Feeling so thirsty you could drink an entire pumpkin, a potion or an IV bag? Look no further than the Loreley Beer Garden’s Haunted Beer Garden Pop-up opening Oct. 14.
At this haunted pop-up, you can sample a variety of spooky drinks. The pumpkin keg is an actual pumpkin filled with 60 ounces of Southern Tier Brewing Company’s Imperial Pumpkin Ale. Sip a Magic Potion Margarita, made with butterfly pea powder infused tequila, triple sec, lemon and lime served in two potion bottles that create a plume of smoke when mixed. Order a Bloody IV Bag and get an actual IV bag filled with rum punch and cherry juice. For a taste fall, consider the Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Martini or the Pumpkin Sangria Bourbon Cider. Warm up with the Hot Bourbon Cider or the Glühwein (mulled wine).
Enjoy the heated outdoor garden, streetside seating or indoor dining decorated with pumpkins, cobwebs, ghosts, corpses hanging from the ceiling, possessed babies and more.
The Halloweekend event at Loreley Beer Garden on Oct. 28 is a Day of the Dead Party from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., in which guests will have the opportunity to match the staff in getting their Halloween makeup done. Enter the Loreley Beer Garden Costume Contest on Oct. 29, for a chance to place in the top three and win a gift card ranging from $50 to $250. Festivities on Halloween night (Oct. 31) include happy hour until 10 p.m. and half-priced pumpkin keg refills until 8 p.m.