Strangeways Brewing — the Henrico County-based brewery — is opening its third location, this one in Scott’s Addition.
The new location will feature a brewery and tasting room with 4,000 square feet, plus a large patio.
Its location at 3110 W. Leigh St. puts it across from Circuit Arcade Bar and in the same building as Smohk RVA. It “will showcase a large assortment of different beer styles including lagers, IPAs, Belgian styles, sours, and dark beers. Strangeways also is in the process of producing cider to bring a gluten reduced option to their patrons,” according to a news release.
Neil Burton — a former retail clothes seller turned brewery owner — opened the first Strangeways in 2013 at 2277A Dabney Road — after helping pass the legislation that made it legal for Virginia brewers to sell beer on-site. Last year, Strangeways opened its second location in Fredericksburg. Both locations will remain open.
Burton said he’s been searching for a third location for about a year, “and what better place to locate than in the heart of Scott’s Addition, which has become a phenomenal area for local craft beverage producers, local chefs and their restaurants, local artisans, and local businesses alike,” he said by email.
“We are beyond excited to be a part of the vibrant culture in this unique part of Richmond, and feel this area will continue to strengthen as a hub for retail locations, entertainment venues, corporate spaces and residential housing,” he added.
An opening date for the Scott’s Addition location has not yet been released. Both Strangeways locations are open daily.