Reverberations from a nine-figure deal between two beer giants on opposite sides of the Pacific are being felt here in Richmond.
The brewery will open a 3,000-square-foot standalone location in Blackwood Development’s 25-acre Winterfield Crossing project.
The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild made the annual contest smaller this year and six Richmond area breweries brought home a total of eight awards, compared to 12 breweries with 16 awards last year.
The coffee house chain shut down the 26 N. Morris St. cafe due the uncertainty of a return to regular indoor service, but the Scott’s Addition and Addison Street shops will remain open.
“If you’re not busy in retirement doing something that’s physical and uses your intellect, you’ll wither up and die. And we all drink, clearly.”
Citing a slowdown in the craft beer industry, a local brewery is looking for more time to hold up its end of a 2017 economic development deal.
The opening marks a career change for owner Thomas Pakurak Jr., who got into homebrewing years ago while working in IT.
An increasing popular libation is giving rise to a pair of new regional booze brands.
Dozens of mask-wearing guests helped toast the launch last week of the region’s newest winery.
“It’s not a long-term solution at all, but it’s breathing some life back into our business after the complete disintegration of on-premise sales.”