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Seasonal Brews Now Available at Norwich's Top Beer Store October 10, 2018

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Seasonal Brews Now Available at Norwich's Top Beer Store, Norwich, Connecticut

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of fall? Some may think about outdoor activities, such as corn mazes and hayrides, while others might consider colorful leaves and chillier temperatures to be the better part of the season. But, what about seasonal brews? Universal Discount Package Store, a popular beer store in New London County, CT, has stocked up on the latest products and invites you to discover a whole new world of beverages that feature signature fall flavors.

What Fall Beers Are Available This Season?

German brews are a top choice this season at Universal Discount Package Store. They’ve got a vast selection of Oktoberfest beers made by some of the leading brewers in the industry, including Two Roads™, Hofbrau™, Hacker-Pschorr™, Goose Island™, and Yuengling™. These are amber lagers that offer a medium body with a dry finish.

beer storeOther options that are available at this local beer store include Harpoon™ Flannel Friday, which is a hoppy amber ale, and Harpoon UFO Pumpkin Wheat, which is an unfiltered pumpkin ale that takes your taste buds directly to the pumpkin patch. The same goes for Two Roads Roadsmary’s Baby Pumpkin Ale, Thimble Island™ Dark Pumpkin Porter, and Southern Tier Brewery™ Warlock Pumpkin Stout. However, the latter two brews are slightly dark in color and provide a more robust pumpkin flavor.

Are There Any Seasonal Spirits in Stock?

You can find several seasonal products in the spirits section of the beer store. One of the most popular is Fulton’s Harvest™ Pumpkin Pie Cream liqueur, which seamlessly blends the smooth accents of vanilla and brown sugar with the flavor of pumpkin pie. Bellarae™ Amaretto also supplies the tastes of the season with its essences of almond buttercream and cinnamon.

For those who enjoy a little extra kick in their drink, the Hellboy™ Cinnamon Whiskey should do the trick. This traditional corn whiskey is craft distilled and features a cinnamon flavor that gives it the signature spice. Another option is the Broken Bell™ Whiskey, which is exclusive to Universal Discount Package Store. It’s a bourbon whiskey that provides heat and contains a subtle hint of vanilla and butterscotch.

Stop by Universal Discount Package Store today and stock up for the season! With an 8,000-square-foot facility filled with all sorts of beers, wine, and spirits, you should have no trouble finding exactly what you’re looking for. These professionals also excel at customer service and will be happy to provide any assistance you may require locating a particular product. Call (860) 889-6555 to speak with a representative, or visit the beer store’s website for more information about the brews they have available.

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