Fall is nearing. And American craft brewers are addressing things with a full slate of new beers you’ll want to chase down.
Holy Schmidt! (San Diego, CA) AleSmith Brewing makes a number of beers that we love and there fall lager is always worth the wait!
Modeled after the original German-style amber lager made famous for being served at Munich’s Oktoberfest celebration starting in 1872, AleSmith AleSchmidt Oktoberfest (good name) is a 5.5% ABV Märzen Lager with a fresh, polished ambience and a rich roasty malt character.
A Beer to ‘Fall’ For (Framingham, MA) – Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing, an environmentally-conscience, awarding-winning craft brewery that sees beer as a way of bringing people together, has returned a seasonal we think you’ll ‘fall’ for.
Brewed with fresh roasted coffee from Barrington Coffee Roasting Company in Lee Massachusetts, Exhibit ‘A’ Sunday Paper is a 9.9% ABV Imperial Stout with rich roasted dark chocolate and coffee notes with hints of dried black cherries.
Available to ship DTC from their website to Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Virginia, DC, Nebraska and Pennsylvania this is a beer that you want to have around as we head into fall.
Serious Beer From The N/A Corner (St Paul, MN) – With more craft breweries than ever before brewing serious non-alcohol beer, ACB is has expanded its coverage to include new NA beers that matter. And Summit Brewing has a new non-alcoholic beer we found incredibly convincing. Brewed with a broad range of imported malts and European hops, Summit Nialas Non- Alcoholic Irish-Style Dark offers impressive depth, range and taste while still remaining less than 0.5% ABV.