The leaves are changing and greatness is brewing this fall in Reno Tahoe. At the same time as you enjoy the cozy environment of a luxury hotel in Reno, do not miss to check out these local breweries with must-try fall-inspired beers. There are dozens of local breweries and distilleries offering well-known favorites and seasonal specialties.
IMBIB is joining the fall festivities with their Fest Bier – a rich and malty Oktoberfest style large brewed special for the season. If German-style beer is your thing then we recommend the Munich Dunkel or Pan Is Alive, a traditional German Maibock. However, IMBIB is known for their sours, so do not pay your tab just yet until you have tried the Cherry-Cot Mango or Cucumber Key Lime Weisse. They have locations both in Reno and at Legends in Sparks.
In celebration of the largest beer festival of the world, Lead Dog Brewing is brewing up Fesbier, German Marzen made with German malts, hops and yeast using a traditional lagering process. You can grab a pint or 4-pack at both their Reno and Sparks locations.
This fall, The Brewer’s Cabinet is serving up a selection of seasonally-inspired brews that will satisfy any palate. Check out their pub or tap room locations on South Arlington, or their production brewery west o downtown, near to the Truckee River and a reputed Downtown Reno motel. The Brewer’s Cabinet Oktoberfest is a clean, malty larger than will inspire of the spirit of Oktoberfest itself with just a few sips.
Show your Wolf Pack Pride with their Wolf Pack Ale, part of a special collection celebrating Wolf Pack athletics. And of course, you can not at all go wrong with the local favorite, Dirty Wookie, an imperial American brown ale with notes of chocolate, toffee and raisin. Stop by for a pint or grab a 6-pack to go.
Pigeon Head Brewery, first larger brewery in Reno, offers quite a lot of year-round favorites as well as a regular rotation of seasonal beers. This fall, we recommend the Red Rye Lager, a hybrid German rye lager, or the Silver Sage Pale Ale, a Nevada-inspired beer with hints of citrus and sage. For a true autumnal beer drinking experience, check out their Oktoberfest or their Oatis Redding Oatmeal Cookie Red Ale, on tap and in 4-packs while supplies last.
For the oldest brewery in Nevada, Great Basin Brewing Company, the start of fall means it is time for beers inspired by the changing seasons. Truckee River Red, named in honor of the river that brings fresh Sierra water to the brewery, delivers a caramel sweetness with a slightly dry and crisp finish, making it an ideal pairing for a fall evening. Inspired by cool nights spent around a campfire with friends, the Firelit Haze Hazy IPA is rich in hoppiness without the bitterness.
Do you also want to try all of them? Simply book your room for rent in Reno at Kramer’s Midtown to maximize your trip!
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