Trick Or Treat! Our Top 5 Spooky Halloween Products

Halloween is the time where we like to have a little fun, with parties and practical jokes galore. We’re no different here at The Pip Stop which is why we’ve put together this list of our top five spooky products to get your Halloween party going in style.

TRICK – Durham Brewery Hellfire – £4.49

Definitely a winter warmer. The deliciously bold flavours of Durham Brewery’s Russian Stout colliding with Naga and Mullato chilli for a cacophony of bite.

It pours a luxurious black with heady aromas of coffee, before making way for treacle toffee flavours and a warm, spicy finish.

A perfect beer for after a meal, definitely not to be drank with curry.

TREAT – Bats Blood Merlot – SALE £7.99

Grown in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, right in the back yard of the Count himself, this single grape Merlot is untitled (1 of 2)the perfect party wine.

A total crowd pleaser, luscious and easy drinking this Merlot is packed with red fruit flavours and a touch of residual sugar to add a jammy quality to the fruit.

If you’re in the giving mood why not treat the monster in your life to one of the stylish coffin gift sets, now just £14.99.

TREAT – Beavertown Stingy Jack – £2.69

A delightful spiced pumpkin ale, presented in a textured can with Beavertown’s usual quirky doodles.

Malty flavours are topped off with the addition of maple glazed roast pumpkin and autumnal spices for a deliciously different taste.

TREAT – Brooklyn Pumpkin Ale – £1.99

Traditionally, Americans were known to use pumpkins as a natural brewing ingredient. When they were blended with barley malt pumpkins proved a nutritious and flavourful alternative to hops, and in the autumn there were plenty of them.

The Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin Ale revives this tradition, blending hundreds of pumpkins with the mash to give a beer with an orange hue and huge pumpkin aromas, before a biscuity malt flavour.

TREAT – Flying Dog The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale – £3.59

Brewed with the addition of Pumpkin Puree and autumn spices, this Imperial Stout is reminiscent of pumpkin pie, making it a perfect accompaniment to any autumnal food.

The bottle itself definitely won’t look out of place at any party. Play a game of beer trick or treat by pouring The Fear into a glass beside a glass of Hellfire to give your guests a true trick or treat experience.

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