5 of Our Favorite Pumpkin-Flavored Beers From Around Delaware

These local brews pair perfectly with wool sweaters and cuddling.


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Photos Courtesy of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

 

A cold, refreshing beer is perfect on a sweltering summer day, but there is something ideal about drinking a spicy beer on a cool, crisp fall day. Can’t decide which suds to sip? Let us guide you with a few of our local favorites.

 

Crooked Hammock Brewery’s Jav-O-Lantern Pumpkin/Yam Beer

Next time someone tells you that your health is going down the drain, drink one of these. It’s packed with highly nutritious pumpkin, which is balanced by the flavors of smoke, spices, malts and dark roasted coffee beans.

 

Dogfish Head Punkin Ale

This super-savory beer is named after the now defunct Punkin-Chunkin event. The brown ale is brewed with pumpkin meat, brown sugar and spices and features a festive black kitty cat on the label.

 

 

Iron Hill Brewery’s Pumpkin Ale

The touch of vanilla bean is what makes this ale standout. It’s bold and balanced—just right for sipping on a chilly fall night. 

 

Revelation Brewing Company’s Oktoberfest

This beer is crisp and smooth. The Vienna and Munich malts add a mild caramel sweetness to this drinkable pilsner.

 

Stewart’s Brewing Co. Mischief Night Pumpkin Ale

Forget egging your neighbor’s house—sipping on this spicy treat is much more satisfying.

 

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