Old Dominion Brewery

This week we are proud to be adding yet another fine craft brewery to our portfolio! Old Dominion makes its debut in the Garden State TODAY with their flagship Hop Mountain Pale Ale and Oak Barrel Stout. Both available now in 6-packs and on draft. Hop Mountain is an extremely drinkable hoppy red ale brewed with Nelson Sauvin, Cascade and Columbus hops. Expect vibrant citrus, floral and pine resin aromas, zesty grapefruit on the palate and a crisp, dry finish. And, if you’re a fan of barrel-aged stout, you definitely need to give Oak Barrel at try. This smooth and delicious stout, made with a combination of roasted and smoked malts, is dry-hopped with oak chips and Mexican Vanilla beans for a rich complexity and intriguing finish. In 2011, Oak Barrel beat out all other Delaware brews in the Delaware News Journal March Madness competition and is rated 99 points by the Alstrom Brothers and 96 points on Ratebeer.com.

Be sure to pick up some of these brews and see for yourself what everyone else is raving about! And if you’re heading down to the Atlantic City Beer Fest next weekend, keep an eye out for the Old Dominion booth!

A veteran in the craft brewery scene, Old Dominion was founded in Northern Virginia way back in 1989. For two decades, they proudly served the Virginia/DC area with their fine tasting local brews while spreading their philosophy and company motto: “Living the Dream.” When the time came to expand, the brewery decided to relocate to a larger space up in Dover, Delaware where they’ve been ever since. Old Dominion maintains its focus on the Mid-Atlantic region and doesn’t have any grand master plans to expand much more than that. In fact, New Jersey is only their fifth market after Maryland, Delaware, DC and Virginia. Serving “fresh and local” craft beer to shops and restaurants within 200 miles of the brewery is their main objective. We think you’ll appreciate the freshness!

This summer be sure to head down to Old Dominion for a visit. They’re only a hop, skip and a jump away and they do tours on Wednesdays, Fridays and all day Saturday. For more info visit their website!


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