Boulder, Colo. — Upslope Brewing Company‘s Limited Release Pumpkin Ale once again marks the unofficial start of fall. Four-packs of the 16-ounce cans will return to shelves and taps in Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona and Texas the first week of October.
Every fall, Pumpkin Ale fans anxiously await the release of the 2011 Great American Beer Festival’s (GABF) gold medal winner in the Field and Pumpkin Beer category — this year is no different. The distinctive and flavorful ale retains its cult-like following while continuing to win over new supporters. Brewed with locally grown baby bear pumpkins from Munson Farms and a custom blend of six fall-flavored spices, the coppery/orange-colored 7.7% ABV brew truly is the ultimate farm-to-brewhouse collaboration.
“The annual party for this Limited Release fan favorite is a great way to welcome a new season,” said Upslope Head Brewer, Sam Scruby. “I’m excited to, once again, see so many familiar faces in our tap room enjoying this beer as much as we enjoy brewing it.”
Eager enthusiasts wishing to be the first to taste this year’s batch of the Pumpkin Ale are invited to attend Upslope’s Pumpkin Ale Release Party on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at their Flatiron Park tap room. The taps will be flowing with Pumpkin Ale as early as 11:00 a.m., however the official release takes place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Partygoers can look forward to live music from Alex Maryol and food by Heirloom food truck.
About Upslope Brewing Company
Boulder-based Upslope Brewing Company is the creator of premium, filtered ales and lagers that are artfully crafted using natural ingredients. Packaged in aluminum cans for exceptional portability, and because it’s best for the environment, Upslope complements the outdoor lifestyle and caters to the on-the-go beer enthusiast. The five flagship beers include: Pale Ale, India Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Craft Lager, and Imperial India Pale Ale. Additional installments are offered in a Limited Release Series. In an ongoing effort to protect Colorado watershed, and the key ingredient in Upslope ales and lagers, one percent of Upslope Craft Lager’s revenue benefits Colorado Trout Unlimited. Learn more about Upslope at www.upslopebrewing.com.