Top Seasonal Brews
From pumpkin and cinnamon to nutmeg and spruce, the change over to fall brings out some delicious seasonal picks along the Bucks County Ale Trail. Try them all with your passport!
- Bucks County Brewery
- Second Sin Brewing Company
Broken Goblet Brewing
The Ghoul is out and ready to be enjoyed, just in time for spooky season.
Bucks County Brewery
Even if you are not German, you can pretend to be while you gulp down the malty goodness of their Oktoberfest Brew!
Free Will Brewing Company
PERKASIE & PEDDLER’S VILLAGE
Need an extra boost with your brew? The caffeine and complimentary hazelnut flavor in the Hazel’s Brunch Stout are sure to bring you back to life. If you are more a vanilla or cinnamon kind of person, try the Cinnamon Vanilla Stout.
Haven’t gotten enough fall vegetables into your diet yet? Try their Sweet Potato Harvest Ale to ensure a healthy balance!
Great Barn Farm to Glass Tap Room
Two Kids No Cash Double IPA is doing its part to fuel the economic recovery by giving you 8.2% ABV on your investment this season.
Iron Hill Brewery
If you want to call yourself a true “pumpkin-spice” fan, you must pick up their Pumpkin Ale!
Langhorne Brewing Company
No one gives a schnitzel - you have to taste their Oktoberfest brew!
- Naked Brewing
Mad Princes Brewing Co.
Embrace the fall aesthetic with their amber-colored Ein Maltz, Ein Hopfen, which is moderately meaty with a long, earthy hop finish. If you are looking for a brew that is maltier and hoppier however, try the Snow Eater.
Moss Mill Brewing Co.
Calling all Eagles fans! Da Birds Kolsch Style is back and all proceeds go the Eagles Autism Foundation this football season.
Naked Brewing Co.
HUNTINGDON VALLEY & BRISTOL
The new COVET Pineapple Mango Sour Ale releases October 15 and will have you feel like your traveling to a faraway island (something hard to do these days!) with its pineapple and mango flavors.
Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co.
CROYDON & NEW HOPE
If this season has left you feeling a bit chilly, warm up with the toasty and nutty aroma of NCBC’s Creekfestbier Lager.
Newtown Brewing Co.
Try their new Those Aren't Pillows, named after the great Thanksgiving classic, Planes, Trains & Automobiles, the brew is packed with sweet potatoes, butternut squash and mini marshmallows.
Odd Logic Brewing Company
What represents fall better than pumpkin and cider? Why not combine the two? Odd Logic presents, Sir Charles Pumpkin Cider!
Red Lion Brewery
Try the Rebel Dunkel. This dark Munich Dunkel was brewed with a simple selection of malts and lagered forever and a day. Reminiscent of freshly baked bread.
Second Sin Brewing Company
Pumpkin pie isn’t fulfilling your craving this season? Try their Pumpkin Ale, brewed with pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
The Proper Brewing Co.
If you long to visit Germany’s Octoberfest, the Prop-Toberfest (Marzen) brew can give you a preview its German malts and hops.
- Vault Brewing Company
Tilt'em Back Brewing Company
Try I'd Tap That. It contains a great mouthfeel yet subtle notes of pine and dankness. This beer pleases both Pale Ale lovers and New England IPA lovers.
Tower Hill Brewery
A cider as sweet as cherry pie! Literally. Try the Stone And Key Cherry Pie Cider to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Triumph Brewing Co.
Triumph Brewing Company is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit their website for more information.
Two Rivers Brewing Co.
Why not settle for the best this season? Try Freeman’s Pub ale, the Blue-Ribbon winner of the 2020 Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Vault Brewing Co.
The Sweet Potato Ale is a fan favorite here. Brewed with roasted sweet potatoes, Madagascar vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, molasses, and milk sugar.
Warwick Farm Brewing
Double Mosaic is a new release this October. Expect a smooth and creamy Double IPA that highlights one of our favorite hops, Mosaic. Oats were added to the mash to help create a smooth and soft mouthfeel.