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We know you’re already on the hunt for that perfect chunky sweater, but here’s a dose of fall that’s a one-stop shop. Our friend Dylan Carney, at Triangle Wine, hand-picked this six pack to suit each person at the fire pit.

Pumpkin beers1. For the Beer Snobs: Deshutes Hopzen Autumn IPA
“This is a German Marzen Beer with a bunch of hops, the technical style for an Oktoberfest.” 

2. For Basic Witches: Dogfish Head Punkin Ale 
“This is a nice amber beer with notes of cinnamon and nutmeg. It tastes like pumpkin spice and it is delicious.”

3. For the Locavore: SPBC Oktoberfest
“A traditional, local interpretation of your Oktoberfest beer with nice caramel notes.”

4. For the Sophisticated Palate: Greenman Harvester
“This is an American interpretation of an Oktoberfest. It’s made with American hops over German hops, which means it has a rich, slightly fruitier and citrusy taste while maintaining the Amber flavor.”

5. For the Person Who Wishes Oktoberfest Was Year-Round: Duck Rabbit Marzen 
“This is a rich, bready beer with caramel flavors and a mild hop presence. It pairs well with german pretzels and leiderhosen.” 

6. For the Person With A Sweet Tooth: Crown Valley Imperial Pumpkin Smash
“This beer is high in alcohol content and dark chocolate and toffee notes. It is fairly rich and dessert like.”

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