The locations along the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail always impress with their year-round seasonal releases, but for many, fall is the best time to enjoy some fantastic pours. Support your local breweries and plan a night out to try these favorites. But don't wait too long because these delicious beverages are sure to be popular.
Okto-Brofest – A Marzen-style Lager brewed in collaboration with Manor Hill Brewing.
Nut Checker – Maltier and sweeter than a light mild ale, Nut Checker boasts toasted, nutty flavors that mingle with a herbal profile from Willamette hops. $1 from each pint sold will go to the Testicular Cancer Foundation.
Pommeau – Starts with a fermented cider blend that is distilled into brandy with the help of Manatawny Still Works. Next, it's blended with Dabinett juice and aged in oak wine barrels. The result is a rich aperitif with notes of raisin and baked apple that linger on the palate. At 19.9% abv, the essence of the spirit is present on the nose and in the finish, and its warming qualities lend to a beautiful fall beverage meant to be savored.
Oktoberfest 2022 – A Marzen-style malty-rich lager that starts slightly sweet and finishes dry.
Oktoberfest – A rich medium to full-bodied dark amber Lager brewed for the changing seasons and crisp weather. Malt forward and best enjoyed with good company!
Curious Gourd – A medium-bodied Brown Ale brewed with cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and clove, backed by a sweet caramel finish.
Oktoberfest – This beer is rich in malt and balanced with clean hop bitterness. It has a toasted bread or biscuit-like malt aroma and flavor and is absolutely delicious!
Oktoberfest – A medium-bodied, malt-forward lager. Bready, toasty, clean, and crisp with just enough hop bitterness to offset malt sweetness.
Reluctant Pumpkin -- An ale brewed with pumpkin and lactose and aged on coffee beans.
Pumpkin Porter – A full house of spice, crisp roast, complexity, and hearth for the colder weather. This full-bodied, robust beer is balanced with hints of sweetness and a dash of pumpkin pie spices.
Wolftoberfest – Wolftoberfest is a traditional German Lager called a Märzen brewed with various Germanic malts, Magnum and Hallertauer Mittlefrüeh hops. This brew pours a beautiful orange-amber hue with a fluffy and long-lasting off-white head that laces down the mug. If there’s one word to describe this beer, it is elegant. Highly crushable with low bitterness and rich, toasty, and bready malt flavors with a dry finish, enticing your palate for another swig. Served off our side-pull faucet, try the regular pour, the Mlíko wet foam pour, and a 7-minute slow pour for the best drinking experience.
Fest Lager – Pouring a pale gold hue, this lager boasts a cracker-like malty sweetness. Light and sessionable, this beer was made for kicking off flannel season with friends!
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