Events happening in Virginia

  • 1 Mar 2013 17:30 - 19:30
    Corks and Kegs March Madness

    Corks and Kegs March Madness starts

    March 1!!!

    What is all the madness about?

    It is a month long beer tournament similar in format to the NCAA basketball tournament. First round match ups are set up by our manager and staff. Match ups after that are determined by you!

    Each evening in March we will have a “game”. Game times will be 5:30 to 7:30.

    During the above time period, you simply taste two unidentified beer samples and put your vote in the ballot box for the one you like the better.

    We will tally up the votes each night and post results and the identity of the beers on Facebook.

    The winner moves on to the next round and the loser gets on the beer bus back to its shelf spot.

    This year’s tournament will have an interesting wrinkle as Belgian style beers will be included in the field. What impact will they have?

    So plan to come in each evening in March, do the blind taste test, vote and then watch for results on FB.


    Corks and Kegs March Madness
  • 5 Mar 2013 15:00 - 21:00
    Tuesday Tapping at Mad Fox Brewing featuring Hardly Ordinary

    A new English Bitter from the Mad Fox Brewing team. Tasting notes coming soon.

    Tuesday Tapping at Mad Fox Brewing featuring Hardly Ordinary
  • 5 Mar 2013 16:00 - 16:00
    Steal the Glass Night at Capital Ale House All Locations

    St. Patrick’s Day Kickoff
    Steal the Glass Night
    Tuesday March 5th
    all locations


    Steal the Glass Night at Capital Ale House All Locations
  • 5 Mar 2013 17:00 - 17:00
    Legend Brewing Tap Event at Sedona Taphouse

    This Tuesday 3/5 at Sedona Taphouse, Legend Brewing Company invades the taps! There will be beer galore, nifty glasses with each purchase, and unicorns! Get yourself ready for some mythical creature beer! — at Sedona Taphouse.

    Legend Brewing Tap Event at Sedona Taphouse
  • 5 Mar 2013 18:30 - 18:30
    Starr Hill Beer Dinner at Zinc

    Come out to ZINC for the debut of our new All Access brew, Little Red RooStarr!


    Classic German Pilsner
    Crafted with Pilsner malt, German hops and Bavarian lager yeast. Golden in color with a subtle malt backbone and pleasant hop aroma.
    ABV: 4.2% IBUs: 20

    1st Course
    blood orange | toasted pumpkin seeds | sesame vinaigrette
    Belgian-style Farmhouse Ale
    Crisp & complex with lots of fruitiness. Hints of earth, refreshing hop aroma and bitterness.
    ABV: 6.0% IBUs: 20

    2nd Course
    Woodson’s Mill grits | roasted cauliflower | cabbage | crispy onion
    Coffee Cream Stout
    Full-bodied milk stout brewed with coffee from our friends at Red Rooster Coffee Roasters in Floyd, VA. Malt sweetness, chocolate and caramel notes dominate the flavor, while roasted coffee notes add balance and round out the aroma.
    ABV: 5.4% IBUs: 19

    3rd Course
    chocolate | banana | peanut butter
    Unfiltered Wheat Beer, aka Hefeweizen
    Distinguished by its extremely light body and flavored with hints of banana and clove.
    ABV: 4.6% IBUs: 9

    Call (434) 245-9462 for reservations.

    Starr Hill Beer Dinner at Zinc
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    1. 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

    2. 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

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

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