“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
“The Ghost of the 43rd” 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.
“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.
“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
“Session 42″ Best Bitter
US Goldings give 42 IBUs that simply sing with spice and Seville oranges, layered over a base of biscuity malt.
This Rye IPA packs a citrus and grapefruit punch from a single hop Amarillo used from start to finish.
“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.
“Hallowed Be Thy Ale” English Old Ale
Brewed in collaboration with Corcoran Brewing Co. and paying homage to the band, Iron Maiden, this English Old Ale has been aging in oak barrels for 6 months, giving it a woody, leathery, slightly oxidized and a subtle wild yeast quality to the beer.
Designed by CAMRA member, Ryan Blackwell, this ESB, which stands for "Extra Special (or Strong) Bitter", is an English Pale Ale with a great malt presence, providing a caramel, toasty, sweetness to the beer.