Many of our beers are available in 12 ounce cans. Buy them one at a time, in six-packs
or by the case for a great party!
Our main-line brews are available every month of the year. These are the beers you are most likely to find in a bar or restaurant.
Barrage Brown Ale
An English style brown ale with some American influences. This beer is medium-brown colored with a thick, creamy head. Carried by a delightfully creamy mouth feel, a subtle but very complex flavor profile is presented that is malty, nutty and easy to drink. An experienced taster will pick up a blend of hop flavors with low bitterness as an herbal seasoning to the impressions of malt, caramel, and toast. This beer uses imported hops and base grains from the UK blended with American made specialty grains for balance. 5.5% ABV
A Scottish Wee Heavy style ale that is malty and smooth with a minimal hop impact. This beer is a dark amber color with a creamy off-white head. The aroma is bready with honey-like notes that blend together like sopaipillas. Full-bodied, but not too thick, this beer has all the malty sweet flavors of a traditional Scottish ale with a subtle smokiness and the added complexity of oak and imported black treacle. At almost 8% alcohol, this beer is strong, yet incredibly smooth and easy to drink. This is a dangerously quaffable ale. 7.8% ABV
Muzzle Flash American Amber
Loaded with hop flavor and aroma, this beer does not have the bitterness normally associated with hoppy brews. The appearance is a rich honey-amber color hinting at its smooth, caramel flavoring, which balances the pine and citrus notes of Cascade hops. Summit hops add a unique, but not overwhelming character of onion and garlic that round out the hop impact of this beer. With a medium body and slightly sweet finish, this is an extremely drinkable brew that is characterized by aromatic hops, rich malt taste and an uncommonly mild bitterness for such a hoppy brew. 5.8% ABV
Our IPA uses a blend of American and English hops to create a beer that is the best of both worlds. Combining Columbus and Kent Goldings hops, Broadside starts off with well rounded aromas of pine and citrus balanced against the earthy notes of the revered English hop variety. Those same flavors unite with crystal malts to create a vivid hop sensation without excessive bittering. Rye malt adds a subtle spicy character to the profile and creates a tongue coating sensation that blankets the entire mouth with hoppy goodness. This is a single IPA, so hop flavor and aroma take center stage while the bitterness, although definitely present, does not overpower them. The name Broadside was chosen by popular vote through our Facebook page and now we're proud to provide a beer that you all helped us create. 6.8% ABV
A deep black ale with a thick off-white head. The mouth enjoys a luxurious coat without the heaviness one finds in most strong bodied stouts. Coffee and dark chocolate, with a hint of toasted bread and vanilla swirl across the palate as this beer is imbibed. The addition of steel-cut oats further defines the silkiness of the body and provides a very mild sweetness. This stout is exceptionally smooth and easy to drink despite its dark chocolate notes and complexity. This beer won a gold medal at the 2017 Virginia Craft Beer Cup! 5.8% ABV
Our seasonal beers rotate every few months and return as the seasons come back around. These brews are designed to compliment the weather and reinforce the shifting temperatures.
St. Barbara Sorghum Ale is a gluten-free ale brewed with sorghum, honey, heather tips and lemon peel.
St. Barbara has been known for ages as the patron saint of smiths and artillerymen.
Brass Cannon Brewing's St. Barbara Ale is a light, crisp ale that starts with aromatic notes of honey and flowers.
The smooth, easy drinking body is followed by a light lingering bitterness on the finish.
The floral notes and lively palate makes this an excellent spring beer that is well paired with sandwiches and light pub fare.
The Split Shot is an American Wheat Ale brewed with 50% malted wheat and 50% malted rye. There is no barley in this beer at all.
The Split Shot is a light colored, medium bodied wheat beer with a clean flavor and subtle spiciness. A fantastic brew for hot summer days.
This was our very first seasonal brew!
A Mšrzen style beer that uses ale yeast instead of the traditional lager yeast.
The higher fermentation temperature adds another layer of complexity to this already complex style.
Malty with bread, grain and biscuit notes, this is the type of brew you want for your own Oktoberfest celebration.
This is a beer for the coffee lover. Using a porter as the base, we add dark roasted, fine ground ethiopian harrar coffee to give this beer a distinct flavor.
We then blend in cardamom seed to create a mildly sweet and spicy note. This is a true breakfast beer that pairs well with bacon or sausage.
These are beers that we have made as special one-off brews. Made in larger batches than our Langrage brews, we do allow growler fills of these beers. Unlike the Langrage line, these beers have a good chance of coming back some day, but without a set schedule like our seasonals.
The very first beer made on our new brewing system, this is a deep black ale with a thick off-white head.
Light-bodied for a stout but full of flavor, this beer is packed with roasted grain flavor and follows up with a moderate amount of hop bitterness in the finish.
A brown ale aged with rum-infused oak. The rum and wood flavors create a smooth and mellow balance and add a sugar cane flavor that would delight the senses of any self-respecting pirate.
Our winter warmer is a dark ruby colored ale that floods the nose with aromas of cinnamon and cardamom without overloading the senses. It is thick and full bodied with a long, smooth finish. The spice flavors start the tasting experience and are backed up by mild vanilla and malt tones that gently coat the tongue and throat, while the spices linger long enough to remind one of a cold winter morning and grandmother's fresh baked cookies.
A dark and intensely flavored stout with a highly roasted character and a strong impression of oats. The oats leave a lingering flavor similar to oatmeal that balances well with the strong roast attributes. More powerful in flavor that our smoothbore stout, this brew is a delicious drink for any season of the year.
Based on An American-style wheat beer recipe. This brew has the light and crisp flavors of that style. We also added some blackened wheat malt into the mix, giving this brew an inky color and a touch of roastiness. The contrast of a dark tint and light flavor profile shows you canít always judge a brew by its color.
A fusion of Belgian Wit Beer and American IPA. The two disparate styles combine to create a new kind of beer that's greater than either one is alone.
This beer is made with white wheat, orange peel, coriander seed and plenty of American hops to create a brew that is delightfully citrusy and aromatic.
Delicious and refreshing, this is a perfect choice for any hop lover or wheat beer lover.
lang∑rage [lang-rij] - noun - Shot formerly used in naval warfare for tearing sails and rigging and consisting of bolts, nails, and other pieces of iron fastened together or enclosed in a canister. The technical term for cramming random items into a cannon in lieu of a cannonball.
Perhaps our favorite name because few people agree on how to pronounce it. When things got desperate, langrage became a matter of loading anything at hand into the cannon barrel. Nails, yesterdayís biscuits, bits of bone... whatever. That is how we approach these recipes. Our langrage line is a series of small batch brews, consisting of experimental batches and variations of our existing beers that often involve weird combinations of whatever we feel like using at the time. These beers are only available in the tap room and rotate often, with no set release schedule.
A variation of our popular Angry Scot Scottish Ale. This version has less alcohol and less body, making it more sessionable, and we added apple juice before fermentation to create a cider-like impression on top of the malty profile of the Scot. This beer pairs well with brisk Fall weather.
Our Barrage Brown ale infused with hazelnut flavored coffee. We let the brown ale ferment to finish, then filter it through coarse ground coffee beans. This is basically the same as making cold press coffee, except using beer instead of water. The result is a smooth bodied coffee brown ale with a nice hazelnut finish.
We added clover honey and fresh basil to our Barrage Brown to create a beer that is both sweet and savory. Honey adds a distinct sweet flavor that is instantly noticeable, but not overpowering. The basil creates a strong herbal aroma and balances the honey sweetness nicely. The two combine to create a rich flavor that is truly wonderful.
This beer combines the hop forward flavors of an IPA with the malty and roasted tones of a great stout. The fusion of these flavors create a brew that is smooth, with a moderate hop accompaniment of grass and pine.
Rose hips, the fruit from a wild rose bush, have a distinct breadth of flavor that includes fruity, flowery and citrusy aspects. We combined this unique flavor profile with a light bodied kolsch ale to make this latest langrage beer.
We added a blend of Guajillo and New Mexico chile peppers to give this beer a kick of pepper flavor, but with only a little bit of heat. The flavors of the sweet beer balance with the peppers to create a full and round profile with a mild kick.
A lightly colored, unfiltered beer made using a trappist-style yeast strain. The yeast makes this beer somewhat dry with a slight fruitiness from the esters. This brew is crisp and easy to drink despite the relatively high alcohol content.
This is a variation of our Smoothbore Stout with fruits and additional oats added in. Much tarter than the original, the flavors of raspberry, blueberry and apricot combine with the additional sweetness of toasted oats to create a complex brew that should please any fan of stouts or sours.
A blend of Brass Cannon Beer and lemonade, we combined a light colored brew with sweet lemonade and added a touch of brown sugar to round the flavors out. This is a low alcohol beverage meant to be enjoyed in the hottest of weather. The flavor is lemony and a little sweet, with a carbonated zip and just a touch of alcohol.
A blend of the Saint Barbara seasonal and our Muzzle Flash, this beer is light bodied with a moderate bitterness that comes from multiple different sources. The addition of white grape and white grapefruit juices give this beer a fruity aspect that balances with the bitterness to create a flavor like citrus punch. Light malt flavors fill the mouth while additional citra hops added after the blending further emphasize both the citrus and hop aspects.
A variation of our Muzzle Flash Amber ale, this beer uses less of the sweet caramel malts and replaces them with additional bready and biscuit-like grains. We also used a single hop variety, Summit, in order to showcase the unique qualities of that hop. The high alpha acid percentage of Summit leaves this beer with more of a lingering bitterness than the original Flash, but the beer is still very well balanced.
A lightly flavored red ale with a hint of roastiness. Crisp and refreshing, this beer is truly a thirst quencher. This beer would pair well with any breakfast foods or lighter fair.
An American style wheat beer with a significant berry flavor. The beer pours a dark purple color with an off-white head. The aroma and flavor are full of blackberry tones and a mild citrus undercurrent.
A light colored and mildly bitter ale with the unmistakable flavors of watermelon and peach. The fruit flavors are mild enough not to overpower the beer, but strong enough to give this brew a fruit-snack kind of impression. It is well carbonated, with a light lingering bitterness.
A richly aromatic beer brewed with freshly picked Cascade hops. The hops were picked only hours before they were used and give a rounded, but notable hoppy flavor. We then dry hopped with Columbus hops to maximize the herbal presence.
An American golden ale brewed with raspberry puree. This beer is gold in color with a slightly reddish overlay and a stark white head. Both the flavor and aroma are of fresh raspberries melded with the slight bready quality of American pilsner malt. Medium-bodied with a slightly acidic bite, this beer is full of flavor, but easy to throw back. The title comes from a nickname of the brewmaster's wife, whom the beer was originally made for several years ago as a birthday present.
This beer was made from the very final runnings of our Great Turkish Bombard porter. We boiled it seperately with different hops (and no coffee) to make a beer with all the malt attributes of a porter, but in much lower quantities. The flavor is lightly roasted and a little dry with very mild chocolate flavor and a light, crisp finish.
Based on our Barrage Brown Ale, this beer is a highly potent variation made from the same grain bill. We took some of the unhopped wort from a Barrage mash and boiled it down to half the original volume, effectively doubling both the malty flavors and the potential alcohol. We then fermented it using both ale and champagne yeast with a touch of brown sugar added in for good measure. The resulting beer is smooth and amazingly malty without a whole lot of sweetness. A mild alcoholic bite nips at the tongue and warms the throat as it goes down. At almost 12% ABV, this one packs a whallop. Due to the high alcohol content, we are limiting this beer to 4oz sample sizes and will not be pouring it in pints.
An amber ale with McIntosh apple juice blended in before fermentation. The juice adds a mild cider-like quality and a crisper, drier mouthfeel.
A stout brewed with elderflowers. The flowers add an interesting floral aftertaste to this dark beer. Drier and less thick than the smoothbore stout, this beer does not have the oat-like sweetness of that year-round brew.
A slightly tart black ale aged with raspberry flavoring. Medium bodied with mildly creamy texture, the fruitiness of the raspberry and tartness of the sour ale balance this texture out to create a beer with a well rounded profile.
A stout brewed with the addition of Lactose. Including milk sugar in the recipe creates a creamy texture similar to a milk shake. Dark and a little roasty, this beer is ridiculously smooth and coats the mouth as you drink it. Our milk stout is a little sweeter than other varieties of stout and can easily be described as luxurious.
A blend of our brown ale and stout. We added additional dark grains to give this beer an extra roasty kick. We also added unfermented wildflower honey to create a sweet dynamic to this brew.
A blend of our Saint Barbara sorghum ale and Muzzle Flash Amber, with some ginger ale mixed in. This beer combines the flavor of that popular soda style with a backbone of hops and heather flowers from the beer, plus a little alcohol. Perfect for the heat of summer!
A highly savory smoke beer with the unmistakable flavor of mesquite. The potent smoke-like aroma dominates both the aroma and flavor, but is well rounded by the base beer.
A blend of our Angry Scot and Saint Barbara Ales, with the addition of coriander and Arbol chilies. The initial flavor is that of the Angry scot, only a little lighter. That flavor is then met with the spicy sweet tang of coriander and followed up by a mild heat from the peppers that lingers for a few moments.
Our First-Shot American Stout infused with brown sugar and just a touch of bourbon. Seasoned with red bell pepper and other spices, this version of the stout has an even more distinctive flavor. The sugar rounds out the flavor and the mouthfeel, but doesnít make this beer terribly sweet.
Our first-shot stout with the sweet and fruity notes of oranges. This dark beer has been infused with mandarin oranges and then given a dose of pure orange extract to round out the fruit flavor. The oranges are noticeable, but not overpowering. This beer combines the flavors of chocolate and orange to make a delightful brew.
An unfiltered blonde ale imbued with the flavors (and extra fermentable sugars) of pineapples and pears. The fruit adds a distinctively juicy aspect to the style that coats the tongue. This beer is light and refreshing, with a delightfully crisp finish.
A brown ale mixed with the flavors of pecans and brown sugar. This beer is light bodied and slightly sweet for a brown ale, with a lingering pecan aftertaste.
Our Muzzle Flash amber ale imbued with purťed Blood Oranges. The oranges give this beer a unique citrusy aspect that lies somewhere between an orange and a grapefruit. Delightfully fruity with a rounded body, this beer has an extra dimension that plays well with the hops of the flash.
A beer made using the parti-gyle technique that creates multiple beers from a single mash. Final runnings from the Angry Scot were boiled and hopped separately. Since the wort used had lower sugar content and the yeast used was more attenuative, this beer has a dry crisp finish that sets it completely apart from the beer it was born of. Unfiltered and hazy, this beer is more like a saison or wheat beer than a scottish ale. 6.8% ABV.
A wheat beer style from Germany, dunkelweizen beers are a little darker than the popular hefeweizen beers of that country, but have more of a malty note from additional specialty grains. The prominent flavor and aroma of banana and cloves balances the malt to make a pleasing and crisp flavor.
Sixteen Breweries located in Six Cities came together to create the Six City Dunkelweiss to show support for Wasserhund's Owner and Brewer Aaron Holley as he recovers from a stroke sustained last year. All proceeds went toward Aaron's recovery fund, to help his family deal with the medical expenses.
Our brown ale infused with mushrooms, extra hops, various seasonings and a little bit of gravy. The result is an unusual flavor thatís kind of like french onion dip. With itís savory aftertaste, this beer has a full and rounded flavor thatís hard to describe.
Our Angry Scot ale has been infused with vanilla extract and anise seed. These add the flavors of vanilla and licorice to an already semi-sweet beer. This beer starts off with a strong flavor similar to sugar cookies or birthday cake, but doesnít remain overly sweet in the finish.
A stout made with cloves and natural pecan flavoring. The seasonings are mild, blending with the stout to make a smooth and creamy beer that goes down easy.
An amber ale that incorporates the heat of gourmet hot sauces! A blend of two great sauces from Taste Fire were added to this brew to add a complex pepper flavor and enough heat to satisfy any pepper lover.
A pale ale dry hopped with Summit hops. Summit lends an herbal hop quality that gives this ale a round and full hoppiness. The base beer is light, allowing the hops to shine as the star attraction.
Our Muzzle Flash amber ale has been infused with the flavors of mango and rose hips. Rose hips offer up a unique citrus-like quality, while the mango imbues this beer with a familiar tropical tone. Both flavors combine with the aromatic hoppiness of the Flash to produce this new and tasty brew.
A light brown ale flavored with hazelnut and cinnamon. The resulting beer is very flavorful, with a taste like French Toast. The cinnamon adds a sweet and spicy note that pairs well with the hazelnut flavors.
A lightly hopped pale ale with the flavor of peaches mixed in. This beer is light colored and light flavored, making it a perfect warm weather companion.
An American Fruit Wheat beer brewed with raspberries and blueberries. These two fruits work together to create a fantastic array of flavors that canít be missed. The light base beer allows the fruit to shine through, without making us overdo them. The resulting ale is crisp and fruity, without being overly sweet.
An amber ale with a distinct ginger tones. The malt flavors of the beer take a back seat to the warm spiciness of the ginger. The medium thick body creates a suitable backdrop for the flavor normally associated with delicious cookies.
The Split Shot summer ale has been infused with the flavors of lychee and mint. The mint aspects start the show in this light bodied wheat beer, then drop away to reveal a lingering touch of lychee fruit. This is an excellent brew for sipping on the patio!
The tropical flavors of pineapple and the spicy burn of habanero peppers combine to create a complicated and broad ranging flavor profile for this delightful ale. Crisp and light-bodied, this brew leaves a mild burn in the back of the throat while enticing you to take another sip of delightful fruit.
A light colored ale with the powerful and complex aromas of passion fruit. This is a beer that should be savored with the sense of smell before drinking. The flavor is milder than the aroma, making it easy drinking and thirst quenching, but still replete with tropical fruit notes.
Our broadside IPA, infused with the strong flavors of juniper. Juniper adds an intense bitterness to this ale while giving it a gin-like aftertaste. A potent brew, this beer is for those with a great love of bitterness in their pint glass.
A stout imbued with the flavors of coffee and sweet cake. Notes of cappuccino and tiramisu meld with the chocolate-like tones of a stout to create a brew that is smooth and decadent, but mellow and drinkable. A great choice for dessert or after-dinner pairings.
A blonde ale with the accents of both vanilla and coffee added in. This beer is light in body and flavor, though the coffee and the vanilla do give it a distinct, if subtle, taste.
The tropical fruit flavors of mango combine with the light and fluffy body of an American wheat ale to create this summer sipper. Juicy and a little sweet, this beer goes great with hot weather outdoors!
The sweet tones of concord grapes and the tart flavors of grapefruit combine in this blonde ale to create a beer that would go well with any morning meal. Light and fruity, this ale could easily replace OJ or grapefruit juice at the breakfast table.
An interesting blend of flavors from two unique beverages. The coffee and chocolate malt notes from the stout serve as a backdrop for the distinct tone of black tea and subtle hints of cardamom.
An American style wheat ale flavored with the sweet and citrusy tang of oranges. Round bodied and light in color, this brew is a superior summer sipper.
A dark, delicious brew flavored with almond extract. The extract gives this brew a slightly nutty, slightly sweet tone that pairs well with the roast and oat flavors of a stout.
The second coming of a well-loved Langrage brew we did a few years ago. This beer combines the hop forward flavors of an IPA with the malty and roasted tones of a great stout. The fusion of these flavors create a brew that is smooth, with a moderate hop accompaniment of grass and pine.
A pale ale featuring the flavors of two popular red fruits. The aromas and tastes of strawberries and cherries combine with a mild hoppiness to make a great warm weather sipper.
A dark brown beer with the subtle additions of smoked malt and brown sugar. Beechwood smoked malt adds a touch of bacon-like aroma and flavor that compliments the roasted character of this malty brew. The brown sugar balances it all out by adding a slight sweetness and luxurious mouthfeel.
This delightful brew combines the herbal notes of a Belgian wit with the hop forward impact of an IPA. Unfiltered and hazy, this beer is loaded with a wide variety of flavors. Coriander and orange peel give this brew a blend of spicy and fruity tones, while the hops give it a lasting bitterness and zestiness.
The Pink Coconut
A wheat beer with the distinct aromas of strawberry and coconut. Colored pink for breast cancer awareness month, this beer is light to show off the flavors of the strawberry, coconut and just a touch of Himalayan pink salt. A lingering flavor similar to strawberry shortcake finishes off the palate of this round and refreshing brew.
Black Ale I
A dark colored brew with the subtle after-taste of anise seed. Despite its dark appearance, this beer is lighter in body than a porter or stout, with a mildly herbal nuance to the flavor.
A blonde ale that has been concentrated to be extra strong and extra flavorful. This light brown beer has a potent alcoholic tinge to it, with a bready maltiness and a smattering of fruit flavor from the use of date sugar. This beer is high powered and warming.
Pumpkin Pie Stout
A dark and tasty brew with the flavors of your favorite pumpkin pie! Pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice blend together to create a delightfully sweet and spicy tone that is well balanced by the malty notes of the stout. 6.1% ABV
A grainy and biscuity flavored ale with the aftertaste of lemon peel. Medium bodied and light amber in color, this brew has plenty of malty goodness to go with the lemonís bittering qualities.
A bit of a kitchen sink beer really. We took a delightful oatmeal stout and added five different specialty ingredients. Each one adds different subtle flavors that blend together to make something very nice for the cold season! Well let you guess what these special additions are, but the answer is very much in the name.
Our Muzzle Flash amber ale, seasoned with the citrus twang of oranges and limes. This beer adds a lovely tropical punch element to an already crisp and refreshing brew.
An unfiltered imperial red ale with a dry finish. Esters from the yeast add fruit-like hint at the start and various caramel malts give this brew a dark red color.
A light colored and light bodied ale that showcases the fusion of hoppy pine and peppermint flavors. The strong minty aroma is like a bouquet of freshly picked peppermint spears.
Old Musky's Chocolate Porter
A porter brewed with dark chocolate. This beer began its life as the leftover runnings from a mash of the Angry Scot. Additional dark grains were steeped in this separate wort to give it a dark color and chocolatey flavor, then real dark and milk chocolate was added during the boil for a profound chocolatey flavor.
A dark and decadent beer with a hint of alcoholic flavor, warning about itís great strength. This beer was based off our Great Turkish Bombard, but with the ABV ratched up a notch. This beer spent several months in the fermenter, giving it time to properly age and smooth itself out into a beer thatís a fantastic sipper.
Our Angry Scot strong ale, but even more ornery. We took a small amount of our popular beer, allowed it to oxidize ever so slightly, then aged it on extra oak for several weeks. The result is a brew with a deep woody flavor that might remind someone of a fine scotch whisky.
A brown IPA infused with fresh apple character. Full bodied and rounded in flavor, but with a lingering twang of bittering hops, this brew has the aftertaste of a crisp mulled cider.