At far as fall food and drinks go, pumpkin flavors tend to dominate, but not everyone is a fan of this festive squash, particularly when it comes to fall beers.
For those looking for non-pumpkin flavored fall beers, check out these five labels.
The Bruery’s Autumn Maple
This beer is brewed with 15 pounds of sweet potatoes in each barrel and contains notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, vanilla and maple syrup.
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Abita Harvest’s Pecan Ale
A craft beer brand out of Louisiana, Abita’s Harvest Pecan Ale is an American Brown Ale made with real Louisiana roasted pecans.
Harpoon Brewery’s Flannel Friday
Flannel Friday is a seasonal hoppy Amber Ale from Harpoon Brewery, and while it doesn’t necessarily contain fall flavors, per se, it does come dressed for the season in its own flannel label.
SweetWater Brewing Company’s The Pit & The Pendulum
Atlanta’s SweetWater Brewing Company has a variety of The Pit & The Pendulum ale including peaches, apricots or plums. Get it? Because all of those fruits have pits?
Bell’s Best Brown Ale
A popular seasonal offering from this Comstock, Michigan brewery, Bell’s Best Brown Ale is a rich ale with caramel and cocoa notes.