The Pumpkin TAP
Now is the time to give thanks. What to I give thanks for? Amongst other things: pumpkin, beer, and booze. Well now I need to give thank to Kegworks for the PUMPKIN TAP! Some of you may have seen it on your pinterests or facebooks, but how many of you have had the opportunity to USE it? The pumpkin tap comes in a few simple pieces that you screw together. Then, in three simple steps, you have a working pumpkin tap:
– Step 1: Hollow out pumpkin
– Step 2: casino online Cut small hole in bottom of the pumpkin & screw in the tap
– Step 3: Fill with boozy beverage of your choice
We filled ours with some Sam Adams Oktoberfest. ML hosted a party and provided the pumpkin—I provided booze and tap. We were all wondering if the beer would best online casino adopt some of the pumpkin flavor. We let it sit for a while, and drank! First off—look at the picture—the thing looks awesome. It was very tasty and we all couldn”t really figure out if it was the novelty of it all that made us think it tasted like pumpkin, or if it actually tasted like pumpkin.
The Kegworks company provides a suggested “spiced pumpkin punch” to fill the pumpkin with. A perfect cocktail for your Thanksgiving feast – and an awesome presentation to boot! Here it is:
- 8 cups apple cider
- 4 cinnamon sticks
- 20 whole cloves
- 2, 15 oz cans of pure pumpkin puree
- 10 oz spiced rum
- Maple Syrup
- Cinnamon Sugar
Simmer cider, cinnamon sticks, and cloves for 5 minutes. Whisk in the pumpkin. Strain and add rum. Dip the outer rim of glass in maple syrup and frost with cinnamon sugar. Garnish with cinnamon stick, serve, and enjoy!