Breakfast Cereal Ale 1.11 in a bowl of cereal
Breakfast Cereal Ale 1.11 by Abjuration Brewing, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Abjuration Brewing
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Trick-or-Treat a Bit Longer with these Three Sweet Pittsburgh Brews!

Trick-or-Treat a Bit Longer with these Three Sweet Pittsburgh Brews!

Breakfast Cereal Ale 1.11 in a bowl of cereal
Breakfast Cereal Ale 1.11 by Abjuration Brewing, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Abjuration Brewing
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    So, it’s all over, right? We’ve celebrated, trick-or-treated, and embraced all things spooky season. Ready to move on? Heck no! Personally, I’m holding on to these Halloween vibes as long as I can. It’s my favorite holiday, after all. Here are some brews I need to continue these spooky vibes juuust a big longer. 

    Beer 1: Abjuration BrewingBreakfast Cereal Ale 1.11. This is one of my favorite series that Abjuration offers and I feel like it’s been way too long since I’ve had one! This 5% iteration is conditioned with cereal, oat milk, and Madagascar vanilla beans. This version features a certain spooky monster cereal that you may have loved as much as I did as a child! 

    Beer 2: Hitchhiker BrewingHalf Sweet, Half Nuts. This imperial stout is a brand new brew for Hitchhiker that is perfect for that post-Halloween candy eating vibe we all are in right now. Inspired by the fun size (who named it that anyway?) candy bars we pass out Trick-or-treating, this is brewed with roasted caramel malts and milk sugar. Conditioned on peanut butter, cocoa nibs, caramel and hazelnut, this 8.5% beer sounds amazingly tasty! Grab a can or draft to satisfy your post-Halloween sweet tooth! 

    Beer 3: Four Points BrewingNew Fangs. And we’ll end things with a big old double IPA. Want to offset all of the sweet with something nice and hop-forward? This is your brew. An 8% brew, this is heavily hopped with citra and strata and goes down amazingly easy for a beer this big. Tasting big, dank, and tropical, this is a dang good beer that has quickly become a seasonal favorite of mine! I’ll be back for more, Four Points! 

    Yes, the Holiday is over, but my spirit will be firmly planted in Halloween for a little bit longer and these tasty beers are certain to help! What did you enjoy this Halloween night? Let me know in the comments! 

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