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Rollin Coal Black IPA
The term originated from the steam locomotives as they were running at speed and under load hauling freight. .
This IPA offers a unique blend of a Stout and an IPA all in one glass. Up front you taste the strong flavors of the deep roasted Black Patent and Chocolate malt, and finishes with the bitter, smokey, citra of the Chinook and Cascade hops. This blend of hops and roasted malt blend together and leaves you with the best of both worlds. Not too hoppy, not too roasted and a surprising light body. All aboard!
Peanut City Porter
Suffolk, AKA: The Peanut City, finally has its own beer. This porter is not what you would expect. A surprisingly light porter that has a lot to offer. Crafted with real peanuts, the scent of fresh peanuts hits your nose. Its complex flavor of peanuts, coco nibs and roasted barley leaves you craving another sip. A great beer for all times of the year.
Rt. 58 Bipass (bypass)
Rt. 58 bypass was built to divert semi-trucks around the Downtown area. This IPA however, is one you should not bypass. This traditional American style IPA is packed full of piney chinook hops, Columbus, Mosaic and Equinox hops leaving you with a perfectly balanced malty, floral and bitter flavor from front to back.
Nansemond Pale Ale
Taking your first whiff of this Pale Ale, you are hit with the smell of fresh Centennial hops that rise from the foam. You first taste of citrus flavors of cascade and sweet orange peel, and finishes lightly bitter. This is the perfect pale for baseball games and grilling out.
Riddick’s Red is named after Riddick’s Folly, A historic home which is now a museum in Downtown Historic Suffolk. This Irish red inspired brown ale has all the attributes of a red, but the color…. Sweet with caramel notes, and hints of the roasted malts. Don’t let its dark appearance fool you, it has an extremely light body. A great go-to if you are unsure about craft beer. Its flavor is not over powering and leaves you feeling refreshed.
Coffee Pale Ale
With so many coffee roasteries popping up in Suffolk, it’s not hard to believe that we are becoming the caffeine capital of Hampton Roads. This pale ale was specially brewed for coffee. Very light, with hints of the Vienna malty back bone. The real proof in the pudding is the medium roast coffee that was brewed for us by Lynnhaven Coffee Co. It’s a perfect blend of Mosaic and Citra hops that complement the medium roast body of the coffee.
Sweet Cherry Pie
A blond ale to please the senses. Light on the tongue but full of flavor. A traditional blond ale combined with the fruity sweetness of sweet cherries. This blond ale is great for anything, time of the day, and weather. Little bit of sweet, little bit tart. It tastes so good bring a tear to your eye “Sweet Cherry Pie”!
Named after the original owner of the building in 1915. Milton T. Elliot was the founder of the Elliot Motor Co. This traditional saison has warm and earthy notes. Green and Jasmine tea were generously provided by Lipton Tea and steeped in the beer overnight. Finishes slightly dry with a subtle hint of tea on the backend.
When driving through Downtown Suffolk, on the corner of West Washington Street and Main Street, there stands a peanut on a pedestal. This is the Character Corner. Just as random and intriguing as this peanut on a pedestal, our Character Corner showcases our experimental and unique one-off small batch beers. These one-offs will rotate in and out to keep you coming back for more, But be aware that once its gone, its gone!
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