Style of Beer:
Session IPA

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Base Camp, Heritage, App Wheat, Hull & Oats, Streaker Oats

Tasting Notes:

Easy drinking session hazy IPA featuring a rotating single varietal dry hop. Brewed with locally malted Riverbend Malt House barley, oats, and wheat. This batch showcases the classic Simcoe as the sole dry hop addition. Notes of pineapple, lemongrass, orange zest, and tropical fruit.

When/Where Available:
Draft and limited can availability at Biltmore Park and Downtown Thirsty Monk locations.

Release Type:
Limited

Release State:
North Carolina

Style of Beer:
Black IPA

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Southern Select, Munich Rye, Caroline Rye

Tasting Notes:

Brewed with Riverbend Malthouse barley and rye malt. Flavors build upon earthy spice, light roast and black peppercorn, and finish with bright citrus punch from Columbus, Centennial, Cascade and a touch of Citra hops. Its deep, jet-black color comes Epiphany Craft Malt roasted barley.

When/Where Available:
Draft and limited can availability at both Biltmore Park and Downtown Thirsty Monk locations.

Release Type:
Seasonal

Release State:
North Carolina

Style of Beer:
Pilsner

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Cumberland Pilsner

Tasting Notes:

A light, crisp Pilsner brewed exclusively with Riverbend’s Cumberland Pilsner Malt grown entirely in Tennessee. We hopped it with Hallertau Blanc for a delicate, but pleasant citrusy, fruity profile.

When/Where Available:
No longer on tap - March 2022 update

Release Type:
Limited

Release State:
Tennessee

Style of Beer:
Sweet Potato English Ale

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Sunset Wheat

Tasting Notes:

This brew is a special collaboration with the Tennessee Local Food Summit. Farm Hands features 100% TN-grown grain from Teeter Farm & Seed, including the new Sunset Wheat Malt. We then added over 100lbs of TN roasted sweet potatoes grown by Caney Fork Farms in Carthage, TN. The base of this brew is inspired by the classic English Mild, a pub-style ale.

Expect an easy-drinking pub ale with notes of freshly roasted sweet potato on the nose, and flavors of caramel and toast on the palate.

When/Where Available:
Fort every pint sold at Harding House, $1 dollar will donated to The Tennessee Local Food Summit to help in their mission of education, growing, and promoting of local food systems within our communities.

Release Type:
Limited

Release State:
Tennessee

Style of Beer:
New England IPA w/Orange Peel and Vanilla Bean

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Base Camp

Tasting Notes:

Tastes like an Orange Creamsicle! Uses Citra and Galaxy hops along with tons of Orange peel and vanilla bean.

When/Where Available:
Summer at the taproom.

Release Type:
Seasonal

Release State:
Virginia

Style of Beer:
Belgian Dubbel

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Heritage

Tasting Notes:

Toasted rye bread with a rich dark raisin and date aroma

When/Where Available:
This was a small batch beer. We only made 18 bottles and was available early September 2021.

Release Type:
Limited

Release State:
South Carolina

Style of Beer:
Cream Ale

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Chesapeake Pils, Cumberland Corn, Bloody Butcher Corn

Tasting Notes:

Aromas of sweet almond liquor, white bread crust, and earthy sweet corn lay the foundation for subtle notes of white grape and spiced pear. Sweet cornbread flavor with earthy and nutty almond character finishing slightly sweet in balance. Light, smooth, and crisp with a gentle refreshing bitterness.

When/Where Available:
Available on draft at Biltmore Park location and at downtown location once it reopens, stay tuned!

Release Type:
Seasonal

Release State:
North Carolina

Style of Beer:
Italian Pils

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Chesapeake Pils

Tasting Notes:

Clean, dry lager with a good hop presence.

When/Where Available:
Periodically, only in the taproom. Cans and on draft.

Release Type:
Limited

Release State:
Virginia

Style of Beer:
Helles Lager

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Pale Pilsner

Tasting Notes:

Soft, Snappy, Floral, Crisp

When/Where Available:
Available often in the taproom/distributed throughout the state.

Release Type:
Seasonal

Release State:
North Carolina

Style of Beer:
Kolsch

Riverbend Malt(s) Used:
Chesapeake Pils and Base Camp

Tasting Notes:

Clean, dry and malty with a touch of yeast derived fruitiness.

When/Where Available:
Summer in the taproom and select bars/restaurants.

Release Type:
Seasonal

Release State:
Virginia