THIS MONTH'S EXPERIMENTS
CORE SERIES | There’s no school like the old school. This throwback Amber Ale is a Triumph of balanced malt complexity. Deep red hue, light crystal malt aroma, and an easygoing flavor.
Enjoy the ride.
CORE SERIES | A hopped-up IPA with bang-out flavor and aroma from Citra, Simcoe, Centennial, Azacca, & Sorachi Ace variety hops. A light pale malt and crystal malt background give balance to this ale that puts all the focus on fresh citrus and pine hop flavor while skipping the jarring bitterness.
Hop in. Top up.
CORE SERIES | A cold-aged beer of the smoothest flavor, with gently toasted malt and a light hand of noble hops. We've created an easy-drinking beer with enough flavor and depth of color to bear the Virginia name
SLIPPERY WHEN WIT
CORE SERIES | A tart, sour, and refreshing beer with notes of citrus and spice. This light-bodied Gose still has tons of flavor and a clean finish.
Just be sure to watch your step...
SEASONAL | AVAILABLE AUGUST - NOVEMBER IN 750ML BOTTLES AND NOW 12OZ/4-PACKS!!! One of Virginia's longest-running beers has undergone a rebuild to create a unique, high-end drinking experience. Classic Satan's Pony has been doubled up—twice the malt, twice the hops—and then aged for two months in freshly emptied bourbon barrels. Still smooth, still easy going, but now one hell of a ride.
SEASONAL AVAILABILITY | This smooth, balanced, ice-cream-inspired imperial porter features Madagascan vanilla pods and fresh cocoa nibs to create flavors reminiscent of your favorite summer treat. This beer then spent over 100 days in fresh bourbon barrels to meld the ice cream flavors with flavors of oak and bourbon.
SEASONAL AVAILABILITY | Named for a Cold War-era CIA operation (look it up!), Acoustic Kitty is a big, bold double IPA. Oats contribute body and head retention, and tons of American hops make this DIPA a start to finish hop explosion.
Careful what you say -- you never know who’s listening…
SEASONAL AVAILABILITY | The year before the Civil War struck the Commonwealth, a pumpkin blight affected crops throughout Central Virginia, turning the affected gourds into “the bleached resem’blance of twisted skulls”, according to a historical reference. The rotting pumpkinsfermented untouched in the fields until devoured by livestock who“roamed then the countryside mad with delirium.”It was known as the Year of the Twisted Gourd.
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