Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere

Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere

Two weekends ago we went into Boston to have dinner with our friends Adam and Elina. Elina cooked us a yummy vegan dinner (Thanks Elina!!). At the time I was in the beginning stages of my week-long misery. The abdominal pain was at a manageable level still and I was able to enjoy myself.

Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere

Adam was in possession of a bottle of Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere – a gift from Elina back at Christmas time. We agreed that the bottle shouldn’t have to wait any longer to be enjoyed, and we cracked it open.

The brew is a farmhouse ale, but frankly tastes nothing like any farmhouse ale I’ve ever had. Jolly Pumpkin has a reputation for producing sour beer, so it came as no surprise to me when we found Bam Biere to be significantly tart. It’s got a light, light mouth-feel (finishing almost watery) and a dry aftertaste.

It’s a delicious beer in its own right, although neither Adam or I would drink more than a couple of glasses of the stuff.

-Lost

Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.

2 thoughts on “Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere”

  1. Do you know if there is a difference between Bam Biere and Bam Noire? Your label is different from the one I just drank, and the name is different too. Mine was quite old though, Batch 340 when I drank a Calabaza Blanca that was 777 today, so perhaps that is the reason?

    1. Rob:

      I have no clue what the difference is. They are both saisons. When I commented on your review of Bam Noire I actually thought I had tried that beer, but I was confused with the Bam Biere.

      Noir is french for “black” or “dark”. The Bam Noire is probably a lot darker than the Biere.

      -Lost

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