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Buy a Legend: Legend Brewery Up for Sale

The listing doesn’t include an asking price but considering how hot the real estate market is right now, it won’t be cheap.




Personally I feel the writing was on the wall when they laid off most of their staff and switched over to a “tasting room” model after getting it rezoned last year to allow mixed use.

Original article by Richmond

Legend Brewing Co. has put its Manchester real estate up for sale, leaving the future of Richmond’s oldest brewery up in the air.

Its headquarters, brewing hub, pub and 1.3-acre parcel at 321 W. Seventh St. hit the market in recent days. The property is being marketed as a potential mixed-use redevelopment opportunity. Berkadia’s Drew White, Carter Wood and Cole Carns have the listing, which doesn’t include an asking price.

The brewery remains open for business and Dave Gott, Legend’s vice president of operations, said that the company absolutely plans “on trying to keep the (Legend) brand out there,” but that it is unsure what the future holds.

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.