David Lookner from Seinfeld reviews Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin Ale
One of my favorite episodes of Seinfeld has always been “The Wait Out.” The episode features guest appearances from Cary Elwes and Debra Messing and features a slightly darker sense of humor for which the show was generally known. Specifically, Jerry and Elaine are both elated that George may have broken up a marriage that comprised partners they’d both like to have for themselves. Messing’s character mentions that she’s become annoyed with her husband’s eccentricities – for example, he asks questions that he immediately answers.
Observe how easily this transitions into a review of Uinta Crooked Line Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin Ale!
Uinta Crooked Line Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin Ale is a tasty beer and at over 10%, it certainly gets the job done. My problem is that it says “pumpkin” on the label but doesn’t taste like pumpkin at all! I don’t know why this keeps happening, but it feels like standard in pumpkin ale instead of just the occasional outlier.
If you’re a fall beer enthusiast, definitely give this one a look, but if you’re craving a pumpkin taste, I still recommend The King.
Posted on November 13, 2014, in Beer, Booze and Wine, tv review and tagged beer, Cary Elwes, David Lookner, Debra Messing, Halloween, Imperial Pumpkin Ale, Pumpkin Ale, pumpkin beer, Seinfeld, sense of humor, the wait out, Uinta Crooked Line Oak Jacked Imperial Pumpkin ale. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.