FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 30, 2023

MEDIA CONTACT:
Shanna Sheridan-McInnis
shanna@bbaybrewery.com
360-647-5593

The World Famous Drunkin Pumpkin Pies Are Back at Boundary Bay Brewery!

The year-long wait is over! Drunkin Pumpkin pies are now available.

Made in house with Boundary Bay’s Imperial Oatmeal Stout and locally-grown pumpkins from Vertical Fog Farms in Everson, these pies have a warm rich flavor and a flakey crust.

A long time tradition for many Bellingham families, Drunkin Pumpkin pies can be preordered for Thanksgiving with pickup the day before or Thanksgiving morning.

Each pie costs $15 dollars. 

Preorder at www.bbaybrewery.com/seasonal-offerings/p/drunkin-pumpkin-pie-reservation

A limited number of pies are available at the brewery to-go or by-the-slice while supplies last.

“Don't forget the whipped cream!” points out Alison Mestl Communications Director at Boundary Bay Brewery, “Pumpkin pie isn’t pumpkin pie without it!”

She recommends making homemade whipping cream with a splash of Grand Marnier or Irish Cream for a boozier rendition.

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