A two-and-half-year-old craft brewery in Roanoke has finally made its way to the capital.
Local beer lovers will have a another craft brew to choose from starting in August.
Richmond’s newest craft brewery was born out of an epiphany, and its founders want to enlighten you.
Beer enthusiasts will have even more selection at restaurants and convenience stores across Richmond after a local distributor picked up a handful of new beer labels, one of which it hopes can swipe market share from local favorite PBR.
With Richbrau gone, the Shockoe area has been missing its own brew pub.
By now most beer drinkers are used to Magic Hat, a Vermont beer that’s now ubiquitous in Richmond. Another Vermont brew has come to town.
Two friends from Collegiate hatched a business plan while at a Virginia Tech football game, and now they’ve got their very own Richmond whiskey to pour at this season’s tailgate parties.
Richbrau Brewery owner Michael T. Byrne said his Shockoe Slip restaurant collapsed under the weight of the recession.
Richbrau Brewing Company has closed its doors.
Forget Big Brother. From its headquarters in Powhatan County local startup InteliTap, tracks kegs of beer from the brewery to the moment its contents are poured into a customer’s frosty glass. The company can notify a bar owner anywhere in the world when a barkeep is a little too generous with a pint of the good stuff. And business is set to grow 80 percent this year.