What’s new? Hazy beer guidelines and Stone’s plans

You might know it as New England IPA. The Brewers Association calls it “juicy or hazy” in new style categories announced this week. Jay Burnham and I also discuss Stone’s change in plans for its bistro and beer gardens at the intermediate terminal site, plus we add a bit of history about the introduction of lager beer to Virginia in the mid-1800s. Join us every other Friday on WRIR 97.3 FM at 11:30 a.m. If you missed today’s broadcast, click on the link below.

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I am a writer. And a musician/songwriter. And a husband/father. I love good beer, the outdoors, the embrace of family, the company of true friends, the telling of a good story and the inner peace derived from quiet reflection in solitude. Recently I have specialized in beer writing. In October 2014, "Richmond Beer: A History of Brewing in the River City" was published by History Press. "Charlottesville Beer: Brewing in Jefferson's Shadow," followed in January 2017. A third book, this one a statewide Virginia beer book combining history and profiles of current craft breweries, is with University of Virginia Press and slated for publication in 2018. Send me an email at rvabeerguy@gmail.com. As you can see from this site, however, my interests are broader than beer. Spend time, leave a comment or just enjoy. Lee
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2 Responses to What’s new? Hazy beer guidelines and Stone’s plans

  1. Tim says:

    Would you happen to know if there was ever a brewery located on Granby Street in Richmond, VA?

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