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The meaning of apocalypse is the end for a new beginning. The end of bad beer is here!

Apocalypse Ale Works

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Apocalypse Ale Works
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The meaning of apocalypse is the end for a new beginning. The end of bad beer is here!
Brewery:Apocalypse Ale Works
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Opening Hours:
Wed - Thu: 16:00 - 21:00
Fri: 16:00 - 23:00
Sat: 12:00 - 23:00
Sun: 12:00 - 19:00
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Apocalypse Ale Works
Address: 1257 Burnbridge Rd,
Virginia 24551,
United States
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Apocalypse Ale Works
Apocalypse Ale Works is the first brewery in Forest, Virginia since Thomas Jefferson brewed in the 1800's at Poplar Forest. In addition to a brewery, we also have a tasting room, where the public can try our products. We are located in the old Forest Volunteer Fire Department, beside Pints O'Plenty. The brewery will sell kegs all over the state of Virginia, with an emphasis on supplying the local restaurants first. Eventually we will expand to bottling our beer. Our mission is to brew quality be…
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