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BREWHAUS

"Virginia is for Craft Beer Lovers"

Proudly handcrafted and locally sourced, our 6 craft beers are brewed on site in our 10 barrel brewhaus. Enjoy a golden American Light Lager, an Irish style dry stout, an India Pale Ale, a witbier, a malty Alt Ale, and our Virginia Tech Hokies-inspired Brown Ale.

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LUNCH PALE ALE
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The India Pale Ale was originally brewed extremely high in alcohol and hopping to withstand the long voyage from England to India. American version is golden to light in color, with a clean, crisp taste. It contains enough malt to balance the 79 IBU’s hops. It is also dry hopped to add complexity and intensity to the citrus aroma.

ABV – 6.5 IBU – 79

MAROON EFFECT ALE
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In the brown ale category, this malty beauty shows its local spirit with a distinctive maroon tint. With an intricate balance of both chocolate and caramel malts and an abundance of premium hops, this beer is extremely complex with a very smooth aftertaste.

ABV – 5.3 IBU – 22

ALL NIGHT LIGHT
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An all malt, golden American Light Lager consisting of low hop bitterness and aroma, with a light malt body that is clean and crisp. This ultra light has great drinkability with a less filling body. However, this one contains no preservatives and provides a freshness that cannot be duplicated by a bottled beer.

ABV – 4.3 IBU – 11

SUN LIT WIT

A witbier, this beer is the Belgian version of the German “hefe” or the US wheats. This unfiltered wheat beer is lightly spiced with coriander and orange, producing sweet orange aroma and taste that is tangy and refreshing.

ABV – 4.5 IBU – 15

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APPALACHIAN ALT ALE
The name of this beer style comes from the German word “alt” meaning “old”. This refers to the aging that alts undergo since they ferment more slowly and at colder temperatures than most ales. Slow fermentation helps condition, contributing to its overall balance and smoothness. Malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beautiful amber colored.
ABV – 5.1 IBU – 24
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ST. MAEVE'S STOUT
The name of this beer style comes from the German word “alt” meaning “old”. This refers to the aging that alts undergo since they ferment more slowly and at colder temperatures than most ales. Slow fermentation helps condition, contributing to its overall balance and smoothness. Malty and long on the palate, with just enough hop backing to make this beautiful amber colored.
ABV – 24 IBU – 5.1
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