Infamous 'Blumpkin' Beer Returns to Bellevue's Darkness Brewing

Perhaps the best — and raunchiest — name for a fall-themed brew.

click to enlarge Blumpkin. - PHOTO: FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE
Photo: Facebook event page
Blumpkin.

That's right, y'all: Blumpkin season is back. 

For all you folks who spent a little too much time on Urban Dictionary growing up, get your mind out of the damn gutter: We're talking about the seasonal black pumpkin ale from Bellevue's Darkness Brewing!

The brewery is welcoming back their fall brew with a Blumpkin Release and Horror Art Show on Oct. 2, coinciding with Bellevue's monthly First Friday celebration that takes place along Fairfield Avenue. 

Darkness Brewing's party will kick off at 5 p.m. and will continue until 10 p.m., with live music, live art and plenty of beer, including their Blumpkin release, plus variants and barrel-aged brews.  

The brewery invites guests to don their Halloween duds and celebrate the season with them — in a socially distanced fashion. 

For more information, visit their Facebook event page. For what the hell a blumpkin is, you'll have to look that up yourself — or maybe just live in ignorant bliss. 

Darkness Brewing, 224 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue.

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