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Summit Unchained #5 Details

The fifth beer in the Unchained Series will be from brewer Nate Siats and is indeed an Imperial Pumpkin Porter.  Nate is a big fan of pumpkins and wants to do this up right, starting with where the pumpkins come from.  The  small, local, organic farm that is providing the pumpkins just so happens to be owned by Charles Jones, one of the strong fellas who work on our keg line!  Nate’s desired flavor profile in his own words- A dark, chocolaty, full bodied beer with a slight bitter after taste. Evenly spiced with a hint of pumpkin, you would think you were sitting down for thanksgiving dessert.  Perfect for a cool, fall afternoon.

Style: Imperial Pumpkin Porter
Brewer: Nate Siats
Mash Additions:  Locally Raised Pumpkin
Kettle Additions:  Sweet China Cinnamon, Jamaican Allspice, Powdered Cassia Buds, Ground Nutmeg, Ginger Powder, Ground Mace, and Ground Ceylon Cloves
Color: Dark Chocolate
Malt: Pale, Cara Brown, Simpsons Chocolate, Midnight Wheat
Yeast: Scottish Ale
IBU: 40
OG: 17
ABV: 7.5 %

We are shooting for the week of October 25 for a release date.  Yes, later than most of the other pumpkin beers out there, but his won’t be the more common ale style that you usually see.  He envisions this as a great big holiday beer to share with friends and family.


  1. Trav says:

    Brewers are racing to use the new Midnight wheat it looks like. Snowstorm too.

  2. Kristen England says:

    Can’t wait for #6. I’m sure Damo won’t disappoint. Effing pumpkin…

  3. Kevin H says:

    Pumpkin beers are awesome, quit whining.

  4. Eric says:

    Looking forward to it, but go easy on the spices!

  5. Ben says:

    Kristen – Yeah, #6 is a good one.

  6. Corey says:

    Sounds interesting, can’t wait to try it!

  7. Kristen England says:

    Kevin H, Well I think showers are great and you don’t but you don’t here me telling you to take them more frequently do you, stinky? Wait, never mind, I do tell you that… 🙂

  8. al says:

    They left out the hops in the stats. It does have hops, right?

  9. Trav says:

    Only really crappy beers use hops.

  10. Carey says:

    Sorry about that! Fuggle, Northdown, and East Kent Goldings

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