12 Beers To Try This Fall
The leaves are changing colors, football is here, and we’re contemplating our Halloween costume. To us these things can only mean two things: 1) fall is back and 2) so are some of our favorite fall beers that only make an appearance once a year! With the help of our Molly’s Beer Team, we gathered a few of their fall favorites, and boy do we have quite the selection. From pumpkin ales to beers that give you all the fall feels, to Oktoberfest brews fit for pretzels and Lederhosen, our top choices are perfect for all of your fall festivities. Be sure to swing in soon – these fall pumpkin beers and Oktoberfest brews will be gone in a flash!
Four Noses Brewing Pump Action Imperial Pumpkin Ale
Football season has arrived, pie is in the oven, and the aspens have turned. Time to lock and load your pallet full of cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, allspice, brown sugar and cloves in in this pumpkin behemoth. Packed with over 10 pounds of pumpkin per barrel and a hefty helping of pumpkin pie spices, there is no shortage of fall flavors in this spiced ale. Pump Action Imperial Pumpkin Ale took home Gold at both Great American Beer Festival & World Beer in 2016. – Four Noses Brewing
Breckenridge Brewery Nitro Fall Seasonal Pumpkin Spice Latte
Nitro Pumpkin Spice Latte is a stout made with dark roasted malts and carefully roasted, cold pressed coffee beans. Vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves delicately complement the taste of rich pumpkin. These well-balanced fall flavors presented with the velvety texture of nitrogen create a truly distinctive and delicious beer. – Breckenridge Brewery
Anderson Valley Brewing Fall Hornin’ Pumpkin Ale
With a brilliant, deep copper hue and creamy beige-colored head, our Fall Hornin’ Pumpkin Ale has inviting aromas of caramelized malt and baking bread with highlights of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin and seasonal spices. The pleasantly creamy mouthfeel and silky body embrace the sweet caramel flavors and tang of spices (with just hint of hops) that ends in a smooth, round finish. – Anderson Valley
Upslope Brewing Pumpkin Ale
Adding organic baby bear pumpkins to malt and hops makes this truly a local farm to brewhouse collaboration. A custom blend of six spices rounds out the flavors in this highly anticipated beer. – Upslope Brewing
Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company Southern Pecan
Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale is the first beer in the world, to our knowledge, made with whole roasted pecans. The pecans are used just like grain and provide a nutty characteristic and a delightful depth to the flavor profile. This beer is very lightly hopped to allow the malty, caramel, and nutty flavors shine through. The color is dark mahogany. Southern Pecan won a Bronze Medal in the 2006 World Beer Cup in the Specialty Beer category. – Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company
Wasatch Brewery Devastator Double Bock
Park City, Utah
If you’re going to sin, sin big. With 8% alc/vol and a creamy richness, this brew has developed a serious cult following. Imagine that – a cult following in Utah?! – Wasatch Brewery
Diebolt Brewing Anton Francois French Ale
A clean, refreshing French Ale with a light malt and fruity arome, crisp malt saveur that makes its way to a slightly earthy, hop bitterness and bready malt fin. – Diebolt Brewing
Vindication Brewing Co. American Bold Ale
A bold new beer featuring a wide spectrum of caramel malts balanced against a huge load of American Hops. – Vindication Brewing Co.
Ayinger Oktober Fest-Märzen
Ayinger Oktober Fest-Märzen is a full-bodied, flavorful March (Märzen) beer brewed and lagered to celebrate Bavaria’s famous Oktoberfest. Served at German beer festivals in September and October with roasted chicken, pork, and sauerkraut. Rich golden color. Slightly sweet, malty nose. Medium-to-big body and alcohol, and a soft dryness from long maturation – Ayinger Brewery
Santa Fe Brewing Co. Oktoberfest
Santa Fe, New Mexico
This classic German lager showcases the crisp maltiness of Munich malts compounded with the delicious notes of Bavarian hops giving this clean-finishing beer just the right flavor for the end of summer. – Santa Fe Brewing C0.
Dry Dock Brewing Docktoberfest
Fill your stein with this delicious lager. Our classic annual Märzen features elegantly rich, toasty German malt flavors, a modest hop bitterness, and creamy mouthfeel all giving way to a crisp, dry finish. Every year it’s here and it’s gone just as quick so grab a liter and toast to the biggest party in the world! – Dry Dock Brewing
Ballast Point Dead Ringer Oktoberfest Lager
San Diego, California
A fresh take on a traditional festival beer. Our Dead Ringer Oktoberfest lager is inspired by old-style Märzen brews customarily enjoyed during Bavaria’s world-famous beer festival. Thanks to an abundance of toasted malt and a lower hop bitterness, this dark reddish brown lager is loaded with sweet, caramel toffee flavors and aromas. All the taste and celebration of Oktoberfest packed into one bottle; no lederhosen required. – Ballast Point
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