Five Frighteningly Delicious Halloween Beers

Whether you are stocking up for a party or spending the night on the couch watching a scary movie marathon, these frighteningly delicious craft beers will be sure to complete your Halloween.

And for maximum Halloween fun, pair these brews with spooky snacks. Trust us, Meatball Monster Sliders washed down with Old Wives Ales Blood Moon Red IPA will have you howling for more!

Here are our top five beers for Halloween 2019.

Epic Hop Zombie
Hops have taken over the world. Permeated the senses of the minions. Hop Zombies now roam the streets. Lupulin ichor oozing from ravaged legions. Gorging, gouging, masticating. Salivating over insane hop flavours and aromas. The time is nigh. No more festering away in hopless oblicion. Join the Hop Zombie Revolution.

De Moersleutel Antifreeze 
Not for the faint of heart. On the nose you get aromas of spicy, heavy roasted malts with lots of dark chocolate, cocoa and loads of molasses. Flavour is as heavy as it looks, burning alcohol accompanied by strong spicy palate, very heavy malty body, dark chocolate and cocoa, molasses, plus some salty liquorice peeks through on the lingering aftertaste. Also how good is the skull topper! 

Old Wives Ales Blood Moon Red IPA
Jam packed with American hops, this beer is dank, piney and resinous up front, with fruity and floral aromas lingering in the background. Balancing the hops, the malt bill is bready with light toffee and just a suggestion of roast. The bitterness is smooth and long, checked by just the right amount of sweetness.

Deeds/Tallboy & Moose All Work & No Play DDH Hazy DIPA
“All work and no play” can definitely make you a dull boy, especially in brewing.  But luckily, Tallboy and Moose and Deeds Brewing know how to have a play.  And it starts with a hazy DIPA and accelerates when you look at combing Amarillo, Vic Secret, and Simcoe into a massive dry hop of 40 g/L.

De Moersleutel Smeerolie Mexicake
An Imperial Stout with vanilla, cinnamon, cacao nibs and ahumado chipotle peppers.