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Paulaner Oktoberfest, Germany

This is my favorite of the traditional style from Munich. It is full-bodied, a little chewy on the palate. Its flavors and aromas shout caramel and toast in the front and then it dries up nicely in a surprisingly clean finish.

Food pairing: It is a star with spit-roasted chicken, fennel sausage, Bratwurst and Knockwurst—don’t forget the mustard on that!

Brooklyn Brown Ale, New York

This American brown ale is light in body for the amount of flavor and aromas it offers. It is perfect for evenings involving outdoor fires. It delivers nice smoke in the nose that follows onto the palate and keeps going through the finish. This smoke does a dance first with sweetish malts in the front, then with hints of chocolate and a light lingering bitter finish with just a slight hint of citrus.

Food pairing: It is wonderful with St. Louis ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket and blackened fish.

Dogfish Head Pumpkin Ale, Delaware

The pumpkin ales being made today pay homage to the beers that colonists made with pumpkins when they didn't have enough fermentable sugars from grain. This one is made with pumpkins, cinnamon, all spice and nutmeg and is very balanced and dry. Many pumpkin ales have too much of pumpkin or spice and you can forget they are beers, but Dogfish Head's is perfect to me.

Food pairing: I just had it with some butternut squash soup and I recommend it with thanksgiving turkey dinner too.

Chimay Grand Reserve, Belgium

This very rich and malty Trappist ale is too big for summer consumption in my house so, we ring in the cool weather with it every year. It is bottle conditioned, which means that it is naturally carbonated in the bottle like Champagne. This makes for small but prickly and persistent bubbles that deliver hearty flavors of malt, raisins, black currants and figs.

Food pairing: It is amazing with soft rind, stinky cheeses and holds its own with dishes like beef bourguignon.

Schneider Aventinus, Germany

A strong, dark, unfiltered hefe wheat beer from Munich, the Aventinus is made with wheat and barley malt and drinks like a meal. It is very strong and effervescent with powerful aromas of clove, ripe bananas, smoke and bubble gum.

Food pairing: It goes nicely with smoked gouda cheese, bacon dishes, stuffed mushrooms and Beef Wellington.


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


You'll Forget All About Summer Thanks to These Delicious Fall Beers

Hard seltzer, you've had your moment! As temperatures start to drop, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about fall beer. Crisp nights call for darker, maltier, and more complex beers to warm us up, and luckily there are tons of great brands producing seasonal suds. Whether you're planning a beer-fueled journey this fall or cozying up with brews at home, these fall beers will get you ready for sweater weather, stat.

Note: Some craft beer retailers listed below offer limited delivery. Enter your ZIP code in the provided link to determine delivery zones.

With just the right amount of fall baking spice notes and a nutty, hoppy aroma, Montauk's Pumpkin Ale is exactly what we crave once the temperatures drop. Plus, with a 5.7% ABV, this is a mellow brew you can sip all afternoon without losing your gourd.

Lakewood, New York-based brewery Southern Tier makes one of the absolute best pumpkin beers around. Their Cold Press Coffee Pumking is a big imperial IPA with an unapologetic 8.6% ABV. With notes of coffee, vanilla, cloves, and pie crust, this is a fall beer that'll warm you right up on chilly nights.

First introduced in 1995, Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Wheat Ale is one of the oldest seasonal pumpkin beers on the market. Deeply amber-hued and medium-bodied, this savory yet refreshing fall beer is brewed with real pumpkin and spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice, making it a comforting yet refreshing brew.

If you're tailgating or heading to the mountains for a weekend camping trip, grab a few six packs of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale &mdash it's a super food-friendly and easygoing fall beer.

Sam Adams Octoberfest is a solid seasonal choice for those who may be a bit reluctant about craft beer appeal. This on-tap mainstay has a gorgeous amber appearance, a roasted, husky scent, and a smooth, fruity malt flavor. The pleasantly pretzel-esque aftertaste makes this fall beer enjoyable till the last drop.

Food-friendly and versatile, we love pairing this crisp brew with smoked sausages, roasted chicken, and pot roast dinners. It's only available seasonally from August through November, so get your fix while you can!

For a savory twist on a traditional European brown ale, try this Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale from Oregon-based Rogue Brewery. The toasted nutty flavor of this fall beer is guaranteed to keep you warm on those cool autumn nights, and the subtle roasted coffee flavor is sure to please coffee lovers. Get ready to get cozy!

If you've had your fill of all things pumpkin-spiced, may we suggest yams as a surprisingly delicious alternative fall flavor instead? Brewed in the same style as a pumpkin beer but using sweet potatoes instead of pumpkins in the mash, this fall beer is loaded with rich and savory maple flavor.

Dark in the glass, sweet and cinnamon-y on the nose, and with a medium, clove-hinted taste, this totally unique fall beer is one you'll want to circulate into your seasonal favorites.

This classic dark weizenbock (or winter wheat) beer has a rich caramel and chocolate maltiness and a decadent flavor mélange of banana bread, plums, and figs. A fall beer meant to be savored after a hearty meal or to warm up by the fire, this complex brew is satisfyingly full-bodied with a refreshing finish.

With a distinct smokiness on the nose that permeates throughout the tasting, this is a hearty German brew that'll warm you to the core once the autumnal chill sets in. The pleasant maple sweetness keeps this rauchbier from tasting overly charred, and it finishes into a woody, herbal-barbecue flavor that makes it a memorable fall beer.

This is a classic porter-style dark fall beer with a parade of deep, decadent flavors like chocolate, caramel, toffee, and coffee, as well as sweet maple candy notes. Pair this slightly smoky porter with grilled meats and spicy charcuterie to bring out the more nuanced sweet and charred flavors.

Everything about this crisp, hoppy, and malty amber ale from Harpoon Brewery screams autumn. With hints of citrus and pine, Flannel Friday is what you'll want to be sipping on by the campfire during those first cool nights of fall. And can we talk about how adorable these plaid-printed cans are?


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