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Fall beer releases from Richmond, VA breweries

Many mainstays of Richmond beer have several pints available for lager lovers to stout stans.

Starr Hill Fall Beer Releases

Starr Hill Beer Hall and Rooftop is selling these steins along with its six fall season beers.

Photo via @starrhillrva

It’s time to switch from your citrus fruit brews to flavors full of fall wonder with these brews new (or returning soon) to taps around Richmond.

Bonus: We threw in a "🍻" to show which brews we’re excited to imbibe.

Starr Hill Beer Hall & Rooftop, 3406 W Leigh St.

  • Festie | Oktoberfest lager
  • Last Leaf | Malty brown maple ale
  • Moon Blinked | Sangria sour ale with blackberry + raspberry 🍻
  • Wicked Harvest | Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Legend Brewing, 321 W. 7th St.

  • Vampire Red IPA | A malted caramel ale with a crimson finish, named after the legend of the 1925 Richmond Vampire 🍻
  • Oktoberfest | Marzen-style lager with caramel + honey

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, 2410 Ownby Ln. + 820 Sanctuary Trail Dr.

  • Farmhouse Pumpkin | Saison made with VA-grown sugar pie pumpkins 🍻
  • Rum Barrel Pumpkin | Ale brewed in rum barrels with molasses
  • Benny & the Fest | A twist on a Marzen lager

Richbrau Brewing, 5 S. 20th St.

  • Richbrau Festbier | Dark Amber Marzen-style lager 🍻

Isley Brewing Co., 1715 Summit Ave.

  • 9 Times | Hazy IPA in honor of Isley’s 9th birthday
  • Rudolph the Red Ale Reinbeer | Holiday-spiced Irish Red Ale 🍻

Benchtop Brewing Co., 34 Hull St.

  • Tormenta Negra | Dunkel lager made with Indian Corn grown on the Eastern Shore
  • Mordred’s Void | Imperial stout with flavors of banana, roasted pecans + vanilla

Ardent Craft Ales, 3200 W. Leigh St.

  • Sweet Potato & Sage Saison | An earthy saison brew with autumn spice
  • Festbier | Traditional bready German lager

Intermission Beer Company, 10089 Brook Rd.

  • ArtoberFest | German lager made in collaboration with CultureWorks for artoberVA
  • All Hallow Ale | Amber Harvest Ale with maple + cinnamon releasing this weekend 🍻

Bryant’s Dry Cider & Brewery, 2114 E. Main St.

  • Pumpkin Spice Cider | Flavored with hints of blood orange and hibiscus
  • “Not a Sausage” Vienna Lager | A malty red-tinted beer that feels cozy
  • Blue Ridge Sunset IPA | A hoppy beer even lager lovers have approved.
  • “Ale Yeah” Amber Ale | Easy to drink along with an Oktoberfest bratwurst. 🍻

Want another round? Let us know your favorite fall pints from around the River City.

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