A seasonal favorite, try Pumpkinhead Ale with a shot of Spiced Rum or in a pint glass rimmed with sugar and cinnamon. No matter how you drink it, Shipyard Brewing Company’s Pumpkinhead Ale is a crisp and refreshing wheat ale with delightful aromatics and subtle spiced flavor.
We’ll be spreading our Pumpkinhead love all over Plymouth, Massachusetts this weekend! On Saturday, October 15, 2016, the Dirty Water Media crew is partying like Pilgrims to demonstrate our love for Shipyard Brewing Company’s Pumpkinhead Ale.
This incredibly popular seasonal beer launches in mid-August, makes Halloween a little spookier, and perfectly compliments your Thanksgiving Turkey with finesse. So why not go to the birthplace of Thanksgiving – Plymouth, Massachusetts – to explore the many faces of Pumpkinhead Ale?
It’s a sure sign of Fall when Shipyard Pumpkinhead Ale is in the air! And we just named it the un-official beer of Thanksgiving, so Dirty Water TV is grabbing two of our favorite pilgrims and heading to America’s hometown to sip and savor Pumpkinhead at some of the best venues in Plymouth this Saturday afternoon and evening.
Meet us down there and party like a Pilgrim with Pumpkinhead Ale and Dirty Water Media.
Here’s where you can find us:
3:00pm at T Bones Roadhouse – A Wild West-themed bar & restaurant serving BBQ & other American eats, with live entertainment located at 22 Main Street in Plymouth, MA.
5:00pm at Cabby Shack – Located on historic Plymouth harbor, at 30 Town Wharf in Plymouth, Cabby Shack is the spot for gorgeous views, tons of seats under the sun, live music all season long, and seafood so fresh it practically jumps straight from the ocean to the kitchen.
7:00pm at Tavern on the Wharf – With water views of historic Plymouth Harbor, at 6 Town Wharf in Plymouth, from every seat in the house, Tavern on the Wharf has become a favored destination for affordable, family-friendly food and entertainment.
See you on Saturday!