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Bethlehem Brew Works – Fegley’s Devious Imperial Pumpkin (2013)

19 Oct

48th beer of 61: Bethlehem Brew Works Fegley’s Devious Imperial Pumpkin

AlexAA: deep bronze w/ no head retention & an enticing aroma of cloves, pumpkin, nutmeg and ginger. 10/10

AlexTM: light body but full blast wall of spices: all-spice, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla swirls on the backtest 9/10

AlexP: More obvious on the nose, but the sweetness they add counter the bitter effect of intense spicing and ginger edge. 4P

AlexO: All spices at once but doesn’t blow the load – it dissipates into bittersweet, boozy mouthful. Tastes like Fall. 91/100

NicAA: Bright headless amber with spice you can smell across a room. Cinnamon, clove, vanilla and allspice jostle. Yes! 10/10

NicTM: Rich, thick, big cinnamon and nutmeg upfront with boozy sweet pumpkin-vanilla finish. Medium to low fizz, warming. 8/10

NicP: A heavier pumpkinbeer in which the pumpkin is fairly shrouded by the spice and booziness. It’s not lost though. 3p

NicO: Reach for this to soothe aching muscles from snow shoveling, in that warm glow moment.Rich, life-affirming treat. 90/100

Fegleys Devious

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Posted by on October 19, 2013 in 2013 Reviews

 

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