1. Blonde Hunny
An unfiltered Belgian style Blonde Ale with wheat and a lot of local honey in every pour. They have also added a special spice blend to give it an added kick. Smooth and refreshing, but be careful – this one’s ABV will sneak up on you. This beer is straw yellow in color with a slight sweetness in the middle and an estery finish characteristic of the best Belgian beers.
2. Dry Stout
Wild Wolf’s Dry Stout has a sweet caramel nose with hints of chocolate. Smooth mouthfeel with a light body, dark chocolate and roast malt flavor. Finishing dry with a nice roast and slight hop bitterness to round out the sweetness.
3. Alpha Ale
Their American Pale Ale comes with a ton of Citra, Columbus and Cascade hops. Deep amber in color with an extremely well rounded hop and malt character. This beer gives hop heads what they are looking for without wrecking the palate, yet it is sufficiently balanced which is pleasing to many hop-timid beer drinkers. The finish is slightly dry and refreshing to the last drop. This beer will not disappoint!
4. Wee Heavy
This Scottish style brown ale is deep brown in color– just take a smell of this beautiful beer and you will see why it is Scottish in style. Strong notes of roasted caramel malt & finishing with a touch old smoke and whiskey… very reminiscent of the best scotches. This taste will leave you wanting more!
5. American Pilsner
The Wild Wolf take on a German style Pilsner. They take your traditional German Pils and add a good old American Hop Punch. This beer is clean, crisp and refreshing and the perfect beer for hot Virginia summer days.
6. Area 151
Area 151 (named for their location on Highway 151), is a rotating Belgian style ale fermented with fruit. This beer rotates between three fruits, each one imparting its own flavor to the same base style beer. They filter 151 prior to packaging to add a crispness and to help bring the fruit forward. At Wild Wolf, they think BEER first, fruit second.
7. Strawberry Schwarzcake
This is not your typical fruit beer and most definitely not what you expect when you see its black color and tan head. This beer is extremely light in body w/ notes of chocolate & roasted malt and just a touch of strawberry flavor to balance the astringency; finishing clean and crisp. If you dislike fruit beers & dark beers – you need to give this beer a try!
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