Spooktacular October Events for Craft Beer Enthusiasts

Updated October 22, 2019
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Don’t let the kids have all the fun this October; while they’re trick-or-treating for candy you can be expanding your craft beer repertoire. Wilmington is featuring several spooktacular October events that are a must attend for craft beer enthusiasts. Check this list to see if you can attend an event and get involved in the Halloween festivities.

Monsters & Malts Movie Fest at Penn Cinema on the Riverfront — Penn Cinema is once again teaming up with local brewers for special screenings of classic monster movies paired with craft beer samples to raise money for local charities. This year’s Fest will be on Oct. 18 and 19, with screenings of “Young Frankenstein,” “Friday the 13th,” “Monster Squad” (all ages with root beer for the kids), “Gremlins” and “Evil Dead,” with brews by 2SP Brewing Company and Midnight Oil Brewing Company. More info.

Boo‘n Brew at Trolley Tap House — Once the heart of the Halloween Loop, Trolley Square in Wilmington is keeping it laid back this year with a family-friendly pumpkin carving event on Oct. 20 that includes either a fall seasonal beer or a kid’s meal, plus additional specials on seasonal pumpkin brews. More info.

Stitch’s Spooktacular Beer Dinner — Stitch House Brewery in Wilmington is offering a spooky cocktail hour followed by a five-course, Halloween-themed dinner with Stitch House brew pairing. Seats are limited. More info here.

Blue Earl Brewing’s 5th Annual Hoppy Halloween Party — The Smyrna brewery will be releasing a special Hoppy Halloween beer on Oct. 26 to go along with a costume contest and live music from Tyler Green & Friends and Hoochi Coochi.

Argilla Brewing Company’s Halloween with Lower Case Blues — Located at Pietro’s Pizza on Kirkwood Highway in Newark, the Oct. 26 event starts at 8 p.m.

Bellefonte Halloween Candy and Beer Pairing — Bellefonte Brewing Company in Wilmington will offer these special Halloween tastings on Oct. 27. More info here.

Midnight Oil Brewing Company — Horrifying Hours, from 5 to 11 p.m. on Halloween night will offer a dollar discount to patrons wearing costumes on pints, including Sleepover Mexican Hot Chocolate Stout, which releases that day.

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