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Three Notch’d Sour House

Located in the historic Dairy Building on Grady Ave., our original taproom in Charlottesville is now the Sour House, dedicated to creating sour, wild, and barrel-aged beers.

New beer releases every Thursday.

What’s on tap

At the Sour House you’ll find sour and wild ales, barrel-aged and fruit infused ales, and everything in between. This is a place where we push the boundaries of what beer can be; our little experiment in the craft world. For the most up-to-date list, visit our Trinken page.

Weekly specials

Monday: Happy Hour 4-7pm
Tuesday: ToGo Tuesday – Specials on To Go Beer
Thursday: Tap That Thursday – New Beer Release
Friday: Flagship Friday – Specials on flagship beers

Upcoming events

Get in touch

Phone: 434.293.0610
Email: info@threenb.com

Hours

Monday – Thursday: 4-10pm
Friday: 3-11pm
Saturday: 12-11pm
Sunday: 12-8pm

Visit us

946 Grady Ave.
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Private Events

Our Charlottesville Sour House is available to rent for private events, from small gatherings to large groups. Contact us for more information on packages and how we can make your next special occasion unique.

Membership

Want to enjoy $2 off pours for a year? Join our Annual Membership program!

Your $300 membership fee includes:

  • Annual Membership Card
  • $2 off pours in special Annual Member Mug kept in the Charlottesville taproom
  • Free Three Notch’d Logo Hat

Interested? Of course you are! Come into the taproom to sign up, or click here to fill out a form and we’ll be in touch!

What is Sour Beer?

The term sour covers a range of different beer styles, from lambics to goses. The ‘sour’ or tart taste is produced by a combination of brett yeast and Lactobacillus which creates higher levels of acidity in the beer. Spontaneous fermentation, wild yeast, and other contributing factors make up the range of sour beers on tap.

Tours

Tours of our Sour House brewery are available by reservation. Please contact us for more information about tours.

Collaborations

We regularly collaborate with local organizations and individuals. Interested in brewing a beer with our head brewer Brian Martin? Reach out and let us know more about what you have in mind!