Not to be outdone by the Flying Squirrels, a Richmond pro soccer team is unveiling its own team beer.
The battle over a local beer brand has ended after a trademark dispute that showed a rare sign of bitterness in the craft beer industry.
A locomotive-themed brewery taking shape downtown has decided to send its products to market in Brown trucks.
The brewery boom didn’t slow down after Richmond’s 2012 year of beer. Three new breweries opened this year in the Richmond area with at least three more on the way for 2014. Here’s a wrap of brewery activity for 2013.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels are looking to an Ashland brewery for their next pitcher.
Two former local Dominion workers are trading “corporate time” for a full-time happy hour.
A fast-growing North Carolina brewery is pouring into the Richmond market.
A national brewery recently traveled from the Charles River to the James River to help launch its new beer.
Local businessmen Brian Marks, Alex Wotring and Vincent Riggi are hoping to push moonshine from the realm of backwoods, glass-jar nostalgia to modern cocktail menus.
Hunting down a happy hour might soon get a little easier.