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Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, Richmond

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
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4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • This place has two large buildings - one that houses the brewery, offers tours and tastings and plenty of indoor seating, the other that houses a bocche ball court. In front of these are plenty of out...  read more »
  • We stopped in for a craft beer while visiting our son in Richmond. We were fortunate enough to be able to take a tour of the facility with Jillian. The information provided was interesting, comprehens...  read more »
  • Loads of food trucks with all different types of food for each person. Two of us had the pulled pork, one had a burger and another had the quesadillas. All the food was excellent and the choices of be...  read more »
  • Impressive! They have various events going on at different times of the week. They have great tap options. High quality beer at very economical prices.
  • When you enjoy drinking special beers, you need to go to this brewery and take a tour. You'll get a souvenir tasting glass and can try three different brews during the tour. They'll tell mostly about the brewery and only little about the brewery process. The bar has a nice industrial atmosphere and there's live music being played regularly. There are many homemade brews on tap and canned you can try.
  • Wow! Came here as a last minute visit and got Urban fest. Awesome beer amazing time and great people. Can't wait to get back!
  • We went to one of the Food Truck Court nights. The place was ridiculously busy, but they had so many food trucks that for the most part it was easy to get food with little to no line. Hardywood's beers are solid. Most of them aren't styles I enjoy, but plenty of other people do! They have a few bar stations now (there was only one the last time I went) because they've expanded into an additional space. There are a lot of picnic tables outside, which I'm sure are lovely to hang out at when there's less of a crowd but I've honestly only been there for some of their larger events. Other than the food truck nights (most Thursdays I believe) they do allow you to bring your own food, but they don't otherwise sell anything onsite other than their beer (and a lot of non-edible swag) so plan accordingly.
  • Meh. The grounds of Hardyood are nice and even the opportunity to have food truck Thursday is pretty cool and community oriented but the parking plan lacks forethought and the drink offerings are not as inclusive or widespread as marketing material would have you believe.
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