Rogue Ales & Spirits has released its annual Pumpkin Patch Ale in a new 16-oz. can.
Pumpkin Patch Ale is made with real, whole pumpkins from a local farm in Independence, OR, the company says. The pumpkins were chopped and roasted by hand. The hand-roast caramelizes the natural sugars, which when combined with a balance of spices, creates the signature flavor of this fall-themed brew.
“This beer is typically released later in the season since we use real pumpkins, but fans have been requesting an earlier release and we listened,” says Jack Waibel, VP of production. “Instead of waiting until September when the pumpkins are ready to harvest, we purchased real pumpkins from a local farm in 2020 and froze them so we could brew Pumpkin Patch Ale a little earlier this year. This beer is the same world-class product that it has always been in a rad, new 16-oz. can.”
“Call me basic but I eagerly await all year for the release of Pumpkin Patch Ale,” Waibel adds. “This is one of my favorite beers that marks one of the best times of the year. Pumpkin Patch Ale pairs great with butternut squash soup, seared venison and shortbread cookies or you can enjoy this sweet and malty ale on its own while watching the leaves fall.”
Full ingredients include: Pumpkins, 2-row, Munich, Carafa II, Crystal Wheat, orange peel, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, vanilla, ginger, nutmeg, sterling hops, Pacman yeast and water.
Pumpkin Patch Ale is 6.1% ABV and 25 IBUs. It’s available August through October.
Use the Rogue Finder to find Pumpkin Patch Ale.