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Seasonal Sips: 6 Fall Brews We Love

From caramel apples to Oktoberfest ales, there’s a lot to love about autumn. We tapped into some insights from our resident beer experts at BevForce to bring you an updated ‘sip-list’ for fall. Consider it your seasonal beer it-list.

Ready to toast to the season?

1. Sixpoint Craft Ales, Autumnation: This Brooklyn, N.Y.-based brewery added this seasonal beer, appropriately named Autumnation, to their lineup in September. For those who enjoy pumpkin notes, they won’t be disappointed with this beer as it’s made with actual canned pumpkin.

2. Night Shift, Oldenburg: If you’re looking for an Oktoberfest brew, look no futher than this Märzen-style lager. It’s ripe with toasty caramel flavor that’s perfect for a crisp fall day.

3. Uinta Brewing, Fest Helles: This Salt Lake City-based brewery added this refreshing beer to their lineup that’s is a German Helles-style lager. If you’re looking for a lighter option amid all the heavier seasons offerings, reach for one of these blonde brews.

4. Bell’s Brewing, Best Brown Ale: Hailed as being a ‘mainstay’ in their fall lineup, Bell’s Brewing describes Best Brown Ale as a smooth and toasty brown ale. The help from a lot of American hops makes this a well-balanced beer.

5. Rouge, Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale: This Oregon-based brewer describes this beer as a “nutty twist to a traditional European Brown Ale.” If you’re looking for something with a “smooth malty finish” and a rich hazelnut aroma, this is your beer.

6. Southern Tier, Pumkin Imperial Ale: Described by its makers as the ‘king of pumpkin beers,’ this high-alcohol beer packs a powerful punch (8.6 percent by volume). Its deep copper color (hello, pumpkin) is ripe with the aromas of pumpkin pie spices, roasted pecans, and vanilla. If you’re a PSL (pumpkin spice latte) fan, this is your beer.

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Seasonal Sips: 6 Fall Brews We Love

From caramel apples to Oktoberfest ales, there’s a lot to love about autumn. We tapped into some insights from our resident beer experts at BevForce to bring you an updated ‘sip-list’ for fall. Consider it your seasonal beer it-list.

Ready to toast to the season?

1. Sixpoint Craft Ales, Autumnation: This Brooklyn, N.Y.-based brewery added this seasonal beer, appropriately named Autumnation, to their lineup in September. For those who enjoy pumpkin notes, they won’t be disappointed with this beer as it’s made with actual canned pumpkin.

2. Night Shift, Oldenburg: If you’re looking for an Oktoberfest brew, look no futher than this Märzen-style lager. It’s ripe with toasty caramel flavor that’s perfect for a crisp fall day.

3. Uinta Brewing, Fest Helles: This Salt Lake City-based brewery added this refreshing beer to their lineup that’s is a German Helles-style lager. If you’re looking for a lighter option amid all the heavier seasons offerings, reach for one of these blonde brews.

4. Bell’s Brewing, Best Brown Ale: Hailed as being a ‘mainstay’ in their fall lineup, Bell’s Brewing describes Best Brown Ale as a smooth and toasty brown ale. The help from a lot of American hops makes this a well-balanced beer.

5. Rouge, Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale: This Oregon-based brewer describes this beer as a “nutty twist to a traditional European Brown Ale.” If you’re looking for something with a “smooth malty finish” and a rich hazelnut aroma, this is your beer.

6. Southern Tier, Pumkin Imperial Ale: Described by its makers as the ‘king of pumpkin beers,’ this high-alcohol beer packs a powerful punch (8.6 percent by volume). Its deep copper color (hello, pumpkin) is ripe with the aromas of pumpkin pie spices, roasted pecans, and vanilla. If you’re a PSL (pumpkin spice latte) fan, this is your beer.