Visit our taproom and experience magical and exciting award-winning beers from the oldest craft brewer in Virginia Beach in a fun and inviting atmosphere. We’re home to the legendary Hoptopus Double IPA and rare wild sour beers. Our knowledgeable team is passionate about quality beer and service to help you select a wonderful beer for your individual tastes. We’re constantly experimenting with local micro flora and unique ingredients to create the best tasting beers in the region. We have a great selection for everyone and you can take the taproom freshness home with you with our packaged beer, grenades and growlers. Are you with us?
Reaver is Expanding!
Expanding with a new location in Norfolk
Reaver Beach Brewing Co. is coming to Norfolk, soon to occupy the historic post office building at 3800 Colley Ave.
This location will feature a large taproom space, pouring all your Reaver favorites, along with new craft special release beers to be produced on the pilot brewing system we’ll install on site. Food trucks. live music, and good times will abound.
We couldn’t be more excited to be part of the rapidly growing North Colley district and look forward to seeing new faces and old friends in what will be an incredible space to experience the craft we love so much.
Note: this is a second location – our original production center and taproom in Virginia Beach will continue to operate without interruption.
Also note: this is a big project for us and we do not have a completely firm timeline for opening yet, but will post updates as things progress.
March 7, 2020
Back to the 80's!
Reaver Beach Brewing Co. is taking you back to the 80’s this March 7th from 3-7pm!
Dj Ni Ni will be here playing all of your favorite 80’s hits! Trust us, she’s one BAD ASS CHICK!
JR’S Street Dining will be here serving up some of their delicious Filipino cuisine, so come HUNGRY!!
Don’t forget to come dressed in your totally radical 80’s costume!
*FREE PARTY FAVORS!!
This event is going to be bitchin’!
Our sour and wild process includes a Virginia first: a coolship. This open-top brewing vessel, rarely used in the United States, allows open air to inoculate the brew with wild yeast and bacteria.