According to their, um, not-very-usable website (there, I said it), this is a "wheat ale with delightful aromatics and subtle spiced flavor." No mention of actual pumpkin, interestingly, and it’s 4.5% alcohol by volume.
Appearance: Slightly hazy and straw-colored—surprisingly pale, considering. Fizzy white head initially thick but fell quickly.
Smell: Pumpkin pie spicing with an almost-cloying sweet background. ("Natural flavor added.") Smells more like flavoring than the rich aroma of real pumpkin. [Trust me on this one. I’ve brewed (and drank) enough pumpkin ales to know.]
Taste: Odd—not sure if I like it—like a tart wheat with the spices coming across in the back of the mouth without any of the characteristic spiciness. Is this a bad bottle, or just a weird formulation? The sourness could go either way, but I’d hazard a guess that it’s "turned."
Mouthfeel: Light, tart, almost acidically so; puckering.
Overall: Not good… not undrinkable if I look at it as an intentionally sour wheat, but…
Apparently, reading the reviews on the other sites, this wasn’t a bad bottle after all, just a not good pumpkin beer.