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Triple Crossing Brewing owners Adam Worcester, Scott Jones and Jeremy Wirtes. (PHOTO: J. Elias O’Neal)

RICHMOND, Va. — In a big step up from its original 2,800-square-foot location downtown, Triple Crossing Brewing last week unveiled a new taproom and production facility that’s 10 times the size.

The three-year-old railroad-themed brewery on Friday opened its 30,000-square-foot taproom and production facility at 5203 Hatcher St. in the city’s Fulton neighborhood.

Co-owner Scott Jones said the new facility’s bright murals, interior and exterior string lighting and long table seating give the 3,500-square-foot taproom and 4,000-square-foot production area an inviting, downtown Richmond street vibe.

“We wanted the space to remind people of downtown Richmond,” said Jones, who owns Triple Crossing with Adam Worcester and Jeremy Wirtes. “Everything from the lights to murals reflects what we wanted the space to look like.”

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