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Fall’s New Bevs and Brews

Whether you plan to celebrate fall with football tailgating or barhopping around ATL, these new sips are sure to spice up your short days and long nights.

Red Hare’s new variety pack has a brew for everyone.

Splitting Hares
Splitting Hares, the new 12-can variety pack from Red Hare Brewing Company, lets you stock the big-game cooler with cold brews for every taste. The pack includes four Long Day Lagers, Watership Browns and Gangway IPAs. Available at Mac’s Beer and Wine, 21 Peachtree Place NW, redharebrewing.com

Vikingfjord Vodka
Kick the evening up a notch with a cocktail starring Norway’s ubercool Vikingfjord vodka. This gluten-free bev pairs great with seasonal flavors like apple cider or cinnamon liqueur. Available at Czar Ice Bar, 56 E. Andrews Drive NW, vikingfjord.com

The Lightning Bolt
With a new can design, locally-made coffee-infused energy drink Whynatte is better than ever. If you prefer yours after-hours instead of the AM, this refreshing ’tail features Whynatte, spiced rum and RumChata. Available at North Highland Pub, 469 North Highland Ave. NE, whynatte.com

The Mountain Man
Top Flr’s master mixologist can now be found behind the bar at P’Cheen, where he’s serving up this original concoction of apple pie-infused moonshine, Irish whiskey, simple syrup and more—head over to Old Fourth Ward to sip for yourself. Available at P’Cheen, 701-5 Highland Ave. NE, pcheen.com

Paint Nite
Since this social painting soiree hit the ATL, the creative juices (and drinks) have been flowing. For two hours, sip premium libations while a professional artist walks you through creating unique works of art. Grab your pals and a paintbrush—the event takes place at different spots around town several nights a month. Various locations, paintnite.com