Autumn Arch Beer Project is a local small-batch, experimental brewery located in Newark Delaware specializing in deep flavor profiles, edgy bitterness, and complex relationships. With fervent attention to fundamental brewing principles, a respect for traditional styles, and an entrepreneurial spirit, Autumn Arch produces ales, lagers, and sour beers of the highest character. Our brewery and family-friendly tasting room share the same space, placing you, the beer drinker, in close proximity to the beer brewing process.


810 Pencader Drive Suite C
Newark, DE, 19702
United States


(302) 294-1126

Th 3p – 10p
Fr 3p – 11p
12p – 11p
Su 12p – 8p



Widespread Panic IPA
This beer is a variation of our first New England style IPA, Second Law.  We went the extra mile by re-fermenting on top of Blackberries and Passion fruit, giving this beer a massive fruit forward aroma that pairs perfectly with the subtle citrus hop flavors and soft New England mouthfeel.    
Widespread Panic refers to the emotional rollercoaster the Autumn Arch team experienced during the release of our hazy IPA, Second Law.  Although we were ecstatic from the customer reception towards our first hazy IPA, panic quickly set in as we watched nearly half the batch disappear in the first days after the release.   Luckily we were able to rearrange our entire brew schedule and keep this style of beer flowing. Crisis averted, but the feeling of widespread panic still lingers.
6.5% ABV

Tripoint Pale Ale
A subtle tribute to the FUNKY aspect of our mantra.  We created a sessionable pale ale for the summer with a slight twist - using a wild yeast strain (combined with our hazy IPA yeast), Tripoint achieves a modest funk character and a fruit-forward flavor profile.
The Tripoint is a the exact location where Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania meet.  There is a stone marker at the location, which was originally defined by astronomers Mason and Dixon.
5% ABV

Modern Day Monk
This Belgian Tripel pours with a yellow-gold color, a yeast haze, and a pure white head. It has a slightly spicy flavor with hints of clove and pepper coming from the Bastogne yeast.
9% ABV

Roll Cage Mary
The Russian Imperial Stout is the heavy weight fighter of the stout family. This beer balances the higher alcohol content with a flavorful malt body and hints of coffee and chocolate.
Roll Cage Mary” is a tribute to the inhospitable conditions in Antarctica where winter is about to begin. A statue of the Virgin Mary is protected from high winds and snow with this roll cage. Think about that when sipping this delightful stout (ideally while lounging in your Hawaiian shirt and flip flops).
10% ABV

Newark State of Mind
A west coast Double IPA. Clean malt character and a ton of hops. A bitterness that lingers with every sip and a massive dry hopping of Columbus hops for a piney aroma.
8% ABV

This IPA has a heavier malt back bone than its west coast counterparts giving it a stronger golden orange color. This IPA also ditched the classic California Ale yeast in favor of an English yeast. Amarillo hops give it a more floral and tropical aroma.
6% ABV

American Blonde
This blonde ale is a light and refreshing alternative to the domestic lager. Pours with a light copper color and a solid head. A clean yeast and malt profile, with a hint of honey from the malt.
4.8% ABV

Ride Lots
A golden saison with a slight yeast haze. The grain bill is comprised of a simple malt blend with a hint of rye. The fruity ester flavors are from a yeast strain harvested in the Walloon region of Belgium.
Eddy Merckx was one of the most accomplished competitive cyclists in the history of the sport. A reporter once asked Eddy what advice he would give to aspiring riders. His wry reply - “Ride lots.”
5.5% ABV


Harvest Ridge Wines
Craft Root Beer
Soft Drinks
Juice Pouches


Thursday June 13

KONO Pizza

Friday June 14
The Flying Deutschman

Saturday June 15
Bucky’s BBQ

Sunday June 16
The Little Guy That Cooked


What beers do you make?
We boldly brew all styles of beer, but we are particularly fond of American IPAs, sour beer, and obscure German lagers.

Are kids welcome in the tasting room?
Indeed they are! We have several swell board games, a corn hole set, and root beer on tap for the enjoyment of kids and adults.

Are dogs welcome in the tasting room?
Yes, well-behaved dogs are welcome on Sundays! But there are a couple ground rules and best practices:
- Dogs on Sundays only
- Must be leashed at all times
- Must be comfortable in a slightly noisy environment
- Rowdy dogs will be asked to leave

Can I purchase growlers to go?

Can I get my own growler filled (Because I have 30 of them)?
We don’t discriminate on growler brand, so go ahead and bring your Pliny the Elder, 1st Edition 64oz growler. We’ll bask in the splendor together. Just make sure your growler has the appropriate warning label. #governmentrules

Do you have food?
We have food trucks on premises quite frequently! Check out the food schedule.

Can I bring food?
Yes, we are a BYOF brewery.

Is it easy to park?
Hell yes. Choose from the myriad of spots at the front, back, and sides of our 5400 sqft warehouse.

Can I have a private event there?
We can accommodate large private events in our tasting room Monday through Wednesday. We do not hold events during regular open tasting room hours. Send us an email with what you are planning!

When can I take a tour of the brewery?
We have a tour schedule coming soon. But we also have an open brewery layout, so you can check out everything in the brewery from the comfort of the tasting room.