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December 13, 2009

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Kevin

Haven't had a chance to pick this one up yet but I'm curious if you tried their Pumking Imperial Ale and what you thought of it. I'm normally not a big pumpkin ale fan because they never live up to my expectations but this one was the exception to me.

Daryl,

I have not yet tried ST's Imperial Pumpking. I have heard good things from people whose opinions I trust so I will be trying it soon. I have also heard that it will age quite nicely. I have said this before, I think Southern Tier could arguably make the best beer in new York but they will never get the credit because they put it in 22 oz. bombers and charge $9-$12. I just don't think that many craft beer fans pick their beers while in a great beer shop with so many other choices.

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