Growlers To Go now open on the Boulevard

New business offers 55 beers on tap, 150 bottled varieties to take home.

Developer Charlie Diradour, who just started construction on a new building on Boulevard to house a takeaway growler business and a Starbucks a few short months ago, announced this weekend the growler concept is now open.

Growlers to go, which has upwards of 55 brews on draft on a rotating basis, allows customers to fill growlers to take off premises, as well as around 150 bottled varieties to choose from.

The attached Starbucks space is yet to be built out on the interior.

Growlers To Go is located at 1017 N. Boulevard

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Photos: Trevor Dickerson and Charlie Diradour

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Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews’ West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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  1. curious on said:

    if i have a growler that i did not purchase there, like say from hardywood–can i fill it up there?

  2. Yes you can. It needs to have the Surgeon General’s warning label which I think all Hardywood growlers do. I filled up my Hardywood insulated one there yesterday with some tasty DC Brau.

  3. I’ve heard the Surgeon General thing at Capital Ale House, but I found this post: that says it’s not true, and I don’t see it in the law: . The ABC website just references the Code of Virginia, but maybe they have discretion to require that on top of what the Code specifies. Odd that it’s not documented anywhere except word of mouth though.

  4. What is the address? I wasn’t able to find “Growlers to go” on Google maps either.

  5. 1017 N Blvd

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