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Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by phooky, Jun 24, 2013.
I think my 'beetus just exploded.
a few years ago it was hard to find pumpking around here before it sold out but this year, there are still bottles from last year on the shelf in stores around here
What got dropped???
I believe it was the Mokah and Jahva, both of which I liked
correction....imperial pumpkin lager!
I have done black and tans with pumking and choklat on several occasions. sooooo good!
Oh my. I will have to try that sometime.
Pumpkin beer season is my favorite time of year, cannot wait!
Youngs Double Chocolate and DFH Punkin'. Save the money, go with this option, and thank me later
Big fan of southern Tier but an imperial pumpkin stout? I do love me some pumking though so I am sure ill give this beer a try.
I will be hitting you up when I have my hands on some. I need to get my N.M beer fix this fall!
Hope you need a florida beer fix too ;-)
That is what I need like NOW! Love me some CCB.
I love Southern Tier's Pumking and their Blackwater Series. Can't wait for this!
Oat was damn good too.
Don't ruin it for the kids!
sent you a message already!
My manhood is standing at attention.
I spoke with a distributor about it at a beer dinner. He said that it was a stout version of the Pumpking. Not sure exactly what that means, but I expect that it will be overly sweet. I am really hoping that they tone down the sweet and spiced notes for this one. Not holding my breath though. I know lots of people like the Pumpking, but it is one of my only drain pours....just too cloying for me.
Don't give odds with that bet.
Uh oh, hope he doesn't get in trouble for giving out too much proprietary info.
You guys can have all of it. I haven't been a big fan of the Blackwater series at all, if I want diabetes I will get it the old fashioned way (downing spaghetti covered in pixie stix).
Also the "Natural flavoring" thing sounds odd. I saw a can of "Pam" cooking spray that said "All Natural" on it once. You guys know where aerosol fat is produced naturally in the world? Neither do I.
All joking aside, I am sure this beer will do what it aims to do, but I'm going to pass. A sip at a fest or from a buddy's pint, but I can't see dropping money on this one.
I cannot wait for this!! I was wondering if ST was going to do a new fall seasonal, hell yeah!!
One of my favorites was mixing choklat stout and pumpking. If this is what this is.......holy sheeettt!!
Would be interesting to compare it to Saint Arnold Pumpkinator down here in Houston.
Hell yeah! There needs to be more pumpkin stouts in this world. Hopefully this isn't a fucking sweet mess though...
It's original gravity is only 19 degrees plato and it is 8.6% abv so that means the final gravity must be really low, like on the par with that of an IPA. On the contrary, Choklats final gravity is on par with the original gravity of a session beer lol.
sounds delicious ... ill def try and get a bottle
Natural flavoring can be anything:
The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations describes a "natural flavorant" as:
the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or any other edible portions of a plant, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose primary function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional.
That was point. Labeling anything as natural is nonsense.
I am not a fan of them calling two TOTALLY seperate beers the same thing. (See Southern Tier Warlock 2012 ~ Milk Stout)
saw a ton of cases of pumking in the stores today but didnt see any warlock yet
exactly what I'm going to do! Side by side tasting.
Anyone seen this one yet?
Word is that it's not supposed to hit shelves until September.. but we'll see..
Southern Tier Pumpkinator? This might save me a trip to Texas.
at least this is made with real pumpkin, I'll give it a try.