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A deal on draft

A deal on draft

Aaron Kremer February 15, 2011 3

Beer enthusiasts will have even more selection at restaurants and convenience stores across Richmond after a local distributor picked up a handful of new beer labels, one of which it hopes can swipe market

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The bottom gets its brew back

The bottom gets its brew back

Al Harris February 11, 2011 7

With Richbrau gone, the Shockoe area has been missing its own brew pub

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Not so micro now

Not so micro now

Aaron Kremer December 20, 2010 1

By now most beer drinkers are used to Magic Hat, a Vermont beer that’s now ubiquitous in Richmond. Another Vermont brew has come to town.

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Whiskey startup goes down smooth

Whiskey startup goes down smooth

Al Harris August 18, 2010 27

Two friends from Collegiate hatched a business plan while at a Virginia Tech football game, and now they’ve got their very own Richmond whiskey to pour at this season’s tailgate parties.

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Richbrau files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Richbrau files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Andy Taylor February 22, 2010 8

Richbrau Brewery owner Michael T. Byrne said his Shockoe Slip restaurant collapsed under the weight of the recession

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Shockoe Slip brewpub shuts its doors

Shockoe Slip brewpub shuts its doors

Al Harris February 19, 2010 0

Richbrau Brewing Company has closed its doors

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Richmond’s favorite beer brand for sale

Richmond’s favorite beer brand for sale

Al Harris November 5, 2009 3

Some call it the Preferred Beer of Richmond, but most know it as Pabst Blue Ribbon

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Local brew now in six-packs

Local brew now in six-packs

Aaron Kremer October 1, 2009 6

Lugging around beer from a local brewer has just become a bit less awkward

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What’s on tap? Beer-tracking technology

What’s on tap? Beer-tracking technology

Al Harris June 2, 2009 1

Forget Big Brother. From its headquarters in Powhatan County local startup InteliTap, tracks kegs of beer from the brewery to the moment its contents are poured into a customer’s frosty glass. The company can

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22 was the loneliest number

22 was the loneliest number

Aaron Kremer February 23, 2009 2

Legend Brewery is diversifying its lineup. The 15-year-old business will add six packs and expand its South Side brewery and bottling operation. The reason: Founder and Owner Tom Martin sold Legend’s sister distributorship (Legend

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