Deadly Rhythm® creates a graceful balance between Pacific Northwest hops and a blend of American and English malts. Floral and fruity hop aromas provide the introduction to the lightly toasted malt backbone of this beer. This American pale ale finishes dry with a smooth but lingering bitterness.
American two row barley and malted rye provide the canvas for pungent Amarillo and Simcoe hops to mingle with our house Saison yeast. Notes of grapefruit, peach, and bubblegum dance out of the glass and mellow into a refreshingly tart, dry finish.
2016 World Beer Cup℠: Bronze (American-Belgo-Style Ale)
2015 Great American Beer Festival®: Bronze (American-Belgo-Style Ale)
Village Green® is intensely hopped with six hop varieties that offer a cornucopia of aromas ranging from passion fruit, peach, and pineapple to grapefruit and lemon zest. We use English Maris Otter to harmonize the intense hop aromas producing a well-balanced Double IPA.
2017 Virginia Beer Cup: Second Place (Strong American Ale)
2016 Virginia Beer Cup: Second Place (Double IPA)
Red Molly®‘s rich character starts with a foundation of authentic Irish Ale malt. Cherry notes and a slight residual sweetness come from Crystal and Munich malts, with a touch of chocolate wheat. A clean bitterness, courtesy of mild British hops, balances the malt complexity and results in a flavorful and refreshing pint.
2019 Great American Beer Festival®: Bronze (Irish-Style Red Ale)
2018 Virginia Craft Beer Cup: First Place (Irish Beer)
2016 Virginia Beer Cup: Second Place (Irish Red Ale)
2016 World Beer Cup℠: Bronze (Irish-Style Red Ale)
Major Tom™ may be an American IPA, but Australian-grown Galaxy hops shape its stellar character at every turn, from bittering to dry-hopping. Notes of bright grapefruit, orange peel, and passion fruit shine through from lift-off to splash-down thanks to a clean and crisp American malt bill.
Journal Entry: They need boxes. Pit fruit, black pepper, & hints of smoke. Too dark for their precarious comfort. They look up and shout “Tell us how to label this!” I look down and whisper, “No.”
The initial tartness of this kettle-soured ale crests through the aroma of salt and coriander. As it recedes, fresh citrus zest adds its own notes to the chord. No better way to wind down the rhythm of a long, sunny day.