Best Way to Build Your Own Craft-Brew Dynasty 

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click to enlarge Tony Ammendolia, who started home brewing in 1993, grew his passion into a business. His home-brew supply store, Original Gravity, now offers beer on tap as well as support and supplies for people who want to try making beer at home.

Scott Elmquist

Tony Ammendolia, who started home brewing in 1993, grew his passion into a business. His home-brew supply store, Original Gravity, now offers beer on tap as well as support and supplies for people who want to try making beer at home.

Sure, Stone Brewing is settling into its big new digs. And Richmond seems to birth a new craft brewery on every corner. But if you really want to carve out your own hip niche, you’ll have to practice. Here are some resources for getting into the home-brewing game:

Original Gravity
6118 Lakeside Ave.
264-4808
oggravity.com

Artisans Wine and Homebrew
13829 Village Place Drive
379-1110
artisanswineandhomebrew.com

James River Homebrewers
Second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.
Mekong
6004 W. Broad St.
Search Facebook for James River Homebrewers

Mentoring Advanced Standards of Homebrewing
Third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
Sergio’s
4824 Market Square Lane
Search Facebook for MASHRVA

Editor's note: The print edition of this listing included the Weekend Brewer, which is now closed.

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)

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