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Forget everything you know about IPA’s!  This unique and brand new style of IPAs has a super low bitterness, allowing the fresh fruity flavor and aroma of hops to completely dominate.  This beer is unfiltered and unclarified, leaving the yeast to add to the smooth...

40 Mile is our flagship IPA and is named after the number of miles Jack Jouett raced to warn Thomas Jefferson and his state legislators that Cornwallis had ordered their capture. Jack Jouett’s ride is legendary in Virginia and put Three Notch’d Road on the...

In 1828, the University of Virginia created their own fire company made up of students, professors and servants. Their sole fire engine was called the Hydraulion, a pump wagon with the waterpower of 16 men. The UVA Fire Company left their mark for almost 100 years before...

When the sun sets early, nothing beats a cozy brew enjoyed by a cozy fire - so we put that feeling in a beer! This German sour ale becomes a winter favorite with the addition of the sweet flavors of blackberry. Tartness from kettle-souring with...

Who says Winter Warmer beers have to be spiced imperial stouts?!? This Virginia fireside IPA has a natural piney profile coming from the Chinook and Columbus hops complemented by spruce tips and pine, added to the boil. For this beer, no hops were added until...

Dave Fafara, Roastmaster at Shenandoah Joe, right across the street from the original Three Notch’d location (now the Three Notch'd Sour House) came up with a special three roast coffee blend just for this beer. The coffee beans are cold infused allowing the fresh flavor...

Give me liberty, or give me death! Our tribute to Patrick Henry, who not only left his mark on Virginia history, but was also one of our most beloved Founding Fathers. Henry led the opposition to the Stamp Act, but he was also central to...

Eight hop varieties, eight hop additions. In order of appearance: Warrior, Summit, Simcoe, Willamette, Cascade, and Falconer's Flight in the boil, then two separate dry hop additions of Centennial then Citra. Don't be afraid of this killer, though, because it's still angelic: very smooth, balanced, and...

Our Zombie Killin' Ale was brewed in collaboration with the Judy Chops, a Shenandoah Valley band known for their love of beer and whisky, which inspired this black rye double IPA. The beer packs two punches; the first from the dark roast malt profile and...