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No reservations, first come first serve seating
This is a recipe sent over from the brewers at the Solace mothership (Sterling) for us to brew. It is an unfiltered Belgian tripel brewed with a touch of saaz hops, but definitely allows the yeast to shine. This offering is reminiscent of wine for the first sip with an initial sweetness, but finishes with fruit and clove.
A silky easy drinking oatmeal stout made with 7 varieties of barley and noble east kent golding hops. The grains combine to produce a roasty stout with hints of chocolate and dark fruit.
A slightly hazy IPA bursting with the aroma of pineapple and orange zest. Brewed with Bru-1, Azacca and Simcoe hops. Follow the haze to the hop filled land.
A crushable pale ale brewed with flaked barley, wheat and munich malts to give it a solid malt backbone. It received Citra Cryo hops in the boil and was double dry-hopped with Comet hops post-fermentation.
Brewed with Marris Otter barley, flaked barley, roasted barley and Fuggle Hops. Roasty and bitter, but light enough to be able to drink a few.
A clean, crisp, German-style Kolsch that was lagered for 6 weeks. Brewed with Mandarina Bavaria hops to give it a slightly fruity flavor.
IPA brewed with Idaho 7, Cashmere, and Mosaic hops. Aromas and flavors of melon and pineapple and slightly piny.
Often referred to as a hop trifecta, this DIPA is brewed with Citra, Mosaic, and Simcoe. Citrus fruit and resinous pine.
Toasted malt character with a hint of hops. We dry-hop this brown ale with classic American hops, Cascade, Chinook, and Columbus.
We’re closely following the guidelines and recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local governments. We are updating our plans daily, proactively communicating with our team, and doing all that we can to prevent further spread of the virus. In accordance with Virginia’s occupancy restrictions, we will be monitoring reservations and walk-ins daily, utilizing our large seating areas to the fullest to give tables plenty of space between one another.
We have single-use menus, that will be recycled after each use
We’re installing touch-free hand sanitizer stations at our entrances that we ask you to take advantage of.
We’re also working on an online ordering option, and will update you on that as soon as it is available.
In addition to following normal sanitizing and cleaning procedures at an increased frequency, menus, tables, seating, touch screens and other hard surfaces are being sanitized between each use, and as many doors as possible will remain open throughout the restaurant.
We are offering a curb side pick-up option for take-out orders. Call ahead your order and pay by credit card over the phone, and one of our staff members will bring your food out to your car upon request.
All staff who suspect they are not well or that have come into contact with the virus will not be working, and we also ask you to stay home if you are not feeling well.