Fall is in the air and if you are looking for a taste of the season, head over to the Southampton Publick House, which is once again serving its fall flavor: Pumpkin Ale.
The Southampton Publick House first started brewing it's pumpkin ale in 1997 and each fall, it re-releases the brew, which is blended by brewer Evan Addario, who has been with the Publick House for the past seven years.
The Pumpkin Ale is not only available by the glass at the Southampton Publick House, but also by the 6-back at local retailers, including Wadbaums, King Kullen and local beverage shops.
On average, a 6-pack runs about $10.
According to the Publick House, their pumpkin ale is made with real pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon and other “pumpkin pie” spices and carries an alcohol content of 5.5 percent.
The Publick House said it pairs well with turkey, other poultry, and of course, pumpkin pie.
And coming up at the Publick House: On October 4, Octoberfest Lager will be on tap, starting at 6:00 p.m. to kick off an Octoberfest celebration. Then, Thanksgiving week, the Publick House will release its Christmas Ale.
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