Bon Appetit, boys and ghouls! In keeping with our tradition of celebrating Halloween with a Pumpkin Ale episode, we present our Halloween Extravaganza. This year we are pair an odd assortment of October themed alcoholic drinks with an equally quirky array of Fall flavored foods. All while we pair an lesser known horror movie with an old favorite.
Some things on the menu include pumpkin whisky & soda, toasted marshmallow seltzer, pumpkin pasta, Halloween Peeps and Monster Mash cereal.
You may call it Octoberfest, but around here we call it Horrortoberfest.
Here’s a quick teaser for our unholy Thanksgiving Banquet coming later this week. We’ll be sampling many disgusting foods… but luckily we’ll be washing them down with some delicious pumpkin ales. Full episode will drop before Thanksgiving.
Let’s raise our glasses and propose a toast to our favorite holiday, Halloween! To celebrate, we have gathered an assortment of pumpkins ales to sample while tell some stories about the various horror conventions we’ve attend over the years.
So pull up a seat grab a glass and join us for some pumpkin ales and tall tales.
Looking for that perfect beverage to celebrate Halloween with? The Monster Men have got you covered with the 2017 edition of our annual pumpkin ale tasting show. We’ve got an amazing selection of beers including Roads Mary’s Other Baby from Two Roads, Pumple Drumkin, Saranac, Great Pumpkin Ale from the Cambridge Brewing Company and Splashing Pumpkin from Great South Bay Brewery.
You’re sure to find something for every fiend at the haunted house. So pull up a bar stool, belly up to the bar and tip a few back with us.
What beer pairs best with a horror movie? It’s the third annual Spooky Spirits episode of Monster Men, where we sample horror and Halloween themed beverages. (Beers, wines, whiskies, etc.)
This year we picked four very interesting assortment of pumpkin ales including Half Full Brewery Pumpkin Ale, Coney Island, Dogfish Head and Two Roads Brewery Roadsmary’s Baby. The good news is that all of these seasonal beers are delicious in their own way, but which one’s did we like best and why? You’ll find out.