Check out local bars and restaurants featuring fall-themed ales around the area.
As fall settles upon South Philly, autumnal craft beers abound at local establishments. Let these local brews boost your celebration for colorful foliage, chilling breezes and spooky pursuits.
Dogfish Head Punkin Ale (7% ABV), A brown ale with pumpkin and brown sugar, can be tasted at Grace Tavern (2229 Grays Ferry Avenue), 2nd Street Brew House (1700 S. 2nd Street), 12 Steps Down (831 Christian Street), Moonshine (1825 E. Moyamensing Avenue), Lucky’s Last Chance — Queen Village (848 S. 2nd Street),
Eight and Sand New Potato Caboose (5.5% ABV), A sweet potato brew blended with as well as vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg can be found at the POPE — Pub on Passyunk East (1501 East Passyunk Avenue.)
Neshaminy Creek Punkless Dunkel ( 8.8% ABV), This fused with banana esters and spicy clove, this German wheat pumpkin ale is peppered with dark brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice. Give it a taste at American Sardine Bar (1801 Federal Street.)
Platform Yammy Yammy ( 7.7% ABV) This roasted sweet potato ale featuring hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove can be sipped at the South Philly Tap Room (1509 Mifflin Street.)
Smuttynose Pumpkin Ale (6.50% ABV) Blended with traditional fall spices, this brew of pumpkin to the mash, this ale is available at Jon’s Bar & Grille (606 South 3rd Street).
Southern Tier Pumking (8.6% ABV) Featuring a spooky sweetness, this delight mixes fermented ale yeast, two varieties of hops, two varieties of malts, pumpkin and spices, can be tasted at Jon’s Bar & Grille (606 South 3rd Street), Moonshine (1825 E. Moyamensing Avenue),
Spring House Braaaiins (8.3% ABV) Autumn spices and sweet dough manifest a malt center and crip-finish pumpkin ale that can be enjoyed at Brigantessa (1520 E. Passyunk Avenue.)
Two Roads Rosemary’s Baby (6.8% ABV) Aged in rum barrels, this pumpkin ale mingled with pumpkin, spices, vanilla, oak and a touch of rum, can be found at Jon’s Bar & Grille (606 South 3rd Street.)
Entwife (3.4% ABV) An original dark English-Style mild ale, this malted toffee treat can be sipped for the season at Second District Brewing Company (1939 S Bancroft Street.)