2. Add the tap
When your pumpkin is completely empty, you can attach the tap. Drill a hole almost at the bottom where the pipe of your tap just fits through. Attach your tap to the pumpkin and make sure it won't leak.
3. Fill it with beer
I decided to fill my pumpkin with Weihenstephaner Korbinian, a sweet, malty bock which is perfect for the Autumn season. But try experimenting with any flavour you like. A spicy, amber or heavy beer would be my recommendation.
Once you've chosen, carefully fill the pumpkin with your beer. Don’t be fooled by the size of the pumpkin: even a small one can hold about 2 litres of beer!
With your beer safely inside, your homemade pumpkin beer tap is ready! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did here at Beerwulf. Cheers!