Prairie Artisan Ales
A Note on This Beer
If you are what you eat, I could carry Cinderella to the ball — because I’d be a giant pumpkin! Pumpkin Stouts, Pumpkin Pie Ales, pumpkin lattes, I love it all!
But, today’s beer is something new to love — a Pumpkin Sour!
And, it comes from Prairie Artisan Ales, who brewed one of the Top 12 Most Popular Beers on Tavour last year!
The Oklahoma crew crafted this tart Autumnal treat with warm pumpkin pie spice and gooey toasted marshmallows. Each sip starts refreshingly tart and crisp before easing into the rich, cinnamon-y flavor of a slice of whip-cream topped pumpkin pie.
Only, it’s better, because this pie was baked with a bold 8.2% ABV!
Locals are losing their gourds over this sweet-tart dessert!
- “Perfect sour pumpkin!” @Kammi C.
- “A sour pumpkin pie in the BEST way!” @Asia H.
- “Best pumpkin anything! Brilliant balance of sweet and pumpkin spice.” @Jasmine L.
If you’re passionate about pumpkin, Prairie is serving up a slice of pie with a tart twist like you’ve never tasted before!
One of Thrillist’s Best Breweries in the Country!
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You can definitely taste the pumpkin and cardamom. I wish I tasted more of the marshmallow and cinnamon. It’s not the best pumpkin beer I’ve had, but also not the worst. I would drink it again but I wouldn’t crave it.
always enjoy a solid Artisan Ale. this has very good blend between the pumpkin and marshmallow.
Creamy vanilla notes quickly give way to sweet pumpkin pie notes, with hints of nutmeg, cinnamon and graham cracker. A hint of vegetal pumpkin ale creeps in at the end, finishing sweet and bready.
Nice spice & pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, sweet with a slight tartness.
Not enough pumpkin or marshmallow flavor.
pumpkin tartness with a nice marshmallow kick
good taste and tart
Great pumpkin sour! Great flavor with just enough spice to work with a sour.
Good flavors and a nice twist on a pumpkin beer, wish it was a tad more sour