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Jun 5, 2017

Three Notch’d Stage Road

Charlottesville’s Three Notch’d Brewing is one local company that continues to impress with just about each and every beer of theirs that […]

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Feb 10, 2017

Three Notch’d Brewing Tollan Rye

If there’s one company in the Virginia Commonwealth that’s been, not only consistently pumping out quality beer, but also getting it on […]

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Jan 9, 2017

2016 Three Notch’d 10* Farmers Pale Ale

In 2014, Three Notch’d Brewing collected freshly picked hops from ten area hop farms, producing 10 Farmers Pale Ale. In 2015, the […]

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Dec 9, 2016

Three Notch’d Minute Man IPA

I’m not a fan of this new trend of super juicy IPAs with zero bitterness. I’m not saying that I want a […]

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Oct 12, 2016

Three Notch’d Bourbon Biggie S’mores

I’m not typically one to fawn over a beer, but sweet merciful crap, Three Notch’d Bourbon Biggie S’mores is a damn fine […]

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Sep 20, 2016

Three Notch’d The Ghost of the 43rd

I’d been on the look out for The Ghost of the 43rd recently as the number of Three Notch’d beers had been […]

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Apr 28, 2016

Three Notch’d No Veto

Yesterday, I published a review for Bloody Roots, a collaborative release involving Three Notch’d Brewing. That imperial brown ale was anything but […]

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Apr 27, 2016

Adroit Theory & Three Notch’d Bloody Roots

I’m not a fan the Bloody Mary in general, but when I saw this collaboration between Adroit Theory and Three Notch’d using […]

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Jan 7, 2016

Lickinghole Creek The Source Blueberry IPA

I love collaborative beers. The joint effort of two (or more) companies coming together with their own thoughts and ideals, working together […]

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Nov 18, 2015

Three Notch’d 10* Farmers Pale Ale

In 2014 Three Notch’d Brewing released their first offering in bottle — a wet hopped ale called 10 Farmers — that utilized […]

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May 6, 2015

Three Notch’d Brewing Hydraulion Red

The Irish Red or red-style ale is not my favorite genre of beer, but given that this particular brew comes from a […]

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