Carved

Pumpkin Ale

Our growing season in the northland may be short, but it’s always sweet. From delicate berries to crisp apples lined up at the farmers  market; we’ve picked the best, the heartiest, and the most flavorful. But perhaps the most respected is the fruit that can withstand our chilly autumn nights, even without a down jacket. These giant orange field beasts survive long after their vines have withered and the leaves have changed. What better way to celebrate the season than brewing these autumn icons into a slightly sweet, malty ale with just the right amount of spice.

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FERMENTABLES : Pale, wheat, caramel 60, Carabrown

HOPS VARIETIES : Cluster