Fourth Street Barbecue practices the brewing it will do next door as Four Points Brewing.
The state’s 1,200 distributors can now sell beer in any quantity, including individual 32-ounce bottles, six-packs and growlers.
In addition to 50-plus draft beers, the new brewery and restaurant sells draft wines and cocktails plus beer, wine and and spirits to go.
Frank and Tracy Kegg are starting out small, but their plans for Kegg Brewing Co. are to grow it in the mountains of Georgia.
Warehouse space in Garfield will help sell more beer to the country brewery’s city fans by this summer.
The new concept from the folks at Winghart’s is scheduled to open in February at the former Franco’s Trattoria on West Liberty Avenue.
Mulled wine, Irish coffee, hot toddy or bourbon hot chocolate can warm the body and soul.