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



Sans Pumpkin - Porter
Fall isn’t complete without a pumpkin-inspired beer.  We brewed a dark porter to capture the pumpkin spice essence commonly found in pies and lattes.  Although this beer tastes like a pumpkin pie, no pumpkins were harmed in the making of this beer; we saved those for actual pie!
ABV 7%

Mere Tenacity - Hazy IPA
The next Hazy IPA in our series is in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We started with a hazy recipe, then added nearly 30 pounds of Red Dragon Fruit and 40 pounds of Strawberry, creating an otherworldly pink Hazy IPA.
10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition in support of their vision to “create a community where every person diagnosed with breast cancer becomes a survivor”.
ABV 6%

Red Trail - IPA
We’re bringing back some East Coast style to our tap list with this Red IPA. Red Trail has more malt sweetness than our west coast IPAs, but is still crisp and refreshing. We also gave it a subtle bitterness and aroma profile using old school Centennial hops. Red Trail is named after the 2.5 mile loop in Fair Hill; a perfect loop to observe some of the amazing fall foliage.
ABV 6%

In-School Suspension - Kolsch
Do you have trouble choosing between an ale and a lager? Then go for the Kolsch. This beer is a hybrid between an ale and a lager - superbly smooth and crisp with just a hint of fruitiness. The Kolsch style was originally brewed in Cologne, Germany, and the brew team at Autumn Arch stayed fairly close to style and tradition with this one.
ABV 5%

Short Sentences - Hazy IPA
This hazy IPA is the sister to our “Strong Verbs” IPA (kicked 8-30-19). Short Sentences has low bitterness, a delicate mouthfeel, and is comprised of 100% El Dorado hops yielding a watermelon and stone fruit aroma.
We find the most effective modes of communication involve strong verbs and short sentences.  Don’t you?.
ABV 6%

Back to School Pale Ale
A simple, crisp, and light pale ale for the remaining weeks of summer. This beer is best enjoyed after a hard day of yard work, during a relaxing afternoon at the pool, or after braving the mall for the annual back-to-school shopping.
ABV 4.5%

Saturn V - IPA
Classic example of a West Coast IPA; crisp, refreshing, and focused on the hops.  We dialed back the bitterness and doubled down on the dry hopped aroma. A light and refreshing body was achieved by adding pilsner malt to the grain bill and using 100% Idaho 7 hops to provide citrus character in the bitterness and aroma.
Ford F150 - 450 horsepower
Tesla Model S - 588 horsepower
Saturn V Rocket - 160,000,000 horsepower

ABV 6%

Newark State of Mind - Double IPA
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

American Blonde Ale
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


Harvest Ridge Wines
Craft Root Beer
Soft Drinks
Juice Pouches


Thursday Oct 10

Sweet Eklair

Friday Oct 11
KOI on the GO

Saturday Oct 12
All Day
PRETZELS by Sweet Eklair

Sunday Oct 13



Thursday Oct 17 - KOI on the GO
Friday Oct 18 - Buckey’s BBQ
Saturday Oct 19 - KOI On The GO
Sunday Oct 20 - The Flying Deutschman


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 Friday. Send us an email at events@autumnarch.com for more information.

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.