RICHMOND, Va. — Rapp Session, the sister bar to Rappahanock, has transformed itself into Christmas Sessions. It’s delightfully stuffed with Christmas decorations and the holiday cheer extends all the way to its beverages. Rapp is doing a traditional nog custard with tempered eggs and complete with Blade & Bow bourbon and oak-heart spiced rum. Travis Croxton, owner of both spots, says the orange zest on the rim really takes it to a new level. Want a little unexpected but welcome spin on classic?
We all know Richmond’s craft beer scene has earned a national rep.Well, now it’s about to hit Broadway. Beginning early next year, Hardywood Park Craft Brewery will see a yet-to-be-named beer poured in the lobby of the Majestic Theatre in New York City, in conjunction with the current run of "The Phantom of the Opera." How did a local brewery find its way to the Great White Way? The answer — surprise! — is a lot easier than practice, practice, practice.
I’m never quite ready to let go of fall. The in-betweenness of the season appeals to me with its crazy unpredictability — one day I’m craving ice cream to cool me the hell down, the next I’m reaching for a scarf when I walk out the door. Perhaps not surprisingly, I seek out beers this time of year to match the variable mood — like this Sour Walrus soured stout from newcomer Vasen Brewing, which opened in suds-centric Scott’s Addition in July.
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Selecting a term
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