“40 Mile” IPA
A tropical, peachy, pineapple flavor with big citrus, grapefruit, tangerine notes in the nose and in the finish
A perfectly balanced beer with a great caramel sweetness alongside a tangy, citrusy hop profile
“No Veto” English Brown Ale
A great caramel, nutty, toffee flavors with a touch of chocolate and even espresso
“Jack’s Java” Espresso Stout
Coffee beans cold infused in a rich and hearty oatmeal stout with a great semi-sweet-baking-chocolate-like sweetness.
“The Ghost” American Pale Ale
What sets this beer apart from other pale ales is the highly aggressive dry-hopping method using all four hops, which gives the beer an exploding bouquet of fresh hop aroma and flavor without all the bitterness.
“Oats McGoats” Oatmeal Stout
This delicious stout recipe won a Bronze medal at the 2014 Virginia Craft Brewers Cup! It is a rich and hearty oatmeal stout with a flavor of semi-sweet baking chocolate.
“Of, By, For” Pilsner
A great spicy/herbal finish with a touch of citrus
“Zombie Killin’ Ale” Black Rye DIPA
Brewed in collaboration with "The Judy Chops", a local band from the Shenandoah Valley known for their love for beer, and whiskey.
“Marble Man” Mosaic IRA
Designed by the 1st place winners of Homebrew for Hunger, Loren Moulds & James Hansen. This Imperial Red Ale has an abundance of Mosaic hops and Citra in the finish. It’s all balanced by a complex array of Maris Otter, medium, dark, and extra dark crystal malts. The biggest hopped beer released to date!
“Bloody Roots” Imperial Brown Ale
You like beer? You like Bloody Marys?? You'll love this beer! It's an imperial brown with honey, habanero peppers, crushed tomatoes, celery salt and horseradish!
“Brew Betties” Maibock
Forged from the notion that girls drink craft beer too, the Brew Betties are a group of Charlottesville-area women joined by their love of a well-crafted ale (or in this case, lager!) Becoming Charlottesville’s first all-girl craft beer club, the Brew Betties are certainly leaving their mark in our hometown.