A Carytown beer maker has rebranded as it prepares to pour a different kind of fermented drink.
A year after rescuing a startup that was on the fritz, a local duo has rebranded the company’s flagship product which caters to homebrewers.
After a March fire destroyed their home, Eric and Liza Cioffi soon will move back into their farm, while launching an outpost of their cidery in Richmond’s most competitive booze-making district.
A former employee of one of the city’s largest restaurant groups is stepping out on his own with a half-restaurant, half-beer store on Cary Street.
The owner of Carytown Cupcakes is planning a bar for a storefront next to the confectionary that soon will be left vacant by Carey Burke Carpets.
A tourism service aimed at highlighting the craft beer and booze industries has ventured out from Williamsburg and pulled into Richmond.
Shortly after its second anniversary, Lakeside’s lone brewery is spilling over into more space.
For three first-time entrepreneurs, a conversation over drinks at Quirk Hotel led to a new local startup built around precisely what they were sipping on.
Depending on the season, Chris Peace spends most of his days writing legislation or planning estates. Now, the lawman is taking on a third profession: vintner.
The stage is set for Henrico’s latest brewery, in a strip center next to Virginia Center Commons.