Fall for Fest Beer

Just like your autumn wardrobe autumn beer is best when laden with toasty layers… of delicious roasted malt flavor. Tastings.com delivers the run-down on the best beers to drink this fall and details 4 classic fall beer styles.
Dopplebock Party Rock

Dopplebock Party Rock

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Ayinger brings the party with their 95-point Celebrator Dopplebock. Dopplebocks are higher-ABV, rich, weighty lagers. They're excellent fall beers because of their malty sweetness and mellow balanced hop bitterness. Ayinger's Celebrator is an exceptional example of the style offering instantly appealing roasty flavors.

Flavor Bridge

Flavor Bridge

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Sam Adams Black Lager is the perfect transition beer for late fall that serves as a bridge between a lager and a stout. Dark roasted chestnut flavors mesh with pumpernickel and orange to create a delicious chewy beer that's a natural match for hearty shepherd's pie.

Toasty tongue twister

Toasty tongue twister

Photo Credit: Urban Chestnut
Oachkatzischwoaf! Try saying that three times fast! It may have a funny name but Urban Chestnut's Oktoberfest Lager is a knockout savory Märzen-style beer to drink right now. Historically brewed by Bavarian brewers in March to last through the fall, US craft brewers have adopted the style for seasonal releases. Oachkatzischwoaf has award-winning malty-smooth flavor, and it's no wonder, Urban Chestnut's head brewer is Bavarian-born.

Viennese Remix

Viennese Remix

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Hinterland's Oktoberfest Vienna Style Lager is a great fruity, hoppy take on the classic Vienna style. This example offers a tropical, American twist on the typically malt-heavy, toasty character of a Vienna Lager. Equally at home with Chinese take out and imported Gruyere, this versatile and intriguing beer is one of our new favorite Fall Vienna Lagers.

Dopplebock Party Rock
Flavor Bridge
Toasty tongue twister
Viennese Remix
Fall for Fest Beer
Just like your autumn wardrobe autumn beer is best when laden with toasty layers… of delicious roasted malt flavor. Tastings.com delivers the run-down on the best beers to drink this fall and details 4 classic fall beer styles.

Dopplebock Party Rock

Dopplebock Party Rock
Photo Credit: www.ayinger.de
Ayinger brings the party with their 95-point Celebrator Dopplebock. Dopplebocks are higher-ABV, rich, weighty lagers. They're excellent fall beers because of their malty sweetness and mellow balanced hop bitterness. Ayinger's Celebrator is an exceptional example of the style offering instantly appealing roasty flavors.

Flavor Bridge

Flavor Bridge
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Sam Adams Black Lager is the perfect transition beer for late fall that serves as a bridge between a lager and a stout. Dark roasted chestnut flavors mesh with pumpernickel and orange to create a delicious chewy beer that's a natural match for hearty shepherd's pie.

Toasty tongue twister

Toasty tongue twister
Photo Credit: Urban Chestnut
Oachkatzischwoaf! Try saying that three times fast! It may have a funny name but Urban Chestnut's Oktoberfest Lager is a knockout savory Märzen-style beer to drink right now. Historically brewed by Bavarian brewers in March to last through the fall, US craft brewers have adopted the style for seasonal releases. Oachkatzischwoaf has award-winning malty-smooth flavor, and it's no wonder, Urban Chestnut's head brewer is Bavarian-born.

Viennese Remix

Viennese Remix
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Hinterland's Oktoberfest Vienna Style Lager is a great fruity, hoppy take on the classic Vienna style. This example offers a tropical, American twist on the typically malt-heavy, toasty character of a Vienna Lager. Equally at home with Chinese take out and imported Gruyere, this versatile and intriguing beer is one of our new favorite Fall Vienna Lagers.