6 of the best Autumn beers
Posted On: 15th October 2013
Autumn (or fall if you’re American) is here, like it or not it’s time to turn off the AC, set those beer garden heaters to 11 and settle in with big punchy beers which warm your body to the point where taking layers off actually becomes an option.
We’ve made a list of 6 of our favourite Autumn beers below!
A beer which in it’s commercial description is described as being for old weathered fishermen classic seafaring ports and other nautical themes. This impressively huge old ale is brewed with molasses and an insane focus on the malt bill, then oak-aged. The result is a strong, rich, malty delight that’s deceptively smooth and drinkable.
A reddish brown coloured dubbel which carries a strong and sweet aroma of plums, raisins and cherries and rich caramel and dark fruit flavours. This is a carefully crafted beer and deserves to be drank with care and attention throughout the colder weather.
Nomada Dead Monk
Perhaps one of the most interesting beers we’ve ever tried, dark and sour with notes of yeast, coffee and black chocolate.A smooth yet dry Belgian strong ale that hides it’s 10% ABV very well, it’s packed full of caramel, toffee and liquorice flavours and is quite possibly our favourite brew for a winters evening.
Honey I’m Home
The perfect honey saison brewed by Evil Twin at Fanø Bryghus in Copenhagen. Honey I’m Home pours a rich amber colour, tastes sweet and smells it too!
Brasserie De La Senne Stouterik
Brasserie De La Senne is commanded by two young and innovative brewers, Stouterik is an Irish style dry stout brewed with Belgian influences. Light, dry and bitter with complex roasted notes.
Partizan 7 Grain Porter
One of the first beers released by the Bermondsey based Partizan brewery this big 7 grain porter is not to be messed with. Pours a dark brown with a generous tan coloured lace, you can expect huge hits of coffee, lactose and tangy dark malts.