- Tuesday Tappings - Featuring a beer release every Tuesday. Signup for our newsletter to get special offers.
- Wednesday Special Casks - Our brewers bring out their cask creations and favorites from our friends.
- Collaborative Beers – In the spirit of camaraderie among the regional brewing industry, we enjoy working alongside fellow brewers to create collaborative beers for special events and occasions. Plus you can also find some of our favorite brews when we host special events and festivals.
Mad Fox Brewing System
Our brewery utilizes a state-of-the-art brewing system from Premier Stainless Systems that consists of six 30-barrel fermentation vessels, six 15-barrel serving tanks and one 15-barrel bright tank. You can’t miss our stainless steel serving tanks, standing more than ten feet tall, that are prominently displayed behind the host stand at the brewpub entrance.
In terms of capacity, each serving tank can hold 465 gallons of beer, which is equivalent to 30 ½ kegs or pouring 3,720 (16oz) or 4,950 (12oz) beers.
First Saturday Brewery Open House
Customers can learn about the brewery process with a behind-the-scenes look at the brewery by attending the First Saturday Brewery Open held on the first Saturday of each month. A brewery team member conducts one-hour guided tours for up to 14 guests throughout the afternoon. Register on-site the day of the event with tours filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit our events page for details.
Additionally, we’re committed to supplying our local farm sources with spent grain left over from the brewing process to be used as food for livestock.
All of our beers are brewed in-house on our 15-barrel Premier Stainless brewing system by our Brewers, Bill, Charlie, Brian & Brad. Due to the freshness and demand for our beer, we occasionally may not have your favorite available. Please inquire with our Mad Fox staff as to which libations we're currently pouring.
Sampler of 4 Beers (4 oz. each) - Your choice
Growlers - $17 empty growler, fill/refill additional
Kellerbier Kölsch (4.4% ABV)
Our 2011 Great American Beer Festival® Gold Medal award winning Kellerbier style Kӧlsch. Same recipe as our standard Kӧlsch, just an unfiltered version served cellar style like a German Brewer might enjoy directly from the lager tank. The experience might not be as crisp as the filtered version due to the presence of yeast and other proteins that are typically filtered out. Try them both and see for yourself!
Kölsch (4.4% ABV)
One of our signature brews, this German-style golden ale originates in the Köln (Cologne) region of Germany. Restrained hop bitterness is produced by the use of German noble Hersbrucker hops, which add a subtle fresh piney or spicy note. The authentic Kölsch yeast produces a clean crisp beer with lager aroma notes. German malts provide the backbone.
Mason’s Dark Mild (3.3% ABV)
One of our extreme session beers, this dark roasty malt-accented beer is our lowest alcohol beer yet. This session ale is toffee and chocolate accented with just enough hops to keep the malt sweetness from getting cloying. Brewed with English malts and English Goldings hops, this classic English-style ale was born for the Pub and your pint glass.
The Elixir Maibock (6.5% ABV)
A deep golden-colored, light bodied seasonal lager. Pilsner, Vienna and Dark Munich malts balanced by Tettnanger hops gives this beer its toasty nose, smooth yet crisp character and late dry finish. Notes of light honey and Hazelnut.
Defender American APA (5.2% ABV)
An American-style of Pale Ale brewed with a base malt of English Pale malt and a portion of German Vienna malt. This hop forward beer is brewed with the American hop varietal Columbus hops for bittering, flavor and aroma. This beer has a juicy malt flavor that is balanced by the use of the assertive Columbus hopping. Our house ale yeast produces a subtle fruity aroma.
Saison (6.0% ABV)
Sturdy farmhouse-style ale that showcases a yeast from northern France, along the Belgian border. The earth and spice notes as well as the citrus fruit character are yeast driven. The balance and complexity of the aroma will change as the beer warms in your hand. Medium bitterness and honeyish malt with a semi-dry finish.
Broad Street IPA (7.3% ABV)
An American-style India Pale Ale that is brewed with 100% Centennial hops from the Pacific Northwest and then dry- hopped with over 44 pounds of Centennial for an extra fresh hop punch. This beer has a fresh resiny herbal and citrusy grapefruit aroma that follows through to a tingling hoppy herbal bitterness in the finish. The British pale and German Vienna malts provide a biscuity malt sweetness that balances the hop bitterness.
Diabolik Belgian Golden Strong Ale (5.5% ABV)
A Belgian-style Strong Golden Ale made with 100% German Pilsner malt and 100 pounds of sugar; this is a light golden ale fermented with a Belgian yeast strain from the brewery that produces Duvel. This is a seductive beer that has a perfumey citrus yeast character. Served in a Snifter glass due to the high strength of this beer.
Leonidas - Batch 300 Ale (8% ABV)
This brew was designed to be something special to mark out 300th brew much like its predecessor Batch 100. We took a different approach and took most of the dark malt character out and made this in the spirit of a rich West Coast Double IPA. English pale and crystal malts melded with German Cara-wheat, Carafa and Munich malts form a solid malt backbone. The kettle additions of hops follow with 100% American bred Citra hops to be followed by dry hopping with Citra and another favorite in the Simcoe varietal to lend a piney, citrus hop character to the juicy malt flavor. Enjoy this version now while you can and expect to see the rest of the batch in a barrel aged version in June. Cheers!
Mad Jacket Instigator Doppelbock – (7.2% ABV)
When the brewers at Mad Fox Brewing Company and Bluejacket decided to get together to create a new brew we decided to take inspiration from the German monks celebrating the Spring Lenten season with a traditional doppelbock. Strength of the malt to lend sustenance during times of fasting were found in imported German Pilsen, Munich and a dash of Chocolate Wheat malts. The hop balance of flavors was drawn from imported German Hersbrucker and Spalt noble hop varietals. The water used to brew was our very own from Falls Church and fermentation was accomplished with a traditional lager yeast that yielded a hefty 7.2 % alcohol by volume. Prosit!
House brewed Root Beer - $3.50 with free refills
Our house brewed recipe uses cane sugar, local honey and all natural flavorings to produce a complex non-alcoholic brew.
Historical Beer List - Interested in all of the beers in our repertoire? This is a historical list, only those beers on the drinks menu are currently available. Historical Beer List Page
Please download our Drinks menu for our current wine list.
Foggy Ridge, First Fruit Cider, Dugspur Virginia (Bottle)
Foggy Ridge, Serious Cider, Dugspur Virginia (Bottle)
Blackthorn Draught, Somerset England (Draught)
Bold Rock Virginia Apple, Nellysford Virginia (Draught)
Original Sin Cider , Melbourne Florida (Draught)
Fox Hill, Ginger-Apricot, Marshal North Carolina
Fox Hill, Special Reserve, Marshal North Carolina