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Welcome to our Featured Beer section. Here, you'll be able read about any of the beers we've featured in Alcoholmanac Magazine, plus a few web exclusive beers. You can browse the beers by category by selecting from the options above.

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Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Specialty

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale | Recommended by Michael Romans

 

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Southern Tier Brewing Company | Lakewood, New York

8.6% ABV


Recommended by Michael Romans, Romans’ Pub

“This is my favorite pumpkin beer. The deep copper color lets you know there's something special going on. As you bring the glass to your nose, aromas of pumpkin and pie spices emerge with hints of vanilla and roasted pecan. The first sip reveals cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, allspice and vanilla. The big sweet malt back ends with a warming alcohol finish.”


One of the most recognizable pumpkin beers around, Southern Tier’s Pumking has a gentle haze that sits atop its pale golden color beneath a thin white head. Canned pumpkin and hints of cooked white rice invite caramel cube and vanilla extract flavors, followed by nutmeg and cinnamon on the nose. Vanilla tannins hide behind graham cracker pie crust in this hefty beer. To top it off, it doesn’t come close to drinking like its alcohol percent might suggest.

 

 
Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Specialty

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale | Recommended by Michael Romans

 

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Southern Tier Brewing Company | Lakewood, New York

8.6% ABV


Recommended by Michael Romans, Romans’ Pub

“This is my favorite pumpkin beer. The deep copper color lets you know there's something special going on. As you bring the glass to your nose, aromas of pumpkin and pie spices emerge with hints of vanilla and roasted pecan. The first sip reveals cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, allspice and vanilla. The big sweet malt back ends with a warming alcohol finish.”


One of the most recognizable pumpkin beers around, Southern Tier’s Pumking has a gentle haze that sits atop its pale golden color beneath a thin white head. Canned pumpkin and hints of cooked white rice invite caramel cube and vanilla extract flavors, followed by nutmeg and cinnamon on the nose. Vanilla tannins hide behind graham cracker pie crust in this hefty beer. To top it off, it doesn’t come close to drinking like its alcohol percent might suggest.

 

 
Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Specialty

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale | Recommended by Michael Romans

 

Pumking Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Southern Tier Brewing Company | Lakewood, New York

8.6% ABV


Recommended by Michael Romans, Romans’ Pub

“This is my favorite pumpkin beer. The deep copper color lets you know there's something special going on. As you bring the glass to your nose, aromas of pumpkin and pie spices emerge with hints of vanilla and roasted pecan. The first sip reveals cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, allspice and vanilla. The big sweet malt back ends with a warming alcohol finish.”


One of the most recognizable pumpkin beers around, Southern Tier’s Pumking has a gentle haze that sits atop its pale golden color beneath a thin white head. Canned pumpkin and hints of cooked white rice invite caramel cube and vanilla extract flavors, followed by nutmeg and cinnamon on the nose. Vanilla tannins hide behind graham cracker pie crust in this hefty beer. To top it off, it doesn’t come close to drinking like its alcohol percent might suggest.

 
Blanche de Bruxelles PDF Print E-mail
Featured Beers - Belgian & French Ales

Blanche de Bruxelles | Recommended by Dave McGraw for Alcoholmanac Magazine

 

Blanche de Bruxelles

Brasserie Lefebvre | Quenast, Belgium

4.50% ABV


Recommended By Joan La Rosa
Written by Dave McGraw

This bottle- (or can-)conditioned wit pours a honey yellow, which invokes a sense of calm when staring into its cloudy depths. Fill your glass slowly to avoid chewing on sediment, but don’t be afraid to drink it, either; it adds to the flavor! Allow the creamy, near perfect head to settle and it rewards you with the subtle aroma of citrus and hints of caramel. This instantly drew me further into this beer, reminding me of summer and filling me with the radiant happiness of memories spent under the sun. While having a moderate mouthfeel, lemon and buttery notes slowly dissipate with a delicate sparkling carbonation. Fresh is an understatement. The golden boy logo is, well, err ... relieves himself *ahem* encouraging you to relieve your thirst with this sessionable, delicious bier of summer.

 
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