The local seasonal brew is so popular nationwide, people from California have flown in to buy it when it goes on sale.
The eagerly anticipated open-air beer bar and market Cask Cafe on South Robinson will be open to the public this week.
After last year’s extremely successful outing, local brewery Wild Wolf has created a beer exclusively available at this year’s Richmond Folk Festival.
Each month Pints and Pint-sized will highlight a local restaurant where city-dwelling parents can take their children and enjoy a good brew or two (responsibly, of course). This month: Legend Brewing Co.
Miss out on this past weekend’s Oktoberfest in the Museum District? Bummer!
Ardent Craft Ales announced that they will be opening a full-scale production brewery in Scott’s Addition in early spring 2014.
The FALL LINE FEST Ale is approachable enough for the average drinker, yet complex enough for the discerning beer nerd looking for the next new thing–just like the fest it was created for.
Today Senator Mark Warner stopped by Hardywood Park Craft Brewery to chat beers, laws, and…healthcare?
RVANews picture of the day.