Five North Texas Beers to Drink This Fall

Fall has never, ever looked like this in Dallas.
Fall has never, ever looked like this in Dallas.

In today's highly saturated beer market, many breweries release seasonals to differentiate themselves, increase their exposure, or maybe because they're already bored of their two-year-old standard. Either way, here's a list of five seasonals to look for in Dallas-Fort Worth this Fall.

Do you feel lucky, Punk? Do you?
Do you feel lucky, Punk? Do you?

Lakewood Brewing Co. --

Do not get in this goat's grill, he's already angry.
Do not get in this goat's grill, he's already angry.
Rahr and Sons Facebook

Rahr & Sons -- Angry Goat Weizenbock

It's Coming For You.
It's Coming For You.

Deep Ellum Brewing Co. -- Gourdzilla

This one won't be out until late October, but it's worth the wait. Last fall saw the debut of Gourdzilla, an English brown ale brewed with smoked pumpkins, sweet potatoes, maple syrup, and spices. My only knock on Gourdzilla is that its ABV seems high -- after a Thanksgiving feast, 7.5 ABV is going to be a dagger on my senses and put me down for a nap. A tasty, tryptophan-and-booze induced nap. 


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