Food & Drink

Philly’s 5 best new fall-inspired drinks

Exposé once famously sang "seasons change, people change", but what doesn't change is that every season people want something new to drink, which is why so many sweet Philly bars and brewers are serving new fall-inspired beverages. Wonder which one'll be a hit? Try these five and find out...

Pumpkin Beer Shake

PYT (address and info)
Northern Liberties
The latest PYT shake does not disappoint: the Pumpkin Pie beer shake includes DEEP-FRIED PIE CRUST, Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale, and pumpkin spice liqueur.

Moving Parts 02

Victory Brewing Company (address and info)
Downingtown, PA
Set to hit shelves this month, Victory Brewing has a new recipe that features herbal hops and a hint of apple, perfect for pairing with Victory’s new cheddar cheese spreads.

Good & Plenty

Barren Hill Tavern & Brewery (address and info)
Lafayette Hill, PA 
The head brewer at Barren Hill Tavern has concocted new brews to try as the sun disappears, including Good & Plenty, which is aged on La Colombe coffee. Also try Oh My Gourd, which is spiced to be evocative of pumpkin pie.

Harvest Cranberry Bourbon

Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar (address and info)
University City
Harvest’s seasonal menu doesn’t stop with food: try the Harvest Cranberry Bourbon or Hard Apple Cider (spiked with spiced rum) to warm you right up.

Great Imperial Pumpkin Ale

Iron Hill Brewery (address and info)
Chestnut Hill
Iron Hill Brewery is always quick to serve the latest seasonal brews, but the star of the show is their seasonal Great Imperial Pumpkin Ale, a spicy medium-bodied brew that, unlike the actual Great Pumpkin, shows up every year.

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