Try These Winter Beers by Dayton Breweries Before The Season Ends
The holidays are here, and a great way to spread some seasonal cheer is sharing a festive pint with friends and family. Check out the new and returning seasonal beers by breweries across the area.
Devil Wind Brewing’s Steel-Cut Stout
There are plenty of flavors that scream winter time, and this oatmeal stout from Devil Wind Brewing is one of them. Rumor has it, this beer also comes in a peppermint variant!
Eudora Brewing Company’s A Special Wish Christmas Ale
Back for this season is Eudora’s A Special Wish Christmas Ale, an amber ale spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and orange peel. The brewer is in the giving spirit once again as proceeds from the sale of this brew are donated to the A Special Wish Foundation Dayton Chapter.
Dayton Beer Company’s Barrel Aged Christmas Stout
Looking for something a bit stronger? DBC’s Barrel Aged Christmas Stout delivers a sweet, heavy punch of cinnamon and will have you in the holiday spirit in no time.
Lock 27 Brewing’s Cranberry Orange Blonde Ale & Spruce Tip IPA
There is double the amount of holiday cheer flowing at Lock 27 this year, with two seasonal choices: Not Your Average Christmas Ale (a cranberry and orange flavored blonde) and Spruce Tip IPA.
Warped Wing Brewing Company’s Seasonal Beers
There’s a lot to choose from this time of year from Dayton brewing giants Warped Wing. Their classic Holiday Special is a light and sweet lager featuring hints of honey and nutmeg. There’s also the new Whiskey Rebellion Stout, aged in bourbon barrels and coming in four varieties. And we can’t forget to mention Esther’s Li’l Secret is back for 2022 as a Caramel Pecan Scotch Ale brewed with Boston Stoker’s Highlander Grogg Coffee. So many choices, so little time.
Yellow Springs Brewery’s Magical Moments
This season is all about being around those you love, and this Winter Warmer Ale is the perfect pairing for a night with those you cherish most. Featuring a dark malt profile with slight sweetness and a dry finish, this is one worth seeking out before it warms up outside.