Lover of all things pumpkin this fall season? We've got five fun places in South Jersey where you can get your fill of pumpkin brews!

Our friends at Press of Atlantic City suggest heading to these drinking establishments toy to sip on pumpkin beer:


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    Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House

    Vagabonds features Dogfish Head Punkin Ale, Neshaminy Creek Punkless Dunkel, Riverhorse Hipp-O-Lantern and Southern Tier Imperial Pumking, and a whole slew of pumpkin options including Ichabod’s Return, Schlafly Pumpkin Ale, Shipyard Pumpkinhead Ale, Smuttynose Pumpkin Ale, Stevens Point Whole Hog Pumpkin Ale and Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale.

    Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House is located at 672 N. Trenton Ave. in Atlantic City.

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    Motts Creek Inn

    Saddle up to the bar and wash those nerves away with a delicious copper-hued pint of Dogfishhead Punkin Ale, which is currently available on tap.

    Motts Creek Inn: 200 E. Motts Creek Road in Galloway Township.

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    Old Oar House

    If you are looking for a change from your normal Guinness, give the Flying Dog “The Fear” Imperial Pumpkin Ale a whirl. Brewed with a blend of fall spices, it’s just what you are searching for on a crisp autumn night. Also on tap are Glasstown Clash of Pumpkins and Dogfishhead Punkin Ale among an impressively long list of others.

    Old Oar House is at 123 N. High St. in Millville.

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    Tropicana’s Firewaters is enticing beer lovers and local Halloweenheads alike with its top-notch selection of pumpkin brews. This year’s list includes Leinenkugel Shandy — a rarity among pumpkin beers, as it adds a fruity lemon element not often found in the more traditional seasonal ales. Other pumpkin options include Southern Tier Pumking, Shipyard Pumpkinhead and Saranac Pumpkin Ale.

    Firewaters is located in the Tropicana Casino and Resort, 2198 Boardwalk, Atlantic City.

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    Fred and Ethel’s Lantern Light Tavern

    The star of the pumpkin show here is their Pumpkin Martini, a perfect cocktail for when you want to look sophisticated, but are also dressed up as the Wolfman. Vodka and pumpkin go together like witches and brooms.

    Fred and Ethel’s Lantern Light Tavern is located at 1 N. New York Road in Smithville Village.