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Brewed with honor, Thin Brew Line serves an original lineup of craft beer in a taproom that salutes our First Responders and Frontline Workers. Founded by former police officers and family members, blue blood runs throughout our facility and guides our community involvement. We invite you to stop by and make our brewery part of your Virginia Craft Beer experience. We are located in the Oceana Crossing Shopping Center at 1375 Oceana Blvd. #124 Virginia Beach, VA 23454.
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Our beer does good
Our beers are here to not only satisfy your palate, but also help the greater good. We have named several recipes in honor of different first responder groups and will donate a portion of sales to raise money for causes associated with them.
Our Dry Irish Stout is named "An Garda Síochána" after the police service of the Republic of Ireland formed on August 8, 1923 by Michael Collins and the Irish Government. This delicious Irish Stout will donate a portion of each pint sold to the Virginia Beach Police Foundation.
The Virginia Beach Police Foundation is established to provide recognition and support to the Virginia Beach Police Department in whatever format may be deemed by its directors to be appropriate and desirable. Such support shall primarily focus on the funding and establishment of special projects and activities, as well as financial assistance for those endeavors which serve to improve the effectiveness, public understanding and morale of the members of the Department and their families.
Our first Hefeweizen honors the "Thin White Line" of Emergency Response. We've partnered with the Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Rescue Squad and Fire Department (Courthouse Rescue) to help raise money and awareness for their numerous causes.
They are one of 10 independent volunteer rescue squads that provide 911 emergency medical response services to the City of Virginia Beach. Courthouse Rescue was originally formed by 12 residents of the courthouse area of Princess Anne County in April of 1947 and officially chartered by the Commonwealth of Virginia, as the Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Fire Department on November 24, 1947 and have since served the emergency medical needs of the Princess Anne, Pungo, Salem, General Booth / Strawbridge, Redmill and Ocean Lakes areas of the City.
Our "Kölsch-9" (K-9) will donate to the Retired Police Canine Foundation. They are a non-profit charity that:
- Recruit and negotiate with veterinarians, dog food suppliers, and other service providers to provide free or
discounted services to law enforcement officers who have adopted retired dogs.
- Help pay for medical care for retired law enforcement dogs.
- Negotiate with landlords to allow handlers and their retired dogs to remain in their rental homes or apartments.
- Work to give retired law enforcement dogs the same rights as service dogs who can live anywhere with their owners
and accompany their owners into all public places.
- Raise awareness about the effectiveness of these dogs in protecting our country from terrorists and our
communities from crime.
Check them out and donate at www.policek9help.com
And try our Kölsch-9 on your next visit!