An Oktoberfest style lager beer brewed with German Munich malt, one hundred pounds of Butternut squash, and Bavarian Lager yeast. This New World lager pours a beautiful orange-amber autumn hue with a nice malt body and low bitterness.
The early days of the American colonization were much like the current craft beer revival: many beers were being made with strange ingredients. We chose to forgo any spice additives associated with contemporary pumpkin beers to remain closer to what early American colonists would have brewed. Taste the fusion of long standing brewing tradition with the forgotten foraged beers of our nation’s founders. Prost Squashtober!
From farms to fermenters, beer has been a strong representative of agriculture since the dawn of human civilization. While beer is chiefly made from malted barley, brewers are able to utilize any number of grains, fruits, vegetables, spices, or even meats! Cheers to the cornucopia of ingredients in beer!See how we make our beer