We have a small homebrew club named the Trainwreck Brewers in Danville, VA. We were experiencing decent growth with our involvement in the local beer festival, discounts at the local craft beer shops, and a permanent meeting location in a building next door to one of the craft beer shops in town. The building was also owned by the owner of a craft beer shop and actually had an open entrance into the shop itself, but because of the seperate address, it didn't affect their ABC license. We had about 15-20 active members and seemed to be getting a new person about every month. Since that time, the craft beer store has changed owners and the current ownership has other plans for the meeting spot. We haven't been able to secure a new permanent meeting spot despite interest from many local merchants and businesses in the area. The Virginia ABC has told them it would affect their current ABC license. Because of this, we meet at different members houses each month. Active membership has dropped down to about 6-8 and we haven't seen a new member in a long time. I have heard this is a common problem, but I sent out an email to all of the listed homebrew clubs in VA with only 1 response. I was wondering if anyone had any insight into this issue, especially in VA.