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Drove to Petersburg from Richmond on a rainy Sunday and was not disappointed. The beer options were good and I liked all the ones I tried. The coconut flavored beer was great! We enjoyed the pizza, too, but one pizza isn’t really enough for two...More
This place was so good that we ate there twice while in town. Pizza is excellent, all the beers we tried were very good, and their s'mores stout went perfectly with the brownie sundae. They had some live music Saturday night and they've got a...More
This is a beautiful space (some outdoor, lots indoor) with huge pizza oven. Was stopping in for brief beer, but deeply regretted not being there for dinner--the pizzas were rolling and looked amazing.
Beer was well-crafted--interesting nitro version of a white ale.
Awesome place that handcrafts not only their own beer but pizza as well. The pizza was a little pricey but, again, all made right there so that's okay now and again. Pricey but far and above pizza such as...say Little Caeser's.
My friend and I...More
I make it down to Trapezium every couple months and find the experience to be satisfying. The wood-fired pizza dough is tossed behind the bar and covered in a variety of cheeses and toppings. My personal favorite is the Monterey – mozzarella, prosciutto, figs, goat...More
Emily S, Manager at Trapezium Brewing Co., responded to this reviewResponded 31 October 2017
The Monterrey is my personal favorite, too! Thanks for visiting, hope to see you again soon!
The beer selection is pretty good. I only tried one sampler, but nothing was bad. Prices are great. The pizza is excellent. Very quality tasting ingredients. The building itself is typical of breweries coming about in the last couple years. Minimalist, in an old warehouse,...More
Thank Brent H
Emily S, Manager at Trapezium Brewing Co., responded to this reviewResponded 16 October 2017
Brent, thanks for visiting! We're glad you enjoyed the pizza and beer. The building is an old ice and coal factory from the early 1900s. It was pretty beat up when we took possession, but we were able to salvage some of the original elements...More