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5 most-wanted candy beers

Peanut butter cup, candy bar milk stout, sponge candy, oh my!
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Photo by Jess Suworoff for DRAFT

Photo by Jess Suworoff for DRAFT

Trick or treat! These are the candy-inspired beers that inspire sugar-rush levels of excitement from beer fans.

Fate Candy Bar Milk Stout: A GABF medalist, draft-only Arizona release reminiscent of a Snickers that fans literally line up for each October.

Willoughby Peanut Butter Cup Coffee Porter: A year-round, draft-only release available in to-go crowlers from the northern Ohio brewpub.

Resurgence Sponge Candy Stout: Real chocolate-covered sponge candy (Google it) flavors this year-round Buffalo, N.Y. brew; look for a bottled imperial version in November.

4 Hands Absence of Light: Formerly known as Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout, this beer gets a new name, look and higher ABV (7%) this fall.

Karl Strauss Peanut Butter Cup Porter: A coveted draft and bottle release available between late October and mid-December.

 

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Kate Bernot is DRAFT’s beer editor. Reach her at kate.bernot[at]draftmag.com.

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