Upslope Pumpkin Ale Release

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  1. I just came across your brown ale in Old Chicago in Colorado Springs,CO. I always support local beer, this stuff is awesome!!!

  2. Blake Cantrell says:

    A little disappointed with the Pumpkin Ale, especially at that price point. Needs more distinct pumpkin flavor. Seems to be just a seasonally spiced brown ale rather than a true pumpkin beer. Unfortunately, I won’t buy it again unless it drops in price or exhibits more of a pumpkin flavor. Love your beers, but disappointed with this release.

  3. Blake doesn’t know what he’s talking about. I’ve tried multiple pumpkin beers this season, from saranac, shipyard, blue moon, elysian and upslope. The Upslope pumpkin ale has the most rich squash taste out of all of them, and for good reason – they use freshly harvested pumpkins. It’s especially great from the taps at the tap house in Boulder. This is the best pumpkin beer I’ve tasted this season, and I highly recommend getting some before it’s gone at the end of October!

  4. Unable to find the Pumpkin Ale. Have spent much time driving and calling over the last two weeks with no luck. Bad planning it seems on your part. Even a big article in the Post and then no product. Not good.

    • Hi, Patricia. We are very sorry that you have been unable to locate a four-pack of the Pumpkin Ale. This is a very limited production beer for us. It is available at most major retailers in Denver. I suggest that you call your local liquor stores and ask if they could hold a four-pack for you, or you could call the Tap Room in Boulder at 303-449-2911 and we could hold a four-pack or two for you here.

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  1. […] year, Upslope has thankfully canned Pumpkin Ale for the first time, and while it’s on the pricy side (around $15 for a 4-pack of 16-oz cans), […]

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