A cider maker with roots in the Blue Ridge Mountains is looking to sprout in Richmond.
A local wine distributor has blended a competitor specializing in artisanal French wine into its book of business
With a new cafe up and running in the Bottom and its production volume rising, a local coffee company is headed outside the city for more room to roast.
Hardywood is preparing to dip its toe into the waters of cider-making.
It’s the Mecca for beer. But this year just one Richmond-area brewery was pouring tastes this year.
Picking up where a short-lived Richmond brewery left off, a Waynesboro-based beer maker has tapped its first satellite location in Manchester.
Shockoe Bottom is set to get another brewery as an old Richmond brand continues its return from the dead.
A strip center near Route 10 will be the site of the region’s next brewery and bring the number of beer makers in Chesterfield County to three.
It all started with a day at the beach. It was 2016, and Hardywood Park Craft Brewery co-founders Eric McKay and Patrick Murtaugh were on weekend trips to different beaches. They each brought with them some cans of beer from their brewery. “I remember I had brought some Great Return (IPA) cans out with me… Read more »
The business of booze is spilling further into Powhatan County. Three Crosses Distillery is preparing to open at 3835 Old Buckingham Road, where it will make whiskey, rum, moonshine, vodka, rye and bourbon. Distilling is something of a family tradition for Three Crosses owners Michelle and John Davenport. Michelle said her husband’s great-uncle was once… Read more »