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    Pumpkin Beers 2015 - Wasatch, Almanac and We Choose This Year's Champion

    We hope you are ready for some more pumpkin, because this week brings part two of our world famous (famous in our world, and that's what really matters to us at About Beverages) pumpkin beer podcast.  Last weeks episode saw us make our way through the first four selections for this year, and this week we will complete our quest to crown the newest pumpkin beer winner and champion. This weeks podcast features the Black O' Lantern pumpkin stout from Wasatch and Almanac's Heirloom Pumpkin barleywine-style ale.  We will also have a re-cap of all six of the beers we tried and we will pick our favorite for this year. We were really happy with the variety of beers we brought to the table this year because we felt that they covered a very broad spectrum of flavor profiles. 

    We will reveal our favorite, but which pumpkin beer is your go-to at this time of the year? What should we try next year or try to get this year before it disappears? Please send us an e-mail, leave a comment, or hit us up on Twitter with your thoughts and suggestions. 


    If you have any ideas for future episodes of "Give It A Shot" or just have a question, you can always send us an email to AboutBeverages@q.com.

    You may click on the media player to listen directly on our website, right click the link below to download and listen to it later, or subscribe to us and never miss an episode. Enjoy!

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    Tasting Notes - Pumpkin Beers 2015 - Wasatch, Almanac and this year's champion


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