1. Barrel Aged Vanilla Porter, Three Brothers Brewing
Robust roastiness blended with vanilla and bourbon/oak. A delicious spin off of their Elementary Porter. Aged in bourbon barrels, which first had their Resolute Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout.
2. Flying Mouse 5, Flying Mouse brewery
Bartleby’s brew of choice. The Flying Mouse 5 has a tint of crimson to it, not quite an amber or red, but something all of its own. The perfect companion to watch the world go by.
3. Red Clay IPA, Sunken City Brewing Company
Crack open a can of Red Clay IPA and celebrate the spirit of the SUNKEN CITY. Red Clay IPA is an aggressive American style India Pale Ale. Brewed with seven different types of malts, it boasts a magnificently heady malt gusto and a color reminiscent of the red soil prominent in Franklin County, Virginia. We also employ a large charge of hops to give this formidable beer a highly pungent spicy, floral and citrusy aroma and flavor. Red Clay IPA ends up being a complex, yet highly drinkable and enjoyable ale.
4. Archie, Beer Hound Brewery
Archie is an American Brown Ale. Archie pours a rich dark brown color with a thick off-white head that lasts and leaves a nice lacing on the glass. It features an aroma that contains hints of citrus and bakers chocolate. Archie’s flavor provides a burst of citrus hop character and balances with a subtle caramel and bread notes. You will have to Stakeout a place at the bar for this complex ale.
5. Backpack Wheat, Adventure Brewing Company
This refreshingly smooth wheat quenches your thirst at the end of a hard day of work. A traditional german styled wheat, no slice of orange is needed.
6. Roy’s Big Bad Brown Ale “Triple B”, Rusty Beaver Brewery
Rich Brown Ale with deep chocolate tones. 2 row malt, Belgium Chocolate malt and 40L Caramel Malt with Cascade and Northern Brewer hops. Named after the song Roy by one of their favorite bands, The Southern Belles of Richmond, VA.
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