A brewery from the Blue Ridge Mountains is picking up where a recently closed Southside beer maker left off.
The launch date for the city’s newest brewery – and the first in Northside – is in sight.
Two local breweries – one in the suburbs and one in Lakeside – recently invested in upgrades at their respective facilities.
After working in the wine business for over a decade in the Big Apple, a local entrepreneur is uncorking his own distribution business in Richmond.
There’s a new twist in the tale of a recently closed Manchester brewery.
A two-block stretch of the area is being eyed for two developments that backers say are intended to spur the corridor’s revitalization.
“We’re eager to move to the next step,” brewery spokesman Jay Smith said, “but understanding these things can take time and (we) want to get it right.”
A Richmonder has traded banking and data for bottles and draft lines by buying a chain of local beer shops.
If you want to taste the two best IPAs in the state, look no further than a small taproom in Lakeside.
The state agency has received permission for a deal with an out-of-state developer to move its headquarters to the suburbs, potentially freeing up land for a new baseball stadium.