Iron Hill Pumpkin Ale Cans Return 9/9

imageFrom Iron Hill:

Beginning on Friday, September 9, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant will re-release their wildly popular autumn classic Pumpkin Ale on draft and in cans. Available at all 12 locations through Monday, October 31, Pumpkin Ale is a reliable harbinger of fall, and pairs perfectly with Iron Hill’s crave-able Pumpkin-Sriracha Wings.


Pumpkin Ale is a medium-bodied copper ale; malt-y sweet, with balancing bitterness, it is spiced with traditional pumpkin pie spices and vanilla instead of finishing hops

· Pumpkin Ale will be available while supplies last in draft pints and growlers and 4-packs of 16-oz. cans

    • Cans will be available for take-out only ($16.75 for a 4-pack)
    • Growlers will be available for take-out only ($8.75 for 32-oz refill; $15.75 for 64-oz refill)
    • Pints will be available for dine-in only ($6.25 each)
  • Iron Hill’s Pumpkin-Sriracha Wings will also be available through Halloween; the wings are sweet and spicy, with a hint of pumpkin pie spice, served with blue cheese dressing and carrot and celery sticks
    • The restaurants will also offer a tempting to-go deal: 20 Pumpkin-Sriracha Wings, plus a 4-pack of Pumpkin Ale cans or a growler of Pumpkin Ale, for just $25
  • In addition, various Iron Hill locations will be hosting their own pumpkin-themed festivals throughout the fall months beginning on Saturday, September 10 with the famed Welcome, Great Pumpkin! event at Iron Hill Maple Shade, featuring eight different varieties of pumpkin beer on tap
    • Check the Iron Hill website and all social media channels for more information and updates

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