A local wine and beer bottle supplier is expanding on the wine side of its business – and going mobile in the process.
Breweries from up and down the Atlantic coastline will gather in Richmond next weekend for a meeting of the malts.
The neighborhood’s first brewery plans to install a four-barrel system and taproom in a former auto shop near Battery Park.
The Scott’s Addition beer maker is ordering another round of tanks as it extends its distribution footprint within the state.
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.