Fall Beer in Cabarrus County, NC

October 27, 2020

Look forward to fun flavors all season long with new releases from these local breweries!

As autumn brings crisp air and bright colors to the Carolinas, master brewers in Cabarrus County are offering up limited edition hoppy goodness. Add these seasonal beer releases to your list of new brews to sample, and tell us which ones are your favorite!

Headless Horseman from Buzzed Viking Brewery

The perfect beer for cool fall evenings, this Imperial Pumpkin Ale is spooky goodness in a glass.

Movie Snacks from Cabarrus Brewing Company

Just like seeing a movie at the historic movie theatre it honors, enjoying this Candy Stout is a real treat.

Pounder from High Branch Brewing Company

Wrapped in Carolina Panthers colors, this Hazy Pale Ale is the perfect companion to your gameday snack spread.

Local Patriot from Old Armor Beer Company

This Coffee Porter features chocolate, vanilla and coffee from Local Patriot Roasting Co., coming soon to Downtown Kannapolis.

Mocha Magic from Old Well Brewing

Aged for one year in bourbon barrels from the neighboring local distillery, this small-batch Imperial Stout is not-to-be-missed.

Roberta from Percent Tap House

Fruity, peppery and floral, this German-style Altbier is just one of Percent’s new releases to add to your list.

Pumpkin Jitters from Pharr Mill Brewing

This Pumpkin Spice Latte Ale combines the essential fall flavors of pumpkin and vanilla with fresh roasted coffee.

Promise Land from Red Hill Brewing Company

This Salted Fig & Honey Milk Stout captures the essence of the season in one delicious brew.

Electro Platypus Totally Sconed from Twenty-Six Acres Brewing Company

Homemade scones, roasted pecans, cranberries, orange peel, cinnamon, and vanilla come together for a true fall refreshment.

Butter Basher Punkin Smasher from Southern Strain Brewing Company

Fresh, locally grown butternut squash is the star in this vanilla spiced fall beer.


Which fall brews are your favorite? Use #VisitCabarrus to share photos of what you’re sipping this season. Hungry? Sample seasonal menus across Cabarrus County!

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