1. Beer Run
Charlottesville’s Best Craft Beer Store and Restaurant. We are family-friendly, pet-friendly and focus on local, organic ingredients.
Step-brothers Josh Hunt and John Woodriff, with the encouragement of their parents, wanted to open a retail craft beer and wine store. That idea blossomed into not only Charlottesville’s most extensive craft beer bottle store but one of Draft Magazine’s America’s 100 Best Beer Bars 2014.
2. Sedona Taphouse
Serious Food and Over 500 Craft Beers! Discover your new favorite today! Sedona Taphouse is proud to offer one of the largest collections of craft beer on the east coast. They work diligently to bring you the very best in craft beer locally and from around the world.
3. Champion Brewing Company
Champion Brewing Company is Charlottesville’s most progressive brewery, producing a wide variety of ales in two locations: their Downtown Tap Room and their Belmont Production Facility. Constantly rotating taps and one-off beers in the Tap Room are served in a lively and fun environment, with games, an outdoor patio, and a regular rotation of the best food trucks in the area.
4. Whole Foods Market
The Whole Foods Market beer department is stocked by a group of merry revolutionaries dedicated to liberating civilization from the clutches of boring beer.
They operate independently but share a common goal; to procure the finest beers imaginable. Each month they will bring to you tips, tall tales (and tallboys) — and share the history and adventure of brewing.
5. South Street Brewery
South Street’s commitment to on-premises brewing ensures that only the highest quality ingredients are used and that the beer is always fresh. This commitment has earned them regional and international praise but more importantly, results in a wide selection of styles and new, creative recipes that they hope will continually have customers discovering new favorites.
6. Three Notch’d Brewing Company
Three Notch’d Brewing Company works each day to Leave Their Mark on the craft brew industry and Charlottesville, VA by making great beer and collaborating with lovers of craft beer. Stop in for a growler of the good stuff, today!
7. Fry’s Spring Station
Complemented by a unique blend of Spanish, Jeffersonian and Art Deco architecture, Fry’s Spring Station offers a sophisticated, one-of-a-kind dining experience in the heart of Charlottesville’s historic Fry’s Spring neighborhood. Their specialties include fire roasted pizzas, salads, paninis and handcrafted local beer from otheirur own brewery in Lynchburg and other local brewers including Blue Mountain, Legend, St. George and Starr Hill.
8. Everyday Cafe
Up on the hill you’ll find more than just gas and good food. Stop in and fill your growler on the way home.