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Selvedge Takeout

Selvedge Taproom Hours:

TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM

FRIDAY + SATURDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 10PM (DINNER)

SUNDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 9PM (DINNER)

Selvedge Brewing Takeout

Now enjoy your favorite taproom dishes and beer from your own home! 32oz crowlers now available for each of our beers.

 

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Selvedge Brewing in Charlottesville, Va

Selvedge Taproom Hours:

TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM

FRIDAY + SATURDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 10PM (DINNER)

SUNDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 9PM (DINNER)

Selvedge Brewing is currently Reservation Only

 

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Selvedge Taproom Hours:

TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM

FRIDAY + SATURDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 10PM (DINNER)

SUNDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 9PM (DINNER)

Unique small-batch culinary-inspired beers

 

Our Story

Selvedge Taproom Menu in Charlottesville, Va

Selvedge Taproom Hours:

TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM

FRIDAY + SATURDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 10PM (DINNER)

SUNDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 9PM (DINNER)

Bar food, elevated with locally sourced ingredients

 

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Selvedge Drink Menu in Charlottesville, Va

Selvedge Taproom Hours:

TUESDAY - THURSDAY: 5PM - 9PM

FRIDAY + SATURDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 10PM (DINNER)

SUNDAY: 12PM - 3PM (LUNCH), 5PM - 9PM (DINNER)

signature cocktails and thoughtfully-curated wines

 

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Our Story

Selvedge Brewing is a Virginia craft brewery focused on unique small-batch, culinary-inspired beers. Simply, these are beers crafted to be paired with food. And food that is best with beer. Named for the original wool fabrics produced when the mill was a mill, Selvedge beers range from New-England-style IPAs to pastry stouts - and everything in between.
 

Watch for new beer releases in the coming weeks.

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Our Food

The Wool Factory Executive Chef Tucker Yoder offers a menu of casual eats: the ultimate bar food, elevated with locally sourced ingredients. Consider local mushroom tacos, wings from River Oak Farm, and a smashburger - with crinkle-cut fries, of course!

 

Farms + Purveyors:  River Oak Farms  /  AM Fog  /  20 Paces  /  Free Union Grass Farm  /  Seven Hills Food Company  /  Harris Family Farms  /  Bellair Farm   /  Whisper Hill Farm  /  Sweet Greens Farm  /  Manakintowne Specialty Growers  /  Local Food Hub  /  Schuyler Greens  /  Compass Winds  Shack Sauce  /  Autumn Olive Farms

Flagship Beers

Poplin

Italian Style Pilsner

Say hello to our little friend, Poplin, an Italian-style pilsner. A snappy dresser with bitterness to match, this pilsner has a honey sweetness from the German pilsner malt and a slight cracker-like flavor from the biscuit malt. What makes this pils Italian (despite being born in the USA)? Answer: The crispness that comes from the addition of German Perle, Hallertau Mittelfruh, and Mandarina Bavaria hops as well as the dry hopping we did with Hallertau Mittelfruh and Mandarina Bavaria.

  • ABV: 5.1%
  • IBU: 38

Denim

American Style Lager

You know that feeling when you flip up your collar on that stonewash jean jacket while Kenny Loggins blasts from your tape deck? Our Denim lager gives us those feels - you’re headed to the danger zone and nothing can stop you. This is your dad’s beer in the best way possible.

  • ABV: 4.9%
  • IBU: 7

Seersucker

Gose

Just like its namesake fabric that is perfect for hot summer days, this traditional Leipzig-style Gose is a refreshing reprieve from the hot Virginia weather. Brewed with pilsner malt, malted wheat, sea salt and coriander, our Gose is sour, yet balanced with a breadiness on the finish and a touch of salt. 

  • ABV: 4.5%

Chambray

West Coast IPA

Going going back back to Cali Cali (well, the West Coast anyway) - the birthplace of the West Coast IPA and home to beautiful pine forests. Chambray is a choice fabric for loggers of those forests and its namesake beer is a choice example of a West Coast-style IPA, with a bold hop aroma from several additions of Cascade, El Dorado and Citra during the boil and dry hop. The piney bitterness is balanced with notes of citrus zest and grapefruit.

  • ABV: 6.9%
  • IBU: 68

Herringbone

NE Style Single IPA

Dress it up or dress it down – Herringbone is a classic fabric for a reason. Our New England style single IPA is a solid go-to IPA that hits all the notes we want in a hoppy beer. We added Hull Melon, Azacca and Citra hops both during the whirlpool stage, as well as a single dry hop. 

  • ABV: 6.5%
  • IBU: 38

Cashmere

New England Double IPA

Named for one of the OG fabrics produced at the Woolen Mills factory this New England style double IPA was dry hopped twice with Cashmere, Comet, and Idaho Gem hops, yielding tropical fruit flavors, subtle bitterness and a super soft mouthfeel that’s as smooth as a certain woolen blanket.

  • ABV: 8.3%
  • IBU: 36

Corduroy

German Style Bock

Like true classic beer styles, corduroy (the fabric, not the bear) has come in and out of fashion through the ages, but always makes a comeback. Corduroy is perfect for cool weather, just like our German-style bock - mashed with German Munich malt and lightly hopped during mid-boil with Hallertau Mittelfruh to create a perfect blend of sweetness with a touch of bitterness.

  • ABV: 7.0%
  • IBU: 24

Flannel No. 1

Pastry Stout

Just like the quintessential wool fabric, this beer is comforting and welcome in any season. We used lactose and seven different malts, producing a perfectly-balanced and complex beer with notes of chocolate, smoked almonds, and coffee. Smooth and sweet, with just the right amount of bitterness. Just like Taylor Swift.

  • ABV: 7.5%

Watch for new beer releases in the coming weeks!