As of July 1, 2018 our tap room in downtown Harrisonburg will be open daily at 1:00pm. Our new hours will be:
Embrace the bitter cold and enjoy a season of india pale ales from Pale Fire Brewing Co! We’re asking for on-premise accounts to commit to pouring Pale Fire IPAs all winter long, with a new beer available each month. Contact your local sales representative to order.
Major Tom Galaxy IPA
6.5% ABV – 65 IBU
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.
Human Fly West Coast IPA
6.5% ABV – 70 IBU
Human Fly is a-buzz buzz buzz with the 4-Cs hops that started it all.
Enough crystal malt to bring the West Coast sun to your glass, &
a juicy, bitter orange flavor just begging for a summer fling.
Go back West, young ‘un!
Walking Spanish Citra & Mosaic IPA
8.4% ABV – 85 IBU
A murder of silhouettes watch
a young brewer digging a hole with a spoon.
Arrant, our beloved IPA, has been dry hopped
with 50% Mosaic and 50% Citra hops.
Danker and denser, with a tropical nose.
That damn fine blunder is going to start a rumble.
Pale Fire Brewing Company has recently purchased a bottling line and will now have Deadly Rhythm Pale Ale and Salad Days American Saison 12oz bottles in a regular production schedule. You can find the new six-packs throughout retail stores in Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Village Green® Double IPA and Skinny Dennis Blonde Ale both won second place at the 2017 Virginia Craft Beer Cup, held by the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild. The award ceremony was held at WestRock in Richmond, Virginia. There were more than 240 brewers in attendance and 356 beers in 24 categories were entered into the competition.
Village Green® Double IPA and Red Molly Irish Red Ale both won second place at the 2016 Virginia Craft Beer Cup, held by the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild. The award ceremony was held at WestRock in Richmond, Virginia. There were more than 280 brewers in attendance to celebrate excellence in craft beer.
Drink in the Shenandoah Valley with the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail!
This new brewery trail was unveiled during American Craft Beer Week and extends from Harrisonburg to Lexington, with stops in Staunton and Waynesboro. All breweries are within an hour’s drive of the others.
Breweries on the trail are: Pale Fire Brewing Co, Brothers Craft Brewing, Seven Arrows Brewing Co, Redbeard Brewing Co, Stable Craft Brewing, Queen City Brewing, Shenandoah Valley Brewing Co, Basic City Beer Co, Three Notch’d Brewing Co (Harrisonburg Taproom), Wolfe Street Brewing Co, Blue Lab Brewing Co, and Devils Backbone Brewing Co (Outpost).
From the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail website:
Welcome to the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail. Here, you can taste some of the best craft beer in the country. This beautiful region provides a way to reconnect with the important things in life – relax and enjoy the companionship of good friends amidst some of the nation’s most beautiful farms and mountains, breathe in the scent of ancient forests on a hike, explore a fascinating new community, taste the fresh flavors of a farm-to-table meal, or listen to music under the stars as you discover a new favorite band. There’s so much to enjoy in the Shenandoah Valley.
Wherever your adventures take you, we’ve got a brewery nearby to quench your thirst. Come visit, and stay for a while!
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