Off to the races….

by / Thursday, 05 May 2016 / Published in Wild Wolf Brewing Company

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 Beer at the Derby
May 7th will be a big day for mint juleps and cocktails as it is the day of the first horse race in the Triple Crown — the Kentucky Derby!
But did you know that the race horses partake in a little good cheer as well?
Racehorse trainers and jockeys have been known to give their four legged friends a beer before the big race. This practice dates back to Irish horseraces in the 1800’s.
It takes a huge amount of energy to gallop around the 1.25 mile Derby track, going at an average of 40 mph. The beer helps add calories to the horses’ diets, as well as making their feed taste better!
After a hard race, some trainers will even reward their horses with a few extra beers — Sounds like good incentive to win some races!
So this May 7th, maybe instead of opting for the Mint Julep, grab a Wild Wolf beer and raise your glass to the racehorses!
Beer might be tasty for horses, but some of our fuzzy friends can get sick from beer.  In fact, it can be very harmful to dogs even when they seem to love the taste. Here at Wild Wolf, we make dog treats from our spent grain (Lady Luna’s Brewers Biscuits). These are healthy for the pups, and still a tasty treat for them as well!

We compost and this is why…
Have you every wondered what happens to the food scraps in the Wild Wolf restaurant?  Wild Wolf composts all scraps except proteins. Not only does this reduce the amount of garbage taken to landfills, but compost is beneficial in many ways!
When using compost as mulch, it helps bind the soil, which provides good soil structure. Composted soil is able capture more air, moisture and nutrients.
Wild Wolf uses the compost in our vegetable and herb gardens, as well as the hopyard.

Composted soil is extremely rich due to the decayed material and the worms that it attracts.

Another great feature that comes from healthy soil is an important factor in protecting our waters. Compost increases the soil’s ability to retain water & decreases runoff. Runoff pollutes water by carrying soil, fertilizers and pesticides to nearby streams.
With all of these benefits that come with composting, it would be silly for Wild Wolf (Virginia Green’s Brewery of the Year) to not compost as much we can!
Happy Composting!

    Whoa Nelly!

(formerly Wee Heavy)
Scottish Brown Ale
5.7% ABV | 20 IBU 
Whoa Nelly is a coppery Scottish style brown ale that combines roasted caramel malts with just a bit of smoked malt for a delicious, drinkable brew. We know you will be exclaiming “Whoa Nelly!” after your first taste.
On Draft and in Cans!


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Howling Pumpkin 22 oz. $2.50
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Stop by the Gift Shop, visit the bar, or ask your server to take some beer home today!
Wild Wolf Brewing Company, 2461 Rockfish Valley Hwy, 434 -361- 0088, Nellysford, VA 22958


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