What's On Tap
Bring in your growler for beer, wine and nitro cold brew coffee fills! We offer 64 oz, 32 oz and 16 oz growler fills as well as 32oz crowler fills!
Isley Raspberry Razzle - Boom! Fresh raspberries explode on the nose of this Raspberry Gose from Richmond-based Isley. I’m immediately filling myself a crowler of this pink beauty, as is Ian, so you get the drift - Raspberry Razzle is awesome. Tart, sweet, salty, sour delight meets raspberry puree for an incredible burst of fruit and an oh so drinkable sour.
Crooked Run Our Graphic Designer is on Vacation - The last Crooked Run IPA we had on tap, Vaporware, wasn’t here long - if you blinked you missed it! So we had to grab their latest - Our Graphic Designer is on Vacation - for this week. Beautifully hazy, this one is double dry hopped and features African Queen and Mosaic hops. There’s a lovely little dank coming through the middle of all this pineapple and citrus hoppiness. Get it while you can!
Ardent Grist Case Headrest - Named for a brewhouse accident (one of the brewers fell and hit their head on the grist case!) the Grist Case Headrest is a collab between Ardent and Casita Cerveceria out of North Carolina. This beer is the very definition of New England juice. Hopped with Idaho 7, Loral, and Galaxy, it’s allllllll tropical flavors and a nice pillowy mouthfeel. Just a touch of grass through the middle and a finish that makes you want to keep raising your glass.
Heavy Seas / O’Conner Dunes of the Cape - If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain… If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape… you’ll definitely like this beer. This hazy, 6.5% collaboration IPA is brewed with pineapple and coconut to make you feel like you’re on a beach, sipping on a perfectly blended Pina colada.
Precarious Beer Project the Key- Hailing from Williamsburg, VA, this Belgian style Bruin was inspired by their head brewer’s trip to Bouillon, Belgium, which is known as the “Key to the Ardennes”. Bruin style beers are a staple in local Belgian breweries. A warm and slightly malty brew with notes of toasted bread and raisins with classic Trappist-style esters. This is not one to be missed! Proost!
Ardent Pithy in Pink - Ardent brewed this beauty in collaboration with Stone Brewing in Richmond and the local Pink Boots Society, an organization for women in the beer industry. A White IPA with grapefruit and coridander this IPA is light bodied and airy with the right touch of fruited sweetness through the middle. Lots of citrus and a little bit of earthiness make this a perfect spring brew.
James River James Bean - Get in my belly Vanilla Oatmeal Porter! James Bean is a twist on James River’s much loved Sherman Stout — the addition of a little oatmeal and a touch of vanilla create an easy drinking porter. Full in roasty flavor with just the slightest hint of vanilla, you’ll be feeling like James Bond — errr I mean, Bean — after a couple pints.
Vasen Solbaer Blackcurrant Saison - The first kegs we ever got from Vasen, before they were killing it in the hazy IPA game, were saisons. And it was the saisons that made us fall in love with Vasen. The Solbaer is a blackcurrant (which Vasen describes as something between a blueberry and a cherry) saison that pours an awesome purple in color. It has all the beautiful esters and funkiness of a traditional saison and finishes clean and crisp.
Fine Creek Zwickel Pils - We’ve been loving the beer we’ve been getting from Fine Creek out of Powhatan, VA. The Zwickel pils is an unfiltered pilsner dry hopped with Hallertau Blanc. The dry hop gives it a great floral aroma without adding bitterness. There’s a nice clean malt presence here and an even cleaner finish, with just a touch of hop spice. Perfect for my post-bike ride rehydration.
Wine on Tap (Yes, you read that right!)
Gotham Project Sabine Rose - Well the people have spoken! You demanded it, and we will be rocking the Sabine all year long now! Sabine is a classic French Rose with a beautiful floral scent. Red berries, crisp acidity, and a dry finish make this an insanely crushable wine, for any season.
Gotham Project Rancho Rodeo Pinot Noir - From the Circle K Ranch just outside Lodi, this Pinot Noir is not your average California Pinot Noir. It definitely has the big fruit presence you’re expecting from CA PN but this one doesn’t get lost in a big pile of cherries. There are darker fruits in play here, too, including a nice blueberry presence. A bigger body than you expect from a PN as well, but it still stays light on its feet and delicate on the palate.
Nitro Cold Brew Coffee
If you've never had nitro cold brew coffee, you are in for a treat! Served cold without ice, nitro cold brew is creamy (just like a Guinness!) with a little natural sweetness. Refreshing and perfect for your afternoon coffee fix.
Alchemist Hologram - The latest brew from our friends at Alchemist features the Hologram roast from Counter Culture out of Durham, NC. A blend of 50% washed Colombia “Borderlands,” 40% natural Ethiopia “Wolena,” and 10% washed Kenya “Kushikamana,” Hologram has that signature fruity note paired with low acidity we’ve all come to love from Alchemist. Enjoy a glass (or growler!) of this delicious brew with notes of chocolate and ripe fruit.