• Finish the search for VA Craft Beer in Hopewell and Prince George at home!

    If you’re just now tuning in to this week’s series of blog posts, make sure you catch up with the last two!

    We’re celebrating Virginia’s Craft Beer month the best way we know how, by guiding you directly to an ice cold VA craft beer! The first three recommendations led you to local restaurants that are sure to impress both behind the bar and on your plate!

    Today, we’ve switched gears.

    We’re finishing off the week by highlighting two locally-owned grocery stores. I recommend that you stop at these two stores on your way home to build (or further grow!) your assortment of VA craft beer at home!

    You can pull off of Jefferson Park Rd. in Prince George County and stop at Crafty’s Drive-By Grocery Store to find the coldest beer in town! Their walk-in beer cooler is impressively chilly and houses three delicious options to add to your VA craft beer collection!

    Old Bust Head Brewing Company’s Graffiti House, a West Coast style IPA, crafted in Fauquier County, Virginia
    Trapezium Brewing Company’s Lucky 39 IPA and White Ale, crafted in Petersburg, Virginia

    You do have to walk into Crafty’s to purchase alcohol, but fear not, they deliver! Visit their location at 3809 Jefferson Park Road, Prince George, VA to experience the walk-in beer cooler for yourself, or call (804) 458-9320 to have an ice cold 6-pack of VA craft beer delivered right to your door!

    If you’re a true VA craft beer connoisseur and are looking for a larger collection to browse, you can’t pass up a trip to Hopewell’s Randolph Market. They are serious about sharing many great products that Virginia has to offer. From produce, to peanuts, and over a dozen craft beer selections you can build a Virginia inspired night in! Visit Randolph Market at 300 N 6th Ave, Hopewell, VA and build your own VA craft beer 6-pack.