Not Everybody Wants a Neighborhood Brewery

The growing prevalence of craft breweries across America may cause entrepreneurs to feel as though they can plop a brewery just about anywhere and get to brewin'. But that isn't the case. Proposing something that could change the way of life around a town "is like grabbing a high-voltage cable sometimes," according to Clifton, Virginia, Mayor William R. Holloway. The small, affluent town is about an hour from Washington, D.C.

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