2018 Fall Beer Releases of Eastern Canada
Here is a list of beers being released in Eastern Canada in the months of September and October. This list consists of brand new 2018 autumn beers, seasonal beers that come out every year, and limited time only beers! Head over to your local liquor store, brewery, or beer market to try these new (and old) Canadian fall beers.
By The Beer Community on Sep. 01, 2018
Newfoundland & Labrador Fall Beers:
The Perfect Fall Beers 🍂🍺
New Brunswick Autumn Beer Releases:
Tasty, Fall, Local Brews 🍺👍
London Stout – Moosehead Breweries
Mountain Spruce Golden Ale – Moosehead Breweries
Sugar Bush Black Lager – Moosehead Breweries
Stone Fruit White IPA – Moosehead Breweries
Ten Penny Stock Ale – Moosehead Breweries
Terroir Canadian Farmhouse Ale – Valonray Farmhouse Brewery
2018 Fall Beers From Nova Scotia
East Coast Seasonal Beers 😍🍺
Dare To Dream – 2 Crows Brewing Co.
Thunderdome – 2 Crows Brewing Co.
Lizard Queen – Good Robot Brewing Company, Garrison Brewing Company and Gahan House
Hurricane Juan Double IPA – Spindrift Brewing Company
PEI Seasonal Fall Beers of 2018:
The Newest Beers of Prince Edward Island ‼️🍻
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