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Ultimate 6er | Halloween Brews

Ultimate 6er | Halloween Brews
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On Hallows Eve, mere mortals don masks and costumes to mask their humanity for one night. Finding the right costume can take weeks, maybe months, to find, so we have compiled a small list of costumes and beers you could bring along on your ghoulish festivities.
PSA: Just be sure to be safe while out tonight, don’t drink and drive—it’s not worth your life or the life of others.

Mummy

Half Moon Bay Brewing | Papa Juice

This barrel-aged Old Ale is smooth with a touch of dryness from American hops. It pairs nicely with ancient persons who have come back to life.

Vampire

Double Mountain Brewery | Devil’s Cuvee Kriek

This Belgian-style sour ale brewed with cherries has a bright red hue that’s reminiscent of blood. But don’t worry, that’s where the similarities stop. You’ll enjoy this barrel aged goodness from the coffin and beyond.

Witch

The Rare Barrel | Ensorcelled

We think spells may have been cast to produce such a decadent brew. This dark sour ale aged in oak barrels with raspberries comes fully equipped with a slew of of awards. We gotta say, we are very enchanted.

Baseball Player

21st Amendment | Blood Orange Brew Free! or Die IPA!

Four different hop varieties and 100% fresh blood orange puree makes this the perfect quencher for any ballplayer looking to score.

Cat

Belching Beaver Brewery | Beavers Milk Stout Nitro

Milk Stout was the first craft beer at Belching Beaver Brewery and now the nitro version is ready for you to enjoy. Dark in color but not in flavor, we think this creamy, cascading beer is the cat’s meow.

Zombie

Firestone Walker | Sucaba

This vintage is big, boozy and complex with American oak aromas and malty undertones. Best of all, this beer gets better with age. We couldn’t think of a better pairing for the undead.


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