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Here is a link to the application for for registering beer brands As you can see on the form, there is a fee of $75 for each "beer brand". They define a "brand" as an individual beer style. No big deal if you are Miller/Coors/Bud, but a real hassle if you are a micro with a couple of dozen seasonal beers. Note that you also must list the "importing ...


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Along with Marty's reccommendation of Pumpking, Southern Tier also makes an Imperial Pumpkin Stout called Warlock. Best Pumpkin beers I've had so far ( Warlock > Pumpking imo ). I've also heard Griffin Claw makes a good one too: Screamin' Pumpkin


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My favorite is Pumpking from Southern Tier. They claim it is brewed with real pumpkin. Schlafly also makes a popular pumpkin beer with real pumpkin.


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I drank once Post Road Pumkin Ale from Brooklyn brewery that is brewed with, to quote them, Hundreds of pounds of pumpkins [...] blended into the mash of each batch: Post Road Pumpkin Ale


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At least some pumpkin ales are brewed with real pumpkin (for example polish Dyniamit brewed by PINTA). If you are interested in recepies you can look for them from the examples found at Brewtoad.


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Okocim Beer is part of the Carlsberg group. According to Carlsbergs site it looks like they are distributed in the USA by St. Killian. St. Killian has a beer finder page that lets you search for bars, resturants, or stores that sell particular products by zip code. When typing in the zip code for State College, Pennsylvania, I'm not sure where you are ...


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Here is what the PA Liquor Control Board has to say: PA LCB answer to legality of selling growlers In a nutshell, a growler is an open container, but it is up to the local police or state police to decide whether or not to enforce the law. My guess is that if the growler is full and out of your easy reach, you are probably OK unless you have given the cop ...


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If you are a fan of BIG beers. Let me suggest the mother of all pumpkin beers, Avery's pumpKYn. I try to land a few bottles every year. It is expensive, but it is not the type of beer one drinks several bottles of. Each year, the ABV sits around 15 to 16 percent. I like to say that this is the pumpkin beer that should end every other breweries' attempts ...


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Pump Up The Volume by Hi-Fi Brewing is the best pumpkin beer I've had, but you'll only get it poured in Redmond, if you're lucky enough to find it. "Pump Up the Volume A blast of pumpkin pie aroma introduces you to this full-bodied and fairly malty beer. We brew it with fresh Washington pumpkin and add cinnamon, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom, and ...


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Elysian Brewing in Seattle has a beer made with pumpkin festival every year. Their festival site has a great list of beers to try - http://www.elysianbrewing.com/great-pumpkin-beer-fest/ My favorites are the ones which taste nothing like pumpkin pie and Black Raven's Harbinger is the top of that list - http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/black-raven-harbinger-...


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I also live in PA and am equally baffled by the PALCB regulations. If I had a dime for every time an out of stater asked me where they could buy alcohol, I could buy a brewery. My guess would be the local beer you tried just hasn't gotten to registering in PA. As far as opinions and rules on what beers can and can't be sold in PA, I'd think there are no ...


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