My first impression was that the flavor reminded me of a lemon drop. That was a good thing.
The grapefruit flavor is incredible and pleasant. This one is easy to down quickly, though I did take my time and savor it.
I haven’t had a strong dark beer in a while, and the vanilla flavoring mixed with the porter texture is an excellent experience.
Sticking with the theme. This one is lighter than the Thirsty Dog, though the spices still come through.
Initially light, the spicy pumpkin flavor comes at you as you swallow it down. Smooth and pleasant.
First of all, it’s named after me. Second, it looks as tart as it tastes. What a great mix of raspberry and blackberry flavors.
No added flavors. Just straight hops and bitterness. Really good stuff.
I don’t get into Halloween, fall, or the whole pumpkin spice craze…EXCEPT FOR THIS. This may be my favorite beer any time of the year.
Cleveland’s take on the classic German Pilsner. It’s hoppy and wheat flavored without too much bitterness. Easy and enjoyable to drink.
A nice amount of spice to add to the pumpkin flavor. It’s deceptively light at first before the space hits for a robust finish.