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The Great Pumpcan Brewed by Madtree Brewing in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Great Pumpcan Brewed by Madtree Brewing in Cincinnati, Ohio      

There are three things we have learned to never discuss with people here: religion, politics and The Great Pumpkin, But that doesn't mean we can't welcome our own Great PumpCan. So sing pumpkin carols and enjoy MadTree's way of delivering some delicious pumpkin pie flavor right to your gullet.

PumpCan is made with 2-Row, Caramel 60L, Victory, Extra Special, Melanoidin, Carapils malts and Fuggle hops. Spices include cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and  allspice plus a little molasses is added for a touch of Holiday sweetness. ABV: 7.9%. IBU:18 |

The Great Pumpcan Brewed by Madtree Brewing

Beer Review from Beer Advocate:
Poured from a can into a Bell's tulip. A fairly rough pour produces an impressive 2 fingers of off-white foam that slowly dissolves into a nice clumpy lacing. The beer itself is quite dark and murky with a russet-brown color that has some red highlights. Very nice-looking in the glass. The nose has all the classic pumpkin pie aromas. I get lots of cinnamon, pumpkin, and allspice as well as some toffee-like aromas.

A medium-full bodied beer with a semisweet flavor and very firm, silky feel. Not a sweet pumpkin beer, nor is it squashy. It balances the sweet brown-sugar-like notes with moderate cinnamon, pumpkin flavor, and a hint of ginger and maintains the toffee-like malt notes and even manages to display some hoppy notes. No booziness at all. Some of the cinnamon, toffee, and brown sugar comes through on the finish.

Of all the solid pumpkin beers I have had, this one tastes the most like a beer without sacrificing on all the classic pumpkin flavors. Not too sweet or too spicy. Very impressive entry in a crowded field.

The Great Pumpcan at Madtree Brewing


History of Madtree Brewing
In early 2013, a new craft brewery was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. MadTree Brewing is the creation of three friends who’d been homebrewing together for a few years and decided to go pro.

Kenny McNutt and Jeff Hunt brought an engineering mindset to the table that blended nicely with Brady Duncan’s business analyst skills. The three were able to build enough financing for a 15-barrel brew house, 100 barrels of fermentation space and the first craft cans in Ohio. 
Madtree Brewer Zach Wanner and Dow Scoggins from the U.S. Open Beer ChampionshipMadtree Brewing in Cincinnati, Ohio
Madtree Brewing Company
5164 Kennedy Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45213-2618
Phone: (513) 531-4677


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