Everything’s coming up pumpkin this time of year, including things you wouldn’t normally think of as pumpkin-flavored. Like toothpaste. Pumpkin beers can either thrill or be cause for hesitation. This post is for those who are totally on board!  Growler USA only serves local beer in each of its two Colorado pubs, (Louisville or Centennial), and is featuring several pumpkin beers throughout October, while supplies last.  

Here’s what Growler USA is serving at Centennial:

o   Portland Cider Pumpkin Spice Cider – Portland Cider Company

o   Odyssey Fluffy Pumpkin Vanilla Porter – Odyssey Beerwerks

o   Barnett & Son Nevermore Pumpkin Ale – Barnett & Son Brewing Co.

Take flight! A pumpkin beer flight at Growler USA

Here’s what they serve at Louisville:

o   Pump Action Imperial Pumpkin Ale – 4 Noses Brewing Company

o   Roadsmary’s Baby – Two Roads Brewing Company

o   Hey! Pumpkin – Denver Beer Co.

o   Pumpkin Cider – Wild Cider

While they are certainly for your drinking pleasure, pumpkin beers can also be used in cooking. Many thanks to Growler USA for providing IGTD readers with recipes for the following. Just follow the link to get to them:

National Pumpkin Beer Day At-Home Recipes


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