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Three Notch’d RVA Collab House and Reason Beer create a special brew for The Market at 25th

From The Market at 25th:

Richmond, Va. – Brewers united to create a collaboration beer that helps launch the opening month for The Market at 25th. As the store gears up for opening this March, the collaboration brew will be carried at the Three Notch’s RVA Collab House and area restaurants, and will available in growlers at The Market at 25th‘s fill station.


“The store itself has been a true community effort, so a collaboration beer is the perfect way to toast the opening,” states Norm Gold, Developer and Operator of The Market at 25th. “We are so grateful to Mark Fulton of Reason Beer and Willey Broaddus of the Three Notch’d RVA Collab House for making this even more memorable.”

“We’re always looking for special projects to support – it’s in our name and why we started Reason Beer,” states Mark Fulton, Co-Owner and Director of Brewing Operations for Reason Beer. “We truly believe in neighbors helping neighbors and are proud to collaborate on this special endeavor.” 


The New England Style IPA will be launched throughout RVA at the end of February. 

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PHOTO GUIDE:

Brewers: Brewers Mark Fulton and Willey Broaddus oversee production

Customer Service Asst: Shaaron Comfort, Customer Service Assistant Store Director with Willey Broaddus

Grocery Manager: Grocery Manager Kenny Jenkins stirs the New England Style IPA created for The Market at 25th

Local Liaison : Local Liaison for the Market at 25th, Frantzis Frantz, with Mark Fulton and Willey Broaddus

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1 comment

Jason S 02/05/2019 at 2:49 PM

This is awesome! but uh… are hair nets not a thing in brewing?

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