Last week we took a look back at Meridian Pint’s birth five years ago. Now for the celebration – a tentative list from Meridian Pint’s beverage director, Jace Gonnerman:
“Wednesday, July 1 – 5:00 p.m.
Join us as we celebrate 5 years of providing the District with outstanding craft beer! As a thank you to our loyal customers, all 24 drafts (plus two casks) will be available for $5 all night!
The list is a mix of some of the standout local drafts that have helped us get to where we are today along with a mix of new, rare, and esoteric beers.
Without further adieu:
Cask: Oliver Serpent and the King
Cask: Port City Ways and Means (Amarillo)
1. DC Brau Public
2. Lost Rhino Meridian Kolsch
3. Port City Optimal Wit
4. Devils Backbone Vienna Lager
5. Union Old Pro Gose
6. 3 Stars Citra Lemon Peel Saison
7. Monocacy Riot Rye
8. Fair Winds Howling Gale IPA
9. Oliver Bishop’s Indulgence
10. RAR Grapefruit Nanticoke Nectar
11. Atlas NSFW
12. Port City Colossal 1
13. DC Brau Solar Abyss
14. Devils Backbone Cru Noir
15. Flying Dog Kerberos Tripel
16. New Belgium Hop Tart
17. 4 Hands Super Flare Brett IPA
18. Lagunitas CitruSinesis Blood Orange Pale Ale
19. Bruery Tart of Darkness 2013
20. Millstone Cobbler
21. Jolly Pumpkin Biere De Mars 2014
22. Ocelot Wonders of Nature Tart Cherry Sour
23. Ocelot California Stars Galaxy IPA
24. Avery Uncle Jacob’s Stout”
“Town Danceboutique, Shaw’s iconic Gay super-club, at the corner of 8th and U, has opened a brand new stunning outdoor Patio this year. The expansive 4000 square foot outdoor space is a remarkably unique, comfortable, and an amazingly appointed outdoor full service bar serving drinks six days a week (closed Mondays). There are multiple draft beer selections, a fully stocked bar, (and, at times, an on premise food truck with it’s service window right on the Patio.) The Patio is open during the week (Tuesday-Thursday) at 6pm for happy hour and evening drinks, at 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays for daytime fun in the sun, and of course, the Patio is open on Friday and Saturday nights to create an even more dynamic, multi-faceted experience at Town. Tuesdays are Yappy Hour – a special event for guests that want to bring their dogs and enjoy the happy hour specials.
The Patio’s extensive landscaping, misting system, and bar design provides relief on hotter days…and multiple heating units make it comfortable on cooler spring and fall nights. In addition to landscaping that includes Crepe Myrtle and Japanese Elm trees, the Patio was designed using re-purposed, 100 year old barn wood from the midwest and 100 year old ceiling beams that were salvaged from the newly renovated Chocolate Factory downtown.
In a city that loves it’s outdoor bar spaces, the Town Patio is a special place with a unique design, an easygoing staff, and a perfect location.”
From the photos it looks like it’s already become a moderately popular spot…
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“Meet Penny from Petworth, a 1.5-year old lab/border collie mix. Big shout out to WARL for an easy adoption process.”
“Maui of guarding his territory in Columbia Heights.”
“Ranger being overwhelmed by options in Edgewood.”
This rental is located at 1910 Park Road, Northwest. The listing says:
“Located in Historic Mt. Pleasant. Spacious garden Apt w/700 sqft. 8 ft ceilings. Great afternoon sun. Large living-room, eat-in kitchen. Washer/Dryer. Wireless. Off-street parking. Bus lines at corner. Easy walk to Red and Green Metro lines. Minutes from walking/biking/running in Rock Creak Park. Close walk to U St and Adams Morgan. Rent includes all gas. Ideal space for comfortable urban living.”
“National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the Washington Metro Area from 2:25pm today until 9pm tonight. Damaging wind gusts and large hail are the primary possible threats. Please use precaution.”
A reader sends with a rather disconcerting note from a detective attached:
“I have had a few Burglary 1’s in the Petworth area where someone is going in at night while people are sleeping just taking wallets and purses occasionally small laptops or cell phones.”
MPD included with the video above:
“The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in reference to a pair of Burglary I incidents which occurred on Friday, May 29, 2015, in the 900 block of Quincy Street, NW, and on June 12, 2015 in the 1400 block of Monroe Street, NW. The subject was subsequently captured by surveillance cameras.
DO YOUR PART TO HELP PREVENT AND SOLVE CRIME. Crime Solvers of Washington, DC currently offers a reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for a crime committed in the District of Columbia. Your assistance is appreciated by your community. CCN 15-078-881/15-087-343.
Anyone who can identify these individuals or who has knowledge of this incident should take no action but call police at (202) 727-9099 or text your tip to the Department’s TEXT TIP LINE at 50411.”
Neighborhood meeting for the Farmers’ Market at 14th and Kennedy
“I received a note from the 14th and Kennedy Street Farmers’ Market last week, inviting all to a meeting “to address concerns residents have expressed.” (I live less than a block from the market; I don’t know how widely these flyers were distributed.) The neighborhood meeting is Thursday, July 2 at 7pm in the basement community room at the Madison Terrace Cooperative, 1365 Kennedy Street.
An image of the friendly invitation (written in both English and Spanish) is attached. Given the recent lively discussion on PoPville about this Farmers’ Market, I thought people might be interested.”
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