In front of a packed house Monday night, Richmond City Council voted to reject a proposed tax on cigarettes and postponed a decision regarding the future of Stone Brewing Co.’s planned bistro.
The fate of the Fulton neighborhood’s Intermediate Terminal building is expected to be decided tonight.
A new option for al fresco drinking has started to chirp 16 stories above downtown.
The Richmond beer maker, which launched in 2013, joins several others looking to outside markets for satellite locations.
Last weekend’s grand opening in Goochland coincided with an effort by local booze-making peers to flow more tourists through that part of the region.
There’s a new player entering the Richmond booze scene with a lineup of rum, gin and brandy.
The university is expanding the offerings of its brewing certificate program, which launched in 2016, with a new round of courses.
The restaurateurs hired a Colorado brewer to head operations at the former 7 Hills space in Shockoe Bottom.
It will be another month before the future of Stone’s Fulton restaurant and taproom becomes more clear.
In a change from plans first approved three years ago, they seek to raze the long-vacant building along the James River to make way for the brewer’s future bistro.