Harpoon Dunkin’ Pumpkin Ale

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Think back to that time you threw back a pint and found yourself wishing it could be more “doughnutty.” For four years now, Boston natives Dunkin’ Donuts and Harpoon Brewing have teamed up to create beers inspired by doughnut shop offerings. The Harpoon Dunkin’ Pumpkin Ale first came out a couple years back, and now it joins three other ales for this fall’s release. The other brews incorporate ingredients that include Dunkin’ coffee, matcha, and, in the case of the Maple Creme Blonde Ale, actual doughnut.  

The Pumpkin Ale is inspired by that perennial fall favorite, the pumpkin spiced latte and contains real Dunkin’ java, plus pumpkin puree, cinnamon for spice, and lactose for an extra creamy kick. You can pick up a six pack of bottles anywhere Harpoon beer is sold. They’ll be right next to the Dunkin’ Dozen, a 12-pack of cans that contain three of each of the collab brews if you feel like seeing just how doughnutty a beer can get.

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