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12 Pale Ales You Need To Try In CVille!

by Jerry Miller, Publisher

1. Primal Instinct, Wild Wolf Brewing Company


2461 Rockfish Valley Hwy, Nellysford, Virginia 22958
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An American IPA, Primal Instinct exhibits the best qualities of American-grown hops. With five blended malts, this blend imparts robust aromatic and tasting notes of tropical citrus and resiny pine. Read More

10 CVille-Based Beers We Love!

by Jerry Miller, Publisher

1. Rockfish Wheat, Blue Mountain Brewery

Blue Mountain

9519 Critzers Shop Road, Afton, Virginia 22920
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An authentic Bavarian-style “Kristall Weizen” filtered wheat beer. The unique flavor created by the yeast has made this ale a summer favorite in the beer world. Read More

I Love These 13 CVille Beers!

by Jerry Miller, Publisher

1. Anastasia’s Chocolate Fantasy, South Street Brewery

anastasia's chocolate fantasy

106 W South St, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
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This Russian Imperial Stout has a heavy black body with a thick brown head. It has a very strong chocolate and espresso aroma, and a chocolate taste with some spicy oak undertones! Read More

30 Northern Virginia Breweries To Visit

by Jerry Miller, Publisher

1. Adroit Theory Brewing Company; Purcellville

404 Browning Ct Unit C, Purcellville, Virginia
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Adroit Theory Brewing Company is a nanobrewery that makes a fantastic selection of barrel aged beers like their G/I/A/A imperial IPA that’s aged on charred Ash. Read More

10 RVA Craft Beers You Need To Try

by Jerry Miller, Publisher

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The craft beer scene in Richmond is booming. RVA’s newest addition — Garden Grove Brewery Co. (opening on February 14, 2015) — will be the 100th brewery in the Commonwealth. Legend Brewing Company has been around for over 20 years and more than a dozen craft breweries have opened in Richmond and the surrounding area in the past 5 years. Specialty stores like Corks & Kegs and the newly-opened Growlers To Go (with 56 beers on tap including many local varieties) are thriving in the River City.


With California’s Stone Brewing Co. set to open its east coast headquarters in Richmond (including a brewery and a restaurant) by late 2016, Richmond will soon be a national destination for beer lovers. In fact, it already is.
Here are 10 RVA craft beers that you need to try if you live in or visit Richmond:

1. Hardywood Gingerbread Stout


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