ve had. Plenty of sweet and pumpkin ale flavors to classify as a pumpkin ale, with a smooth, balanced complexity between funk and pumpkin.

Photo of ebby82
3.26/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Pours a hazy light amber into a pint glass.

It smells really weird. I've never had a beer that smelled anything like this; funky, sour, with a slight hint of pumpkin spice in the foreground.

The taste is also a little strange. Certainly sour, it puckers the lips a bit. An aftertaste of pumpkin spices like nutmeg.

The mouthfeel is dry and tart.

Overall, a really strange beer that I'm glad I tried but I wouldn't buy again.

Photo of Falcon91Wolvrn03
3.59/5  rDev -7%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle from K&L Wines. Batch 611 bottled 8-18-10.

I was looking forward to trying a good pumpkin ale, and was hoping this would be it due to the price ($14.99).

Appearance: Poured into a Duvel tulip glass. Very cloudy with sediment. Dark orange brown color. Thick head, that stayed with the beer and laced the side of the glass to the end.

Smell: I didn't sense pumpkin or spice as I expected. A tart smell with a hint of citrus.

Taste: This immediately reminded me of a sour (or American wild) ale. I'm not a big fan of that style, so I was a little disappointed. I wouldn't have noticed the pumpkin if it wasn't on the bottle, and even so I struggled to taste it. Again, this seemed like more of a sour ale.

Mouthfeel: This is what I found best about the beer. A perfect medium body that felt nice on the tongue, and carbonation similar to what one would expect from a top rated wild ale.

Drinkability: If you like sour ales, you'll probably like this. However, to me it's not on par with some of the other top rated sours, such as those from Russian River. I wished it had more pumpkin, less sour.

Overall, I was a bit disappointed based on the price and the use of the word "pumpkin" in the name. However, if you're into sours, you might like this one.

Photo of armock
3.95/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bottle from Perry's Liquor in Livermore, CA

A - Poured a copper color with a big off white head that leaves lacing behind

S - The first thing to hit your nose is lacto tartness then the spices and light pumpkin

T - Follows the nose with lacto tartness upfront with the spices and mild pumpkin round things out

M - This beer has a thin watery body with high carbonation to it

O - This is a wonderful beer I love the tartness thats in Jolly Pumpkin beers for a pumpkin beer it would be nice if the pumpkin was stronger and the body was thickened up some but over all I really enjoyed this beer its worth picking up if you see it around

Photo of ArrogantB
4.2/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle from 08/2010 thanks to nishino. Dark chestnut color with a huge head, looks enticing. The first whiff off the bottle is funky. The aromas from the glass are spicy and a little Brett but no distinct pumpkin or cinnamon, smells good though. The mouthfeel was outstanding, felt like a cask beer, rich, creamy, smooth. The flavor had a bit of spice but was heavy on the JP funk. It was very, very slightly sour but didn't make me pucker. Overall I really enjoyed this.

Photo of alleykatking
3.46/5  rDev -10.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from caged and corked 750ml bottle. Thanks go out to VinnieVanGogh for kind of sharing this bottle (or should I say wife).

A- Pours a light hazed golden yellow with a darker orange burntness to it. Three finger white head shows excellent retention like most JP beers. Huge chunks of lace with sheety style lacing combine on the sides of the glass.

S- An interesting aroma for a pumpkin beer. There is a underlying barnyard funk on the underbody of the aroma. Tart apples and lemon peel are two of the bigger aromas throughout the entire aroma. Hints of light nutmeg and pumpkin show up in the ending after the beer warms up. The funk overall gives a nice wild ale quality to this beer.

T- This beer like the aroma is weird and not really a pumpkin ale. Barnyard funk right in the front mixes along with a little pale malt. Soured apples and lemon peel mixes in the middle of the beer along with a hint of funk. Pumpkin and light nutmeg spices really only come through in hints toward the ending. This is only when the beer warms though when the pumpkin and spices come through. Alcohol and one last funk upshoot comes in the tailend of the beer finishing this one up.

M- Medium mouthfeel. Carbonation is a little high for the beer I thought. Tons of funk with soured fruit are left on the palate. Aftertaste is mostly high alcohol, funk, and hints of pumpkin. Flavors were funk forward which I always expect from JP beers. No off flavors were present but the funk at times overtook the other flavors. High alcohol drying on the palate with each sip.

O- Jolly Pumpkin makes a good beer..almost always. This beer was good but there was almost no pumpkin quality to this. This of course doesn't say I didn't like it but I just wish there was a little more pumpkin to it. A nice beer in its own just not quite to the style I thought it should be.

Photo of warnerry
3.82/5  rDev -1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Batch 610 bottle 8/20/10; consumed 11/28/10

Pours a cloudy orange/brown with a massive amount of creamy head.

Smell starts out with pumpkin and some spices (cinnamon and nutmeg stand out). After that, smell is somewhat flowery with a bit of funk. An interesting take on a pumpkin ale.

Pumpkin is very subdued in the taste, but is still present. Tart, funky notes dominate the taste. Taste i much more floral than the smell. Spices appear on the aftertaste, but are pretty faint throughout.

Mouthfeel is light and very bright from the perhaps excessive carbonation.

Overall, this isn't something I'd seek out more than once. Interesting though.

Photo of olympuszymurgus
4.32/5  rDev +11.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The spoils of war, or more accurately, travels The same really, what with the hellishness that is modern travel.

An airlock at the ready to culture the bugs in this guy, it opens with a smallbore bang. a slow pour into a large snifter yields 4 oz of brew and 18 oz of fluffy white head. It relaxes into terraces of cream and valleys of copper. It smells like funky barns and old cider, sweet and tart with a curly hair of spice.

Taste is really good. Not sure what else to say but damn, this is good. Loads of that sexy funkyfuckfunk, primal and rich. It tastes like potting soil and lemon juice and love.

The carb is high, a seeming continual recurring eternal everlasting cronic issue with JP, but I forgive. Embrace the foam and get this inside you.

JP- A funk like none other, thanks.

Photo of codsmith
3.09/5  rDev -19.9%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Batch 611 (Bottled 8-18-10)

A: dark gold/red with a huge white fluffy head that laces the side and maintains a half finger head throughout the beer

S: Sweet and sour on the nose. The smells is very typical of the several Jolly Pumpkin beers that I have tried. However, there is some

T: There is an overwhelming sourness that really masks the majority of the flavor. It takes a good amount of the beer to get into it and start identifying the underlying flavor profile. There are slight subtleties of the spices, pumpkin and cocoa, but would be much better if it wasn't masked by the overwhelming sourness. It finishes very bland and dry

M: Very thin and with a good amount of carbonation that plays well with this style

O: If you like sour beers or other Jolly Pumpkin beers than this is for you, but not to my liking

Photo of ccrida
3.23/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Batch 604, Bottled 8-17-10. Poured into my large Gulden Draak tulip, La Parcela is dull burnt gold / pale orange, with a thick of white head, rust tinged, meringue like, long lasting, leaving chunks of foamy lace. Served very cold, in case it was a gusher, which it wasn't. Great label art.

Smell is sweet, pithy citrus. Maybe a hint of gourde as it warms.

Taste tart, some green apple, a bit of brett funk, pretty generic wild ale, not overly funky, but no distinguishing characteristics. Not getting any of the pumpkin, spices or cacao. Maybe the pumpkin, but I'm probably looking to hard...actually, the vegetable flesh seems to gain strength as it warms, but isn't particularly good.

Mouthfeel dry, medium light body, crisp, acidic.

Drinkability is ok, nothing special, an average wild ale, nothing really stands out from the other JPs with similar malt base. I won't bother buying again. If I want a wild ale, I want more funk and no gourde. If I want a pumpkin ale, I want a richer, maltier base, and distinct pumpkin flavors!

Photo of bluejacket74
3.95/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

750 ml bottle, batch 611, bottled 8/18/2010. Served in a pint glass, the brew pours a hazy orange/amber color with a 2 inch frothy off-white head theat stayed around a long time. There's also a decent amount of lacing. Well, I don't smell any pumpkin in this beer. It smells like tart apples, funk, lemon peel, and some nutmeg (which I don't notice until after the beer has been opened for a while). Taste is just like the aroma, it's mostly sour and funky until the beer has warmed up more and then the pumpkin spices are a little bit noticable. Mouthfeel/body is medium, and it has high but soft carbonation which helps makes this easy to drink. Overall I think it's a good beer, even though it's pricey at $12.99 a bottle. Maybe I should try this fresher next time, even though I liked it just fine with some age on it.

Photo of BuckeyeNation
3.09/5  rDev -19.9%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Batch 604. Bottled 8/17/10. Blazing jack-o-lantern orange with honey hued highlights and an expansive crown of alabaster colored cream. Despite the use of cacao, this is one the lightest versions of the style that you'll see. In time, fairly extensive sheets of shotgun-blasted lace appear on the glass.

The nose is pleasant... for an American wild ale. Olfactorily speaking, this brew really isn't even recognizable as a pumpkin ale, which is why the score is below average. The use of wild yeast in *everything* is one of the problems that I have with the way JPAA does business.

Seriously, what's the gourd damned point of La Parcela No. 1 Pumpkin Ale? If a brewery named Jolly Pumpkin is going to brew a pumpkin beer, shouldn't it taste like pumpkin? Or like pumpkin pie spices? It does a little (very very little), but the barnyard quality of their yeast dominates all and levels the flavor profile like a daisy cutter levels... well... a field of daisies.

It tastes like there's nothing darker than pale malt present, along with a fruity sourness, threads from a horse blanket, and extremely subtle spice. No cacao is appreciated at all. With a different name, a different label, and a different style designation (wild ale), this would be better than average beer. Maybe even good beer.

Even though the mouthfeel is nothing to write home about, there is nothing seriously wrong with it either. Given the ABV, it's big enough and holds on long enough. Capable carbonation too.

This was not an easy translation, but it seems as though La Parcela means The Patch. As in pumpkin patch, presumably. My view is that this seasonal brew needs a pretty massive patch of a different sort, since it's one flat tire of a pumpkin ale. Ease off the wild yeast already.

Photo of rfgetz
3.85/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Pours a slightly hazed copper color, moderate plume of off white bubbles, short lasting with little retention. Beneath the first sour, tart and funky scents lies a hint of vegtable, apple/grape scents and mild spicing. Taste breings a decent amount of pumpkin - very vegetal and dull, not sweet pumpkin pie - the tart and funk take over and the beer finnishes with touches of fruit and spice. Lighter side of medium bodied, nice carbonation (used to the bottle condioned versions having very high levels), dry. A nice take on the pumpkin beer which focuses on the natural flavor of the vegtable with that typical Jolly Pumpkin mild tart, sour and funkyness.

Photo of Jesse13713
3.93/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 5

Appearance - Pours a cloudy dull yellow and orange mixture. A huge head of 3-4 fingers is noticeable immediately.You can tell it is well carbonated by the vast amount of bubbles rising to the surface of the glass. Reminds me of a perfect witch's brew.

Smell - Slightly sour. Notes of maple and gourd are vaguely present. You can tell that there are a good blend of spices mixed in, as well as pumpkin of course.

Taste - An underpowering sour bite at first, then a powerful lemongrass taste. Very acidic. The pumpkin isn't noticeable in every sip, but becomes easier to taste towards the bottom of the bottle. I didn't taste the cocoa advertised on the bottle at all. This is advertised as being Jolly Pumpkin's only true pumpkin beer; but I was definitely underwhelmed with the presence of fall spices and pumpkin notes. I also taste a slight bit of ginger-root and flowers. It reminds me of a more sour and slightly spiced Dogfish head Namaste. A quaint bitter finish and not sweet at all.

Mouthfeel - Highly carbonated and remains bitter and sour as it rests in your mouth.

Drinkability - Despite being so well carbonated, it is very smooth and drinkable. Cannot taste ethanol at all. The spices are all blended together perfectly.

Verdict - While I was let down by the fact that this was supposed to Jolly Pumpkin's true pumpkin beer and it tasted very little like pumpkin; I was still impressed with balanced sour lemongrass and slight earthy gourd notes. I easily downed this bottle in no time at all and enjoyed every drop.

Photo of craytonic
3.2/5  rDev -17.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Appearance: Dark orange-amber pour. Very bright. Not much head or lacing.

SMell: Humm very little pumpkin, slme light brett and some sort of gourd or root.

Taste: Very light, some brett and spices, perhaps some caramel and toffee, and perhaps, if you try, some light pumpkin. Not sure why they didn't go all out. A little off. My friend who had tried this one before said it had much more pumpkin a few months ago.

Mouthfeel: Average, medium-body and carbonation.

Drinkability: Very ho-hum, didn't finish it and moved on. Certainly not Jolly Pumpkin's top offering

Photo of jefferz5000
3.8/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Big thanks to 321jeff for this great EXTRA, one of many.

Pours a clear light brown with a hint of amber. Massive, fluffy off-white head that sticks to the sides of the glass.

Interesting aroma. Some light pumpkin and spices, along with tart funk. Def some instant sourness in the aroma.

Taste is sour and funky with spices lingering in the background. Almost like a spoiled pumpkin pie or something. Definitely and interesting brew here. Not exactly what I expected, but not in a bad way. A little bitter on the finish, which doesn't mesh too well.

Zippy carbonation. Seems about right for the flavor profile.

Drinkability is moderate to good, as this definitely has some unique flavor combinations going on that may take some time to get used to.

Photo of berley31
3.84/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Poured with a large, white fluffy head that was very long lasting... never got below 1-2 fingers size. Body is a beautiful, dark orange color, with excellent clarity. Effervescent.

S: Interesting aroma... no real pumpkin spices coming through. Funky and sour, slightly acidic with a bit of citrus fruit.

T: Subtle pumpkin spices are detectable. Funky, barnyard flavors, acidic, slightly sour. Finishes dry and moderately bitter.

M: Medium-light bodied, with very high carbonation.

D: A very tasty beer, and an interesting take on a Pumpkin beer... which is what I would expect from a brewery like JP. Definitely worth seeking out.

Photo of billab914
3.91/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 750ml bottle into my Lost Abbey stemware. It poured a murky dark orange color with a pillowy white head filling the top inch of the glass. Lots of rising carbonation bubbles kept the head thick and full for a good while. Some thick and frothy lacing was left all over the glass as i drank it as well.

The aroma has a distinct sour grape, slightly musty flavor to it. Some tart apple or pear like flavors come out as well. It's pretty crisp overall as well. I don't really get any of the pumpkin or spice in it, but I anticipated that going in.

Up front in the taste I get more of the sour, fruity flavor to it. Midway it gets very dry with more fruity apple or pear like tartness to it. In the finish I get just a hint of of the pumpkin spice along with some more of the sour and tart flavors.

The mouthfeel is on the lighter side with carbonation being high. It feels very crisp and light overall. Drinkability is good, it had some nice flavors to it overall. Had I been expecting a typical pumpkin ale I'd be disappointed. Knowing that was more like an American Wild going in helped my appreciation of it. Pretty nice beer overall.

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La Parcela from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales
87 out of 100 based on 710 ratings.