Events

Events happening in Virginia
  • 23 Apr 2014 17:00 - 22:00
    Fried Chicken and Cider Dinner at Pasture #Charlottesville

    Cider is made in the fall or winter after apple harvest, but we think it really reaches it’s peak after a few months of fermentation and aging. Spring also means fresh chickens from our neighboring farms and the perfect weather for dining and drinking outdoors. So, Potter’s Craft Cider is teaming up with our friends at Free Union Grass Farm and Pasture Charlottesville to welcome the warm weather and bid farewell to the snow and cold.

    $21 gets you 2 pieces of local, free range, fried chicken, 2 sides and a glass of Potter’s Farmhouse Dry cider, with gluten free options available. There’s a limited amount of chicken until the weather warms up a little more, so this event is first come, first serve!


    Fried Chicken and Cider Dinner at Pasture #Charlottesville
  • 23 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    BEER WEEK – Steal the Glass Night featuring Three Brothers at Capital Ale House Harrisonburg


    We’re celebrating Craft Beer running up to the Rocktown Beer & Music Festival all week long with a SIX day blowout! Each day we’ll be featuring a select brewery from Beer Fest to highlight some of the great beer they offer!

    Wednesday features Harrisonburg’s own Three Brothers brewing, with plenty of Steal the Glass and tons of great draft beer!l

    - Hoptimization
    - Admiral
    - Tri Brathair
    - Resolute
    - Elementary Porter


    BEER WEEK – Steal the Glass Night featuring Three Brothers at Capital Ale House Harrisonburg
  • 23 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    Evil Twin's version of Table Beer - Beer Education Wednesdays at The Birch #Norfolk

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    The Third Installment.

    About a month ago we sampled Westbrook’s version of Table Beer, a Czech Style Pilsner, this week we have on draft Evil Twin. Here’s a little more about the project created by Justin Phillips, owner of Beer Table in New York.

    What is Table Beer?
    Table Beer is a brewing project inspired by our experiences with operating our little restaurant, Beer Table. The beers produced under the name “Beer Table Table Beer” are commissioned – they are in no way collaborations. Until now, we’ve focused on rare and unusual experiences in beer, but as with any thing we do in life, there comes a time where we want to seek balance and appreciate the beauty of consistency. Out of this maturation came the idea that Beer Table should have a “table beer”. I’m not a brewer, though I’ve made beer and have visited countless breweries. I realize that my main interest is in curating a selection of beers that are personally significant to me, and sharing it with whoever walks through our front door. Those who know me and know Beer Table know that in many ways it has been more my home for the last few years than our actual home, so in a way, I feel like my life and interests have been very public for a while now. As we’ve had beer consistently as a part of our daily life for a long time now, I have definitely made the transition that I’ve heard others speak of where I’ve begun to value consistency and balance almost as much, and sometimes more than, adventure.

    What Jeppe has to say about his Evil Twin Version:

    One of the beauties of beer and brewing is that the best beer in the world and the worst beer in the world are made from (pretty much) the same ingredients. It’s all about having passion and focus on details — this easy drinkable all brett fermented beer is brewed with my favorite hop variety, Simcoe. So simple, yet so complex. Enjoy!

    Enjoy this interpretation of Table Beer on Draft tomorrow!

    NOTE:
    The Birch will be CLOSED for vacation, Tuesday April 29th – Saturday May 3rd. We will resume normal business hours Tuesday May 6!

    We will do a GROWLER SPECIAL on Saturday April 26th so you can stock up for the week! (The date in the last e-mail was incorrect)


    Evil Twin’s version of Table Beer – Beer Education Wednesdays at The Birch #Norfolk
  • 23 Apr 2014 18:00 - 20:00
    Beer Run Weekly Beer Tasting #Charlottesville
    South Street Brewery

    Tasting Wednesday 4/23

    South Street Brewery
    The South Street Brewery in Charlottesville, Virginia was founded in 1998, and is housed in the renovated H. H. Hankins Hay and Grain warehouse built in the late 1800′s. Old brick walls, hardwood floors and thick timber pillars provide a striking setting for our custom built brewhouse and a spacious, welcoming atmosphere in which to enjoy fresh, handcrafted ales and lagers. South Street’s commitment to on-premises brewing ensures that only the highest quality ingredients are used and that the beer is always fresh. This commitment has earned South Street regional and international praise but more importantly, results in a wide selection of styles and new, creative recipes that will continually have customers discovering new favorites.

    On The Tasting Table 6 – 8 PM

    J P Ale: Our award winning American-style pale ale. Tons of Cascade hops give this session ale moderate bitterness with great aroma and fresh hop flavor.

    Satan’s Pony Amber Ale: The most distinguishing characteristic of this amber ale is the perfect balance of hop, malt, and roasted flavors. Deceptively smooth, Satan’s Pony is our most popular selection.

    India Ink: Assertive bitterness is shared with its paler cousin JP, and generous quantities of Simco, Amarillo, Columbus and Cascade conspire with a subtle roasted flavor give this beer unique and delicious flavor.

    Espresso Porter: A dark beer with a light body, served on nitrogen to give it a rich, creamy head. Shenandoah Joes’ espresso imparts perfectly balanced coffee flavor to this decadent brew.


    Beer Run Weekly Beer Tasting #Charlottesville
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:00 - 21:00
    Heavy Seas Tap Takeover at Crossroads #Richmond

    Join Heavy Seas Beer at Crossroads RVA for a tap takeover and Steal the Pint night! We’ll have some of those great-looking treasure map pint glasses, plus six taps of extrAAARGHdinary Baltimore beers!

    Celebrate the passing of the seasons on Thursday, April 24! Say goodbye to winter (Black Cannon), hello to spring (Riptide), and enjoy our best warm- and cold-weather year-round brews (Peg Leg and Small Craft Warning), our hoppiest offering of the year (Big DIPA), and everyone’s favorite every-day IPA, Loose Cannon.

    Come get your pirate on in Forest Hills at RVA’s most extrAAARGHdinary neighborhood coffee shop and tap room!


    Heavy Seas Tap Takeover at Crossroads #Richmond
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    BEER WEEK – Steal the Glass Night featuring New Belgium at Capital Ale House Harrisonburg

    New Belgium is breaking open their Secret Stash to celebrate Rocktown Beer & Music Festival and Capital Ale House’s BEER WEEK! We’ll be pouring brand new Snapshot, Cascara Quad and surprise or two! Plus the always amazing New Belgium globe glasses, so come out early!


    BEER WEEK – Steal the Glass Night featuring New Belgium at Capital Ale House Harrisonburg
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    Heavy Seas Glass Giveaway at Pizzeria Paradiso #Alexandria Old Town

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    Heavy Seas Glass Giveaway at Pizzeria Paradiso #Alexandria Old Town
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    Heavy Seas Tap Takeover at Crossroads #Richmond

    Join Heavy Seas Beer at Crossroads RVA for a tap takeover and Steal the Pint night! We’ll have some of those great-looking treasure map pint glasses, plus six taps of extrAAARGHdinary Baltimore beers!

    Celebrate the passing of the seasons on Thursday, April 24! Say goodbye to winter (Black Cannon), hello to spring (Riptide), and enjoy our best warm- and cold-weather year-round brews (Peg Leg and Small Craft Warning), our hoppiest offering of the year (Big DIPA), and everyone’s favorite every-day IPA, Loose Cannon.

    Come get your pirate on in Forest Hills at RVA’s most extrAAARGHdinary neighborhood coffee shop and tap room!


    Heavy Seas Tap Takeover at Crossroads #Richmond
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:00 - 17:00
    Shuck and Chug at Whole Foods #Short Pump


    Shuck and Chug this Thursday night with PORT CITY BREWING>>>>
    We will be tapping Colossal 1&3 and Tartan


    Shuck and Chug at Whole Foods #Short Pump
  • 24 Apr 2014 17:30 - 21:00
    Hardywood Food Truck Court #Richmond

    FOOD TRUCK COURT (1)

    We’re kicking off the season with a mix of 16 new and favorite local gourmet mobile food vendors, with many more carts on rotation in the weeks to come. Enjoy our line up of seasonal craft beers to pair with eclectic tacos, wood-fired pizza, authentic French crepes, handmade ice cream, Cajun street food, traditional Mediterranean kabobs and more.

    Hardywood Food Truck Court runs from 5:30-9pm every Thursday through the season and is a family friendly environment. All ages are welcome at the brewery. Virginia ABC law prohibits bringing outside alcoholic beverages on-site, and underage drinking will be strictly prohibited.

     

    Visit Hardywood Park’s Web Site for list of food vendors.


    Hardywood Food Truck Court #Richmond
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    6. Dana

      i like how all videos say blottes and stuff can be purchased at your local homebrew shop , seriously i lived in ATL and Charl. NC, bot major cities and havent found anything remotely close to thess so called homebrew shop

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    8. Neche Harris

      We’re having a craft beer festival on Feb 22. Can you please add information to your website?

      A t this lunchtime event, producers of high, quality craft beer will be on hand to share thoughtful, intelligent, and sometimes funny perspectives about their use of seasonal ingredients, brewing techniques, and how they get inspirations for new flavors. Area chefs from will be onsite with Whole Foods Market Chef Kiet to demonstrate how to cook with beer.

      The beer line-up includes: Evolution, Great Lakes, Harpoon, Heavy Seas, Lagunitas, Lost Rhino, Schlafly, Sierra Nevada, Starr Hill, Victory, and more. Each beer company will have 2 – 3 different varieties. Whole Foods Market Beer Buyer, Jeff Forest will kick off the event with the cracking of a fresh cask at 1PM sharp.

      Tickets can be purchased online via EventBrite http://www.eventbrite.com/e/craft-beer-festival-whole-foods-market-feb-22-tickets-10523065773.

      The early bird price of $16.00 is valid until Friday, Feb 21. The ticket price is $20 anytime after.

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