October 18, 2019

These 14 Seasonal Cincinnati Beers Are Full of Fall Flavors

Fall has arrived in the Queen City, which means the flavors of the season are popping up in every consumable fashion — including beer. From pumpkin ales to s'more stouts and everything in between, these fall beers are sure to get you in the autumnal mood.
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These 14 Seasonal Cincinnati Beers Are Full of Fall Flavors
MadTree's S’more Gratitude
3301 Madison Road, Oakley
MadTree has canned a campfire classic: S’more Gratitude, a collaboration brew with locals Grateful Grahams featuring vanilla beans, lactose and cocoa powder and cocoa nibs from Maverick Chocolate Co. The chocolate stout is available is six-packs and on draft.
Photo via Facebook/MadTreeTaproom

MadTree's S’more Gratitude

3301 Madison Road, Oakley
MadTree has canned a campfire classic: S’more Gratitude, a collaboration brew with locals Grateful Grahams featuring vanilla beans, lactose and cocoa powder and cocoa nibs from Maverick Chocolate Co. The chocolate stout is available is six-packs and on draft.
Photo via Facebook/MadTreeTaproom
Braxton’s Pumpkin Pie Ale
27 W. Seventh St., Covington
Braxton Brewing Company — in collaboration with Graeter’s Ice Cream — has brought back a seasonal favorite via their Pumpkin Pie Ale. Brewed with pumpkin, spices, lactose and brown sugar, It’s practically a whole pie in a can. Pumpkin Pie Ale is a specialty seasonal release available in four-pack cans or on tap in the Braxton taproom. Photo via Facebook/BraxtonBrewingCompany

Braxton’s Pumpkin Pie Ale

27 W. Seventh St., Covington
Braxton Brewing Company — in collaboration with Graeter’s Ice Cream — has brought back a seasonal favorite via their Pumpkin Pie Ale. Brewed with pumpkin, spices, lactose and brown sugar, It’s practically a whole pie in a can. Pumpkin Pie Ale is a specialty seasonal release available in four-pack cans or on tap in the Braxton taproom.
Photo via Facebook/BraxtonBrewingCompany
Mt. Carmel Brewing Company’s Harvest Ale
4362 Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road, Mt. Carmel
Mt. Carmel Brewing Company pays tribute to beautiful autumnal colors with their Harvest Ale, a full-bodied English-style pale ale with a dry hop finish. The ale features golden, reddish and yellow hues, reminiscent of the changing fall leaves. Photo via Facebook/Mt. Carmel Brewing Company
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Mt. Carmel Brewing Company’s Harvest Ale

4362 Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Road, Mt. Carmel
Mt. Carmel Brewing Company pays tribute to beautiful autumnal colors with their Harvest Ale, a full-bodied English-style pale ale with a dry hop finish. The ale features golden, reddish and yellow hues, reminiscent of the changing fall leaves.
Photo via Facebook/Mt. Carmel Brewing Company ro
Rolling Mill Brewing Co.’s Harvest Mill
916 First Ave., Middletown
Inspired by the brewery’s local community, Rolling Mill’s fall porter brings fall spices with hints of Sumantran coffee, pumpkin, caramel and chocolate. The beer is a collaboration with coffee from Triple Moon Coffee Co. and locally-grown pumpkins from McMonigle Farms.Photo via Facebook/Rolling Mill Brewing Co.

Rolling Mill Brewing Co.’s Harvest Mill

916 First Ave., Middletown
Inspired by the brewery’s local community, Rolling Mill’s fall porter brings fall spices with hints of Sumantran coffee, pumpkin, caramel and chocolate. The beer is a collaboration with coffee from Triple Moon Coffee Co. and locally-grown pumpkins from McMonigle Farms.
Photo via Facebook/Rolling Mill Brewing Co.
Bad Tom Smith Brewing’s Cheating the Gallows Harvest Ale
4720 Eastern Ave., Linwood
This fall ale blends freshly-baked pumpkin pie with nutmeg, cinnamon and allspice, with notes of vanilla and chocolate. Photo via Facebook/Bad Tom Smith Brewing

Bad Tom Smith Brewing’s Cheating the Gallows Harvest Ale

4720 Eastern Ave., Linwood
This fall ale blends freshly-baked pumpkin pie with nutmeg, cinnamon and allspice, with notes of vanilla and chocolate.
Photo via Facebook/Bad Tom Smith Brewing
March First Brewing’s Holtman’s Apple Fritter Cider
7885 E. Kemper Road, Sycamore
In collaboration with Holtman’s Donuts, March First has created a seasonal favorite of the cider variety with their Apple Fritter Cider. Brewed with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla, this has all of the flavors of fall. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

March First Brewing’s Holtman’s Apple Fritter Cider

7885 E. Kemper Road, Sycamore
In collaboration with Holtman’s Donuts, March First has created a seasonal favorite of the cider variety with their Apple Fritter Cider. Brewed with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla, this has all of the flavors of fall.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Listermann Brewing Company Basic
1621 Dana Ave., Norwood
Listermann has delivered their own twist on pumpkin spice with their milkshake IPA, Basic. Brewed with Jarrylo and Centennial hops, pumpkin, vanilla, coffee and spices, the flavor is anything but basic. This limited fall specialty will not be around for long but is available in cans or on tap at Listermann Brewing Company. (Uggs not included.)
Photo via Facebook/ListermannBrewing

Listermann Brewing Company Basic

1621 Dana Ave., Norwood
Listermann has delivered their own twist on pumpkin spice with their milkshake IPA, Basic. Brewed with Jarrylo and Centennial hops, pumpkin, vanilla, coffee and spices, the flavor is anything but basic. This limited fall specialty will not be around for long but is available in cans or on tap at Listermann Brewing Company. (Uggs not included.)
Photo via Facebook/ListermannBrewing
DogBerry Brewing’s Campfire Story
9964 Crescent Park Drive, West Chester
DogBerry Brewing is back with its seasonal Campfire Story, crafted to rekindle memories of sitting by the fire cooking up s’mores. Flavor profile includes chocolate, lingering sweetness and a mild cherrywood smoke flavor on the finish. Photo via Facebook/DogBerryBrewing

DogBerry Brewing’s Campfire Story

9964 Crescent Park Drive, West Chester
DogBerry Brewing is back with its seasonal Campfire Story, crafted to rekindle memories of sitting by the fire cooking up s’mores. Flavor profile includes chocolate, lingering sweetness and a mild cherrywood smoke flavor on the finish.
Photo via Facebook/DogBerryBrewing
Darkness Brewing Black Pumpkin Ale 
224 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue
The folks down at Darkness Brewing have brought back their popular black pumpkin beer, Blumpkin. Clocking in at 7.1 percent ABV, this boozy pumpkin beer will warm anyone up on a cool fall evening. Brewed with real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices, Blumpkin is available on tap for a limited time.  
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Darkness Brewing Black Pumpkin Ale

224 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue
The folks down at Darkness Brewing have brought back their popular black pumpkin beer, Blumpkin. Clocking in at 7.1 percent ABV, this boozy pumpkin beer will warm anyone up on a cool fall evening. Brewed with real pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices, Blumpkin is available on tap for a limited time.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger