West Virginia seasonal foods & drinks that will warm your spirit this holiday season

As the temperatures drop and the holiday season arrives, seasonal food and drink begins appearing throughout the Mountain State. These delicious treats are only available for a limited time so be sure to try them before it’s too late!

Big Timber Frost Notch

Big Timber Brewing Company in Elkins is primarily known for its Porter and IPA, but each winter it produces its seasonal Frost Notch beer. Frost Notch can be found on draft in many bars and restaurants across the Mountain State throughout winter.

Moxxee Coffee Stout

A creation made in partnership between Bridge Brew Works and Moxxee Coffee, the Moxxee Coffee Stout is produced each winter and is a blend of bittersweet coffee and espresso, along with Bridge Brew Works’ hometown stout. It has seasonal, wintry tastes with a kick that is sure to wake you up!

Batton Hollow Winter White

Batton Hollow Winery in Lost Creek is home to many different red and white wines but are also popular for their seasonal wines. Their Winter White is released each November, and it barely makes it through the holidays. Winter White is a hot commodity around the holiday season, so make sure you try it before it runs out!

Tibbenham Chocolate Covered Cherries

Hand-made in Barboursville, Tibbenham chocolate covered cherries are renown around the state. Owner Michelle Hill has more than two decades of experience as a confectioner and chef, and she produces what many consider to be the best chocolate covered cherries they’ve ever tasted. You can order the cherries online and they can be shipped within 48 hours by priority mail! These chocolate covered cherries would make the perfect gift for one of your loved ones this holiday season.

Berkeley Springs Hellish Winter IPA

Each winter, Berkeley Springs Brewing Company produces its Hellish Winter IPA – appropriately named after the winter of 2014. The beer features a citrus-like nose that is smooth yet hoppy, and it is a seasonal favorite in Berkeley Springs!

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This post was last updated on March 17, 2022