This Pumpkin Spice Latte Beer Is Your New Favorite Fall-Time Booze


By Cooking Panda

Autumn is upon us, which means that so, too, are the many different Pumpkin Spice consumables.

We have the controversial PSL from Starbucks; countless chocolate and cookie brands have revealed pumpkin spice truffles, or Milanos; Oreos had a go at it; Trader Joes even offers a special Pumpkin Spice cookie butter around this time of year.

So is it any wonder that the craft breweries have taken note?

Honestly, it was only a matter of time before something like this happened: say hello to Breckenridge Brewery’s on-trend offering, the pumpkin spice latte beer.

Per Tasting Table, the Colorado-based brewery’s nitro is made with “carefully roasted, cold-pressed coffee beans” from Cabin Coffee Company, and also makes use of real pumpkin, in addition to cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves to round out its flavor profile.

What’s unique about this brew is that it’s a nitro, which means that the bubbles in the beer are smaller, resulting in a less carbonated, and more smooth and creamy PSL texture.

You can use the brewery’s website to find out where the closest location is for you to pick up your own boozy-PSL treat.

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Source: Tasting Table / Photo credit: Breckenridge Brewery via Tasting Table

Tags: Beer, craft beer, nitro, psl, pumpkin spice
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