Central Virginia & Charlottesville Wine Tours & Limousine Service
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Blue Mountain Brewery
Surrounded by gorgeous views of Nelson County, Blue Mountain Brewery offers specialty beers, delicious food and tours of the brewery. There’s plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and pets are welcome. A full-house rental associated with the brewery is available.
Great beer and delicious full menu
Tours available Saturday 12-4
Pet friendly with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating
Founded by a couple featuring a local brewer of more than twenty years and a chef who is also a certified master sommelier, Brewing Tree offers the finest of food and brew. There is indoor and outdoor seating, including chairs by the river, walking trails and outdoor activities. Taphouse open Wednesday-Sunday, Scratch kitchen open Friday-Sunday.
Picturesque riverside seating and walking
Wednesday-Sunday for the Taphouse, Friday-Sunday for the Scratch Kitchen
The biggest of all Charlottesville area breweries, Devils Backbone was snatched up by Anheuser Busch a few years back. Perennial favorites include Vienna Lager and Eight Point IPA. You’ll also find a slew of seasonal brews. The massive outdoor seating area features fire pits, corn hole and other yard games.
Founded at the turn of the twenty-first century, Starr Hill is the second oldest brewery in Virginia. It didn’t take long for brews with the red star logo to catch on, and you can find them on store shelves around Virginia and far beyond. Starr Hill now has two locations — one in Crozet and one in Downtown Charlottesville.
Recipient of 24 Great American Beer Festival, World Beer Cup, and Great British Beer Festival medals
Two locations in Charlottesville area
Champion Brewing Company
How can you lose at a brewery called Champion? Lagers and IPAs with zippy names — Hatchback Lyfe Hazy IPA and True Love Lager— set the tone for a chilled out afternoon or evening hanging out with friends.
A light-filled taproom with an industrial aesthetic near the heart of downtown Charlottesville makes Random Row a popular spot for date nights or palling around with friends. Neapolitan-style pizza is available for order seven days a week.
A nano-brewery featuring small, frequent batches, Rockfish will serve up lagers, pale ales and IPAs or send them home with you in a growler. Try four- to eight-beer flights and pair it with light fare from partner restaurants.
Gift cards available
South Street Brewery
Another Charlottesville classic, South Street Brewery was early to the craft brewing game, opening in 1998. A fireplace provides warmth and ambience in the winter months, and televisions along the bar bring sport fans in for cold brews and big games.
Founded at the turn of the twenty-first century, Starr Hill is the second oldest brewery in Virginia. It didn’t take long for brews with the red star logo to catch on, and you can find them on store shelves around Virginia and far beyond. Starr Hill now has two locations– one in Crozet and one in Downtown Charlottesville.
Named for the colonial-era thoroughfare made famous by Jack Jouett’s midnight ride to Charlottesville, Three Notch’d has a mission to “respect the inalienable rights of man.” That may be a tall order for a brewery, but a few cold ones in the massive beer hall near the Ix Art Park will certainly have you feeling right!