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Willaby's Craft Draft

Prices for 10 oz/16 oz

Updated 2/13/18

Tap 1 – Stone Loral & Dr. Rudi's Inevitable Adventure $6, 8

Imperial IPA, Escondido, California. ABV 8.9%
 This one-time release features loral hops and Dr. Rudi hops (originally known as a super alpha), this hop brings classic resin and piney notes, which pair it perfectly with the floral citrusy aroma of loral.

Tap 2 – Ithaca Flower Power $4/6

India Pale Ale, Ithaca NY., ABV 7.5%
One of our favorite IPAs. Malted with 2-Row Pale and Honey Malt.  Hopped with Simcoe, Chinook, Citra, Ahtanum, and Centennial, dry hopped with Simcoe, Amarillo, Centennial. and dryness to the palate So jump when you see this on tap, a true Hop Heads delight!  

Tap 3 – Parkway Reformator Doppelbock $4, $6

 Doppelbock, Salem, VA., ABV 8%
Deep reddish in color, this strong lager is rich and complex, with a sweet malty backbone. Dried fruit, brandy, caramel, plum, and toasted malt flavors, coupled with a gentle alcohol warmth.

Tap 4 – DC Brau The Citizen $4, $6

Belgain Pale Ale, Distric of Columbia, ABV 7%
  Nose is of delicate yet floral hops, becoming more fragrant as it warms. This, along side a sweet malt finish, strikes a wonderfully drinkable balance.

Tap 5—Blue Mountain Kölsch 151 $3/5 

Kölsch, Afton, Va., ABV 5% 
This ale is treated like a lager, cold aging to produce a clean, crisp beer. All imported Muessdoerffer Pilsen and Munich malts and hops from the Hallertau region.  

Tap 6 – Pale Fire Walking Spanish $4, $6

 Imperial IPA, Harrisonburg, VA ABV 8.4%
Pale Fire’s beloved IPA, Arrant, has been dry hopped with 50% Mosaic and 50% Citra hops. Danker and denser, while maintaining a tropical nose.

Tap 7 – Old Bust Head Horhata Gold Cup $6, $8 

Imperial Stout, Warrenton, VA., ABV 10%
  Fresh vanilla beans impart the characteristic aroma and graham cracker taste that intermingles with added whole cinnamon Gold Cup’s flavors of espresso and dark chocolate.   

Tap 8 – The Bruery Humulus Terreux $7, $9

 American Wild Ale, Placentia, CA., ABV 6.3%
 A wild, India pale beer brewed with 100% Brettanomyces for barnyard funk & earth Creating a dry, signature finish. Mosaic hops, are added to create juicy, tropical and berry fruit flavors.

Tap 9 - Otter Creek Drip Drop $4, $6

American Stout, Middlebury, VT. ABV 5.6%
 Brewed with medium-dark blend of coffee beans from our from Vermont Coffee Company,  features a full-bodied flavor profile rich with notes of chocolate and roast.

Tap 10 - Six Point Hi Res $7,$9

Imperial IPA, Brooklyn, NY., ABV 10.5%
Malty sweetness combined with citrus zest, pine and resins. Bitter and very juicy, it is full bodied and low on carbonation.     

 Tap 11 – Deschutes Sagefight $5, $7

Imperial IPA, Bend Oregon, ABV 8%
Big, big aromatic hop presence on the nose, which leads of with pine and herbaceous notes. Citrusy hops go head to head with resinous sage and juniper in a flavor battle royale.

Tap 12 – Ace Pineapple Cider $6, $8

 Cider, Sebastopol, CA., ABV 5%  
 balanced, crisp, natural offering made with fresh pineapple and no added sugars. It contains fewer calories than some of the industry's leading cider brands with zero artificial ingredients.

Tap 13 – Old Bust Head Extra Extra Ordinary $6, $8

Imperial IPA, Warrington, VA, ABV 7.8%
Tons of hop character but very low bitterness due to late hop additions in the kettle and whirlpool. Dry hopped twice; once during primary fermentation, once during aging.

Tap 14 - Rouge Havelnut Brown Nectar $5, $7

American Brown, Newport, Oregon, ABV 5.6%  
13 Ingredients: Malts: Harrington, Klages, Munich, Hugh Baird Brown, Carastan 13-17, Crystal 70-80, Crystal 135-165 & Beeston Chocolate. Hops: Perle and Sterling.  

Tap 15 (Nitro) - Left Hand Milk Stout $6 $8

 Milk/Sweet Stout, Longmont, Co ABV 6%  
Dark & delicious. The aroma is of brown sugar and vanilla cream, with hints of roasted coffee. Initial roasty, mocha flavors rise up, with slight hop & roast bitterness in the finish.  

Tap 16 (Nitro) -Tröegs Chocolate Stout $4, $6

American Stout, Hershey PA., ABV 7.1%
Six different malt varieties, cacao nibs, dark chocolate, lactose, oats, and vanilla combine to produce a decadent Chocolate Stout with a lush, velvety texture and rich, smooth finish.  

 Tap 17 – Legend Brown Ale $3/5
English Brown Ale, Richmond, VA, ABV 6%
Expect a rich, malt-forward brew with a beautiful mahogany tone. Generous amounts of specialty malts bring flavors of sweet caramel, toasted nuts, coffee, and molasses  

Tap 18 – Alewerks Chesapeake Pale Ale $4, $6
American Pale Ale, Williamsburg VA, ABV 5.3%,
Dry-hopped, golden in color with a pleasant citrus hop aroma followed by flavors of 2-row, Crystal, Munich, and Wheat malts. Light hop finish from Amarillo, Chinook & Columbus

 Tap 19 – Wild Wolf Blonde Hunny $3/5 Golden Ale, Nellysford, Va, ABV 6.8%
 An unfiltered Belgian style Blonde Ale with wheat and a lot of local honey in every pour. The brewer also added a special spice blend to give it an added kick.    

Tap 20 – Devil’s Backbone Vienna Lager $5
Amber Lager, Roseland, VA., ABV 4.9%
This amber colored lager is medium in body with a finish that has hints of caramel and toasted nuts. This beer is brewed with four different malts resulting in its smooth malty flavor

Tap 21-Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat $3, $5
Fruit Beer, Eureka, CA, ABV 5.5%
A refreshing citrus ale, combines Lost Coast Harvest Wheat with natural tangerine flavors. Brewed with a combination of wheat & crystal malts, & finished with Perle hops.

Tap 22 – Bold Rock Virginia Draft Cider $4/6
Cider, Nellysford, VA., ABV 4.7%
From the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains at Wintergreen, VA comes Virginia Draft. This smooth and distinctive Hard Cider combines its apple heritage with superb drinkability.

Can’t Decide?


Try an assortment 4 – 6 oz. flight for just $10


We  currently serve 28 taps of which we dedicate 22 to Craft Draft. All lines are rotating so the list here may vary from the fine assortment you see when you come in.