“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.
“Queen’s Creek” Citra Wheat
This American Wheat Ale is single hopped with Citra. This beer is light, refreshing, perfect for summer and extremely drinkable.
“The Trader” Crystal-Hopped Saison
A special Belgian yeast is the highlight of this beer, complemented with the single-hop of Crystal and it’s complex herbal/spice/pepper profile
“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.
“Method to Your Madness” Dark English Mild
This low in alcohol, super-session beer weighs in at a humble 3.2% ABV, but packs a punch with a wonderful and complex malt profile including caramel, raisin, nutty, roasty flavors.
“Zombie Killin’ Ale” Black Rye DIPA (Bourbon Barrel-Aged)
Brewed in collaboration with "The Judy Chops", a local band from the Shenandoah Valley known for their love for beer, and whiskey.
“Livery Stable” Berlinerweisse
Light, crisp, refreshing German sour wheat with a dry finish. Originating in Berlin, Germany, called a Schankbier because of its low starting gravity.