A 12-ounce can of Roadsmary's Baby pumpkin ale beer is displayed in the foreground of a 6-pack of cans box, brewed by Two Roads Brewing Company

Two Roads Roadsmary’s Baby Pumpkin Ale review

According to Two Roads Brewing Company of Stratford, Connecticut, Roadsmary’s Baby is a traditional pumpkin ale aged in rum barrels for added complexity and depth of flavor. It is released in August as a fall seasonal.

I’m not sure about the pumpkin, but this is a good beer. In fact, if I had a blind taste test or if I hadn’t been told what kind of beer it was, I would never guess it was made with pumpkin. Review over.

Seriously, I’d drink this any time, seasonal or not. The only bad thing I can say about it is, “What pumpkin? I don’t taste any pumpkin or spices in this pumpkin beer.” It’s more of a great-tasting beer than a pumpkin ale. It’s smooth, dark, and clean. It kind of reminds me of Negra Modelo (not just because of color), but it feels a little heavier and has a fruity, citrus finish. I guess a better way to put it is that it’s more complicated.

This beer is recommended. Highly recommended!

  • Imperial Ale ABV: 6.8%
  • Seasonal
  • Available in 12-oz Bottles, 12-oz Cans, Growlers, and On Tap
  • Connecticut-Based Craft Brewery