Beers from two new Virginia breweries are about start pouring from taps in Richmond.
Brown glass jugs that are both eco-friendly and economical are becoming a must-have accessory for beer enthusiasts.
Michael Horn was thinking about opening a brewery, but he realized that new breweries had created an opening.
Seasonals — Maibocks in the spring, Oktoberfests in the fall, barleywines in the winter — make up about 20 percent of the styles cranked out by craft brewers.
The beer beat has been a busy one this year for BizSense reporters, and we touched base this month with some of the breweries we covered in 2012.
Just months after leasing a second building, one of Richmond’s fastest growing breweries has gone from renter to owner.
BizSense Nation, raise a glass to The Brew, BizSense’s newest feature. Lee Graves, aka the Beer Guy, will serve up news and analysis of the Richmond area’s exploding beer scene on the second and fourth Fridays of each month.
A peek inside Richmond’s newest brewery.
In the year since Tony Ammendolia opened Original Gravity, a home brewing supply shop on Lakeside Avenue, the local craft beer scene has taken off.
Virginia’s ever-expanding craft beer economy was on display last week at the Great American Beer Festival, and one of the commonwealth’s breweries received some serious accolades.