For the second time this year, a Richmond beer maker is turning off its taps, as its owner skips town for a job in North Carolina.
“It started about a month ago, which sounds crazy,” marketing director Elle Correll said of its Cape Charles expansion. “Everything just fell into place.”
A 10-year-old store in the Fan has launched a liquor-production wing to help customers wash down their noodles.
Gov. Ralph Northam has signed into law a bill that allows dogs inside the state’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.
In front of a packed house Monday night, Richmond City Council voted to reject a proposed tax on cigarettes and postponed a decision regarding the future of Stone Brewing Co.’s planned bistro.
The fate of the Fulton neighborhood’s Intermediate Terminal building is expected to be decided tonight.
A new option for al fresco drinking has started to chirp 16 stories above downtown.
The Richmond beer maker, which launched in 2013, joins several others looking to outside markets for satellite locations.
Last weekend’s grand opening in Goochland coincided with an effort by local booze-making peers to flow more tourists through that part of the region.
There’s a new player entering the Richmond booze scene with a lineup of rum, gin and brandy.