The sister brewery of a Petersburg beer maker is thirsty for a piece of the local market.
After hitting tax credit roadblocks for a historic Scott’s Addition building, two restaurateurs are exploring options for the property and looking at other locations for a new beer company.
Michael and Laura Dyer Hild are doubling down on the Hull Street beer scene, which they are single-handedly creating.
The remnants of a shuttered Shockoe Slip brewpub were snatched up quickly over the weekend.
Ahead of opening a second taproom, the local brewery is beefing up its flagship facility in Chesterfield County.
The tanks, furnishings and other gear from a former Shockoe Bottom brewpub are up for grabs less than a week after its closure.
The brewpub opened in 2015 with the hopes of combining an in-house brewery and full-service restaurant.
A century-old Shockoe building that once housed firehoses and axes soon will be serving up espresso and pastries.
The local brewery showed off its new $28 million facility this week as it prepares to open in the spring.
With many local breweries now drawing national attention and collecting various awards, while also staying busy in here in Richmond, 2017 was a year full of growth.