A Church Hill coffee shop has been born anew. The cafe has been renamed for the view of the James River from Libby Hill Park.
A year after planting an outpost in the city, a Goochland cidery is growing its flagship location.
Jason Miller and Tim Torrez are working to open Crazy Rooster Brewing Co. later this year or early 2020.
“If we win this, we’re going to blow a hole in the Virginia franchise law,” said Bell’s founder Larry Bell. “It’s going to change the brewer-wholesaler relationship in the state of Virginia, and I think we have a decent shot.”
A local brewer is looking for gold in York County.
A D.C. cidery is extending its operations to Richmond, securing storage space in a sprawling warehouse complex in the Southside.
A Charlottesville-based brewery is getting ready to close its local taproom.
An old Thalhimers department store building in Old Town Manchester has officially been reborn as the city’s newest brewery.
The company has realized the popularity of hard seltzers and similar beverages might not be a flash in the pan and decided to get in on the action.
The company recently added a mobile canning line to serve breweries, cideries and – thanks to recent law changes – distilleries looking to serve their spirits in cans.