Timmerman’s Pumpkin Lambicus

I came across this beer in researching my earlier review of 13 Pumpkins 2013. I was intrigued, but didn’t think it fit in against the other pumpkin beers. It turns out I was right. This is a lambic, which is Belgian fruit beer allowed to ferment with wild yeast. This one is flavored with pumpkin. It pours an orange-y copper with a large, soft white head. It has the aroma of pumpkin with a little spice. It has a light body and is very drinkable. It tastes a little of pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice with a little apple thrown in. There is a little sourness in the after taste. I liked it, but it is clearly different from other pumpkin beers. I give it three out of five proper pints.

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