King's Crossing Store
Store owners Don and Laurie Kadel displayed a still at the King's Crossing Store starting in the 1960s. This item was popular among store patrons. In 1974, it attracted the attention of the Virginia ABC Board, who raided the store and seized the still. After a prolonged legal fight, however, the Kadels were able to retain the still as long as they certified it was not for alcohol production. Their permit was the first issued by the ABC Board in Virginia.