Charlottesville-based Grit Coffee is taking over a former Sweet Frog fro-yo shop in Richmond’s West End, after vacating its downtown spot on East Grace Street this month.
Petersburg has lost one of its two breweries.
The concept, which initially had been eyed for Scott’s Addition, is being brought to Richmond by two Charlottesville residents. It will combine pickleball courts, a full-service restaurant bar, a café and juice bar, and coworking spaces.
The Richmond brewery opened the satellite location in early 2017 and used it as a taproom and space for experimental brews.
As plans for a restaurant on its Goochland campus heat up, a local brewery has pulled in a cash haul from investors to keep the project cooking.
Two local breweries got some love at the nation’s biggest craft beer festival over the weekend.
What started as a coffee stand in a Hanover hospital has grown into a permanent shop.
A Nelson County-based cidery is replanting its Richmond taproom.
“Not only is this case not fully resolved, it is nowhere close to being resolved,” court filings state.
Engels sat down with BizSense last week to talk about the state of the craft beer market, how Stone Richmond is doing, growing pressure from the hard seltzer craze and his optimism that Stone Bistro will someday be built in Fulton.