There’s a new twist in the tale of a recently closed Manchester brewery.
A two-block stretch of the area is being eyed for two developments that backers say are intended to spur the corridor’s revitalization.
“We’re eager to move to the next step,” brewery spokesman Jay Smith said, “but understanding these things can take time and (we) want to get it right.”
A Richmonder has traded banking and data for bottles and draft lines by buying a chain of local beer shops.
If you want to taste the two best IPAs in the state, look no further than a small taproom in Lakeside.
The state agency has received permission for a deal with an out-of-state developer to move its headquarters to the suburbs, potentially freeing up land for a new baseball stadium.
For the second time this year, a Richmond beer maker is turning off its taps, as its owner skips town for a job in North Carolina.
“It started about a month ago, which sounds crazy,” marketing director Elle Correll said of its Cape Charles expansion. “Everything just fell into place.”
A 10-year-old store in the Fan has launched a liquor-production wing to help customers wash down their noodles.
Gov. Ralph Northam has signed into law a bill that allows dogs inside the state’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.