The world of craft beer is rooted in creativity, and one of the ways that small and independent brewers showcase that creativity is through the creation of seasonal beers. Seasonal beers are a unique, fun way to capture the essence of a particular season. With more than 7,000 operating breweries in the United States, it can be difficult for beer lovers to stay up to date on the types of seasonal beers breweries are producing. We offer you a peek into new releases, and the return of some of your favorites, to help you stay on top of the world of seasonal beers.
Complete Coverage of the Many Types of Seasonal Beers
Our editors and contributors work hard to stay on top of the many types of seasonal beers that small and independent breweries produce. The different types of seasonal beers bring along a whole new world of tastes, and we work diligently to make sure that everyone who is interested knows about the seasonal beers that are currently on the market.
Seasonal beers adopt flavors and tastes from the seasons we experience. There are pumpkin beers for fall, citrus beers for summer, even floral notes for spring. Granted, many flavors may be carried by brands year-round, but when we come across a true stand-out seasonal beer, you’ll hear about it. The toughest part about discovering enticing seasonal beers goes hand in hand with what makes the process so exciting, and that’s the fact that they usually don’t stick around for long. You can trust us to keep you in the know, so you can focus on grabbing those seasonal beers to enjoy while they last, before returning to your favorites.
Finding the Perfect Match for your Seasonal Beer
Not unlike the food you eat, the beer that you drink changes with the season, as small brewers often enjoy incorporating fresh, seasonally varying ingredients as they become more easily available with the changing seasons. Finding the perfect meal to pair with your beer can be intimidating if you’re new to pairing, and that is a large part of the reason why we work hard to find those pairings for you. Everyone has a different palate, but consider our team to be your personal beer experts, capable of pointing you in the direction of the perfect pairing. Get started by checking out our Beer and Food Pairing Chart on CraftBeer.com.
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Alter Brewing Company bolsters its array of seasonal beers with the release of fan favorite Heavy Squeeze in 6-packs.Read More
Anderson Valley Brewing Company releases Tropical Hazy Sour, a low-cal and lower-carb beer for spring.Read More
Heavy Seas Beer will soon welcome the 2020 edition of Smooth Sail, an American wheat ale with citrus, available in both six-packs of 12oz cans and on draft.Read More
The goal of the holiday ale beer experience should have you asking yourself, “Do I have vision of sugar plums dancing in my head?”Read More
For the first time in Elevation Beer Company history, the famed Oil Man Imperial Stout is available in cans.Read More
These classic Christmas beers from craft breweries pair perfectly whether you’re looking to share a bottle with friends or enjoy as you’re decorating the house for the holidays.Read More
Fretboard is proud to announce the release of their fall seasonal, Klosterman Rye Bier, in collaboration with Cincinnati’s own Klosterman Baking Company.Read More
Great Divide Hopnaut Double Juicy IPA, releasing October 1. This beer replaces Hop Disciples IPA in the Tank Farm series lineup.Read More
Ska’s Euphoria Pale Ale hits shelves in thirteen states next week. This highly anticipated beer release serves as Durango’s unofficial kickoff into winter.Read More
Like all Pelican beers, Captain of the Coast is born by a team of craft beer makers known for brewing styles of beer that they themselves love to drink.Read More
It’s fast and furious, and a super special time of the year in the Pacific Northwest – Fresh Hop season!Read More
BALTIMORE – The “Uncharted Waters” series by Heavy Seas Beer will soon welcome the 2019 edition of Great’er Pumpkin, a bourbon barrel aged pumpkin ale with spices, available in both …Read More
We ask craft brewers to tell us about their favorite tailgate beers just in time or football season.Read More
Lone Tree Brewing Company welcomes back Pumpkin Ale, Pilsner and Cranberry Saison will be available on draft and in cans later this month.Read More
Bonfire Brewing has planned releases of Gyptoberfest Märzen Lager, GrapepHruit Kettle Sour Grapefruit IPA, and Sugar Speed Caramel Milk Stout.Read More
This summer Redding, California and the Shasta Cascade’s brewery scene is a fun way to spend an afternoon.Read More
Alter Brewing Company in suburban Chicago is getting the fest started this August with their fall seasonal lager Festbier. Inspired by the iconic brew served at Oktoberfest celebrations the world …Read More
Oktoberfest, a world-class German-style Lager, returns to Ska’s World Headquarters for the season on Friday, August 2.Read More
Heavy Seas Beer is excited to announce the fifth release from its 15 Barrel Brewhouse in 2019, Bmore Snoball, an Egg Custard Blonde Ale.Read More
Alter Brewing Company is thrilled to announce the 2019 release of Day Sipper, their summer seasonal lager, both on draft and in 6-pack cans.Read More