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Harpoon Winter Warmer - Boston, Massachusetts


Harpoon Winter Warmer Spiced Ale

Winter Warmer was Harpoon’s first seasonal beer. It was designed to be enjoyed during the holiday season. When you bring a glass of this dark copper ale to your lips to take your first sip you will notice the aroma of cinnamon. There is no aromatic hop added that might overpower the distinct spice scent. The medium body of this beer is formed from caramel and pale malts. These create enough body to support the spices without making the beer excessively rich. Bittering hops are added to counter the sweetness of the malt and spice. The finish of the beer is a blend of cinnamon and nutmeg. The combination of these two spices results in a balanced, pumpkin-pie flavor. 
  

Harpoon Winter Warmer

      
The overall character is a smooth, medium bodied ale spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg.

BEER SPECIFICATIONS
Style: Spiced Ale
History: Brewed since 1988
Orig. Gravity: 14.5 P
Color:Rich Chestnut (25 L)
ABV:5.9%
IBU’S:22

PAIRING SUGGESTIONS
savory hors d’oerves, duck,
apple pie, pumpkin pie

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Harpoon Brewing Company 

We started the Harpoon Brewery in 1986 because—like today—we loved beer and wanted more good choices. While traveling in Europe after college, we drank many wonderfully diverse, fresh, local beers. We also saw firsthand how important local breweries were to their communities. After our travels, we asked each other, "why not bring great beer and that sense of community to New England?" That was the genesis of the Harpoon Brewery.

Twenty years later we still revel in making great beer and sharing that joy with our friends and neighbors. The success that we have had running Harpoon is due entirely to the wonderful employees who brew, package, warehouse, sell, deliver, and market our beer and you, the people who drink Harpoon. We hope that our sense of gratitude is reflected in both the quality of the beer and the spirit of fun and enjoyment surrounding our beer and breweries.

 





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