The California based brewery already has a few different renditions of “Brettaville” in their lineup, including a Tangerine de Brettaville, and a Peach de Brettaville. Almanac Pumpkin Pie de Brettaville features roasted heirloom pumpkins and fall spices, aged in oak barrels.
We start by brewing a bright and aromatic farmhouse ale with a blend of twelve “brett” yeast strains. After a vigorous primary fermentation, the beer is racked into wine barrels to mature. In cask, the beer takes on the complex flavors of the oak, and the brettanomyces yeast creates an exotic melange of earthy funk and tropical fruit flavors.
Almanac Pumpkin Pie de Brettaville will be a 375 milliliter bottle offering.
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Terrapin Cranberry Pumpkinfest is coming to cans this fall. A spin on the brewery’s annual pumpkin release.
Pumpkinfest joined the Athens, Georgia based brewery’s lineup years ago, and found it’s way into cans in 2015. This coming edition uses cranberry juice, givng
Cranberry Pumpkinfest is brewed with traditional pumpkin pie spices and contains real cranberry juice for just the right amount of tartness. We add pumpkin to the mash for yet another layer of flavor for a beer that is reminiscent of the upcoming season.
Terrapin Cranberry Pumpkinfest will be a draft and 12 ounce can offering. The brewery has not yet announced this release.
Last year, Boulevard Brewing released a slightly tart pumpkin beer, Funky Pumpkin. (Imaginee a slightly tart pumpkin beer with spices, and you’re close). Building off of the success of that release will be a new Smokestack Series offering, Boulevard Funkier Pumpkin.
Boulevard Funkier Pumpkin is funkier indeed, as the brewery has allowed the wild yeast Brettanomyces more time to develop.
Never content with brewing “to style,” our brewers’ approach to Boulevard Funkier Pumpkin is far from your standard take on pumpkin spice beers (much like its sibling, Funky Pumpkin). Here theyve given bretranomyces additional the to develop, adding further complexity and character. Subtle pumpkin flavor is accented by traditional spicing in a beer that showcases the hallmark earthy notes of our house wild yeast strain.
Boulevard Funkier Pumpkin will available in September in 750 milliliter bottles. Funky Pumpkin is also on the release calendar again in 2016.
The first Smokestack Series release of 2016 is now shipping, Boulevard Chocolate Ale with Raspberry.
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Avery Pump[KY}n, Batch 2, returns to the brewery’s lineup on November 8, 2015.
Avery’s Barrel Aged Series is damn near legendary, featuring sours alongside bourbon imperial stouts. Avery PumKYn, a compliment to the the slightly boozier Avery Rumpkin, is a Kentucky bourbon barrel aged porter with a smattering of fall spices. The 2015 edition’s alcohol by volume is 15%.
What’s in a name? Sometimes the simplest can be the most descriptive, and in this case, derisive and divisive! After much internal debate (ad nauseum! Bourb[KY]n, anyone?), we decided a single letter change was the best way to embody the bourbon barrel-aging that adds layers of complexity to an already exquisitely spiced pumpkin porter.
Avery PumKYn will be available in 12oz bottles and draft at the brewery on the 8th, limited distribution found below.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins has made a 2015 return, across the brewery’s entire distribution footprint.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins uses Pennsylvania gourds grown just a few miles from the brewery. Take those and add a few pie spices and autumn is starting to take shape. In an interesting twist, the beer uses a French saison yeast, for a fun flavor profile.
Troegs Master of Pumpkins boasts flavors of vanilla, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, ginger, and honey. Available in 375 milliliter bottles.
Availability: 375ml Bottles
Arrival: October, 2015
7.5% ABV, 30 IBUs