POWHATAN, Va. -- Jason Miller and Tim Torrez expected their brewery’s grand opening to include pints being passed across a bar, not being handed through car windows.
Such is life as the region’s newest beer maker in the age of coronavirus.
Miller and Torrez opened the Grateful Dead-inspired Crazy Rooster Brewing Co. over the weekend at 1560 Oakbridge Drive in Powhatan, offering takeout only.
Construction on the 5,000-square-foot space, which is part of a newly built 20,000-square-foot building just off State Route 60, started wrapping up right as the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. Click here to continue reading on Richmond BizSense.
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