Your Personal Halloween Variety Pack of Craft Beers

Goblins, Gould and Gourds – a guide to scary good beers for your Halloween 12-Pack

Humboldt House Jack O' Lanterns

These are gourds. They might also be goblins or ghouls.

Halloween is prime time for scaring your friends into drinking devilishly delicious craft brews. This Halloween Variety Pack should help you bring that house party to the next level. Consider each of these bottles a love potion that will convert the non-believers to craft—forever. Get the full guide on Eventbrite.com/Rally.  

Goblins – beers inspired by a mischievous, ugly, dwarflike creature of folklore

HopDevil IPA from Victory – Bold, bitter, moderately boozy

Tripel Witch Belgian-style Triple from Rooster Fish – Strong, sweet, mellow

Nosferatu Imperial Red Ale from Great Lakes – Hoppy, boozy, bready

Strawman Farmhouse Cider from Angry Orchard – Wine-like, apple, oaky

Ghouls – beers that double as evil spirits or phantoms, especially those that rob graves and feed on dead bodies

Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout from Left Hand – Smooth, chocolatey, boozy

Zombie Dust American Pale Ale from Three Floyds – Juicy, hoppy, smooth

Reaper Vs. Unicorn American Barleywine from Pipeworks – Strong, sweet, spicy

Dead Ringer Oktoberfest Lager from Ballast Point – Lightly sweet, toffee, caramel

Gourds –  crop plants in the family Cucurbitaceae, namely pumpkins, make their way into these brews

The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale from Flying Dog – Spiced, sweet, pumpkin pie

Black O’Lantern Pumpkin Stout from Wasatch – Unfiltered, mild, pumpkin

Ichabod Pumpkin Ale from New Holland – Mild, light, pumpkin

Pumpking Imperial Pumpkin Ale from Southern Tier – Pumpkin, pie spice, Halloween

These terrifying and tasty brews are described in more detail on Rally.

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