Weekenders

Our Weekender series is a celebration of sharing a drink with good friends. Four ultra refreshing brews inspired by seasonal recreation, these sessionable 16oz cans are ideal for an active weekend outing or simply lounging around with friends on a lazy Sunday. Live for the Weekend!

Gosecolada

If you like Gosecolada, and mashing all those grains, If you’re not into lagers, but see a Gose and can’t abstain…

Alright, we’ll stop there as we’re sure the song is now firmly stuck in your head.  For a distraction, it might help to drink a Gosecolada, a new collaboration between Brothers Craft Brewing and our friends Trophy Brewing out of Raleigh, North Carolina.  If you hadn’t already guessed it, Gosecolada is a Pineapple Coconut Gose, with a tropical breeze flowing through the expected sour and malty body of a traditional Gose.  It’s the love you looked for, go with it and escape.

Rye Hard

Welcome to the party, pals!  Fresh off their expansion to Richmond, Virginia, Stone Craft Brewing and Brothers Craft Brewing have teamed up to create Rye Hard, a Rye India Pale Ale that makes us want to yell “Yippee ki-yay”.  With the hoppy flavors you’ve come to expect from a Brothers or Stone IPA, we’ve added rye to the mashing process to add some spice to your drink.  Come to the brewery, we’ll get together, have a few laughs.

Long Distance Relationship

A mountain divides us, but we think we’ve come together to create something delicious during this Long Distance Relationship. A Wit style beer brewed with blueberries and a massive dry hop, Long Distance Relationship is a collaboration between Brothers Craft Brewing and Star Hill Brewing out of Crozet, Virginia. A refreshing beer perfect for summer drinking, Long Distance Relationship is light and refreshing, and features a fruity taste with the addition of blueberries and some big, bold hop aromas. Long distance is never easy, but it makes the time spent together, beer in hand, all the more worth it. A Belgian Witbier brewed with blueberries.

Hallelujah

Halleluiah, Halleluiah is here. Praise be to this India Pale Ale pumped full of Citra, Mosaic, and Columbus hops, a glorious trio of bitterness that flow throughout this beer. Halleluiah is smooth and brewed for easy drinking, and is perfectly paired with sitting back and admiring all that is good in the world.

Hardy Brothers

A wave of mass produced, unoriginal beers have been pouring into the market, leaving craft beer lovers unsatisfied and thirsty. What can be done about this travesty, and who is brave enough to solve it? The Hardy Brothers are on the case, in this exciting new collaboration, The Mystery of the Farmhouse Ale. Brothers Craft Brewing out of Harrisonburg, Virginia and Richmond, Virginia’s Hardywood have teamed up to bring you Hardy Brothers, a refreshing Farmhouse Ale brewed with plot-twisting pear and ginger. Fruit and spice lurk around every corner, making for a delicious and sumptuous Ale. How will it end? Find out by picking up a copy of the Hardy Brothers and the Mystery of the Farmhouse Ale.

Multiplayer

Multiplayer is a Double India Pale Ale from two Virginia breweries with a shared love of video games and hop heavy brews. Your mission will take you across levels of high intensity hops, an open world environment of bitterness and citrus, and a crisp, smooth body.

Goodwin

Goodwin is a celebration. Of friends old and new, Virginia and its creative spirit, and how things always seem to come full circle. Brewed in collaboration between Harrisonburg, Virginia’s Brothers Craft Brewing and Fairfax, Virginia’s Aslin Brewing. Dank, piney and hoppy, Goodwin is an India Pale Ale inspired by the Old Dominion State. Drink deep and smile at how good things can be.

Up at Dawn

The early bird gets the worm, as the saying goes, but in this case it gets the beer. Up at Dawn is a Farmhouse Lager collaboration between Harrisonburg’s Brothers Craft Brewing and Haw River Farmhouse Ales, out of North Carolina. Steeped in the European tradition of Farmhouse Ales, Up at Dawn features a malt body and toasty sweetness that will transport you to the fields of France. Thankfully, you don’t need to travel far, or rise with the sun, to enjoy Up at Dawn.

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