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.
Hinterland Hefe: A classically brewed German-Style Hefeweizen. We used the finest Bavarian ingredients to create an unfiltered wheat beer, with a fluffy head and notes of banana and clove.
Strawberry Patch: A strawberry wheat beer.
HOPtober IPA: Made with Munich and Vienna malt. Mashed with El Dorado, Idaho 7, and Cascade Hops.
Oktoberfest: Malty rich lager that starts off sweet and finishes dry.
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 with a balance of clean, hop bitterness, and it has a toasted bread or biscuit-like malt aroma and flavor.
Pumpkin Ale: Pumpkin Ale with spices. Served with sugar on rim.
Disruption Belgian Blonde: A small batch Belgian Blonde ale conditioned on black cherries, espresso roast coffee beans, and cinnamon sticks. A unique blend of rich flavors meld with this beer’s Belgian yeast character and sweet caramel backbone. 6.2% ABV
Oktoberfest: A marzan style lager that has some sweetness from caramel and chocolate malts that are nicely balanced by herbal German hops.
Pumpkin Spice CDR: Deliciously sweet - perfect chilled or warmed on a cool autumn evening
Wolftoberfest: 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.
Fest Lager: Showcases some of our favorite Bavarian ingredients in an outrageously crushable 5.4% lager.
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