Explore the Black Forest in celebration of Oktoberfest with Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales’ Bam Noire Dark Farmhouse Ale.
What’s on the menu?
Check out Bam Noire & JP’s other beers!
Chelsea’s Tasting Notes
- That’s sour! Not what I was expecting at all!
- We really like this and I wish we could have found more of Jolly Pumpkin’s beers!
- It’s surprisingly smooth.
- I am getting some of the stout flavors, like malty flavor.
- Doesn’t linger on your breath.
- Get it on your tongue, swallow and the flavor goes down with it.
- Makes me think of a malt flavor.
Erick’s Tasting Notes
- What am I tasting?
- Is there lemon in here?
- This is actually pretty good!
- Very fun. We should have gotten two bottles.
- I don’t taste any of the normal beer flavors
- Like a lemon beer in it’s sourness; not lemon-flavored.
- Very enjoyable. I would drink more of this.
Chelsea found fun background on the Jolly Pumpkin name origins and a little of the humor of its owner. She also took some time to discuss all of Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales’ offerings and proposed a trip to Michigan.
Would You Rather
Would you rather be part of the Los Espookys universe or the Diablero universe?
Erick took Chelsea and our listeners on a journey through the Black Forest of Germany and all of it supernatural residents. He followed with an account from a group of visiting hikers making correlations to one of it’s creatures named the Tall Man to a more modern pulp-culture creature known as the Slender Man.
Are you brave enough to wander through Germany’s Black Forest?
Close Your Tab
Thank you so much for joining us around the bar. We hope you’ll stay tuned for even more spooky sips very soon.
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