Tasted over winter break following a long day working at Binny's. I grabbed the last 6 pack on the shelf, and I'm sure glad I did.
Mouthfeel: Minimal carbonation, but enough to leave a tingle at the tip of the tongue. The beer is thicker bodied and tacky to the lips. The texture remains smooth and controlled for prolonged enjoyment.
Overall Impression: Certainly a dessert beer. Or whatever to the drinkers imagination. But I can still drink it pretty fast while enjoying it (devouring). I'm so glad I picked this beer up! The unique and simplified label was catchy. I know summit was doing some experimentation's and I had liked their pale and red ales so I decided to give it a shot. I picked this one up along with their rye, and I couldn't be happier. This beer relies on the balance between chocolate, pumpkin and minute spicing along with Golding hops to create a nice appreciable sweet beer. Spectacular job, Nate Siats!