Located just off Main Street in historic Woodstock, Virginia, the Woodstock Brewhouse is housed in a recently renovated industrial-age gem of a building. Originally known by long-time residents of Woodstock as the Casey Jones work clothes factory, the venue provides a grand experience from the moment you walk through the doors.
Painstaking effort has been made to restore the structure to its original glory, from the grand 14-foot ceilings to the aged and worn wood flooring. Our goal has been to keep the structure as authentic as possible.
The owners of Woodstock Brewhouse are local Shenandoah Valley residents who all share a love for our community and a passion for craft brewing (both making and drinking). Having been home-brewers for years, the opportunity to make larger batches of favorite recipes to share with the public is exciting and, perhaps, a little intimidating.
No one person’s tastes are the same and the owners of the Brewhouse are no different. This assures that we provide a variety of beers to sample and enjoy. We make every effort to source local ingredients, and take advantage of the bounty of the Shenandoah Valley.
The Woodstock Brewhouse offers our in-house craft beers every day of the week during our regular business hours. Stop in to see what’s on tap! We also have in-house brewed root beer!
Woodstock Brewhouse is an independent craft brewer.
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- 123 E Court St
- Woodstock, VA 22664-1761
- United States
- (540) 459-2739
For More InformationVisit the Brewery Website
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