Pop’s SeaBar: Competition for Free Beer for Life Starts this Weekend


As a fellow PoP, fan of koozies and lover of beer – this competition is all mine to win – from an email:

“I wanted to let you know about a little contest that we will be running at Pop’s [1817 Columbia Rd NW] beginning this weekend:

We’re calling it DC Koozie Chronicles (#DCKoozieChronicles)

Basically: we’re asking people to take hilarious, creative, interesting, ridiculous (PG-13) pictures with a Pop’s Koozie featuring recognizable DC landmarks/well-known locations. They need to post it to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #DCKoozieChronicles and tag Pop’s (@PopsSeaBar).

We will gather the photos and create a FB album. The picture with the most “likes” will win a Free Beer for Life Membership.

As a reminder, Koozies can be purchased at Pop’s for $1 or they can trade one of their own in and get a Pop’s Koozie for free.”

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  • Love the use of social media here, curious how exactly they define beer for life.

    • Prince Of Petworth

      “you will receive a personalized VIP Member Card that entitles the owner to free beer (or Prosecco) for life! Just show the card anytime you come in and all of your beer is free for that visit. The card never expires, and you are welcome to use it as often as you like. Stop in after work, for brunch, or whenever!

      The person named on the card is the only individual that can use the card. It can only be used for their own purchases.”


  • Seriously considering cancelling my ticket to California this weekend to participate. And canceling my gym membership, okcupid account, and anything else that would interfere with me sitting and drinking beer FOREVER!

    Best. Contest. Ever.

    • Forever = until they close in a year or two. I like this place a lot, but with a limited and some more above average priced items, I’m not sure how long it lasts

      • Does it really matter? You buy a couple koozies for less than 5 bucks and do something creative with them. Even if you only get free beer for a year I would think its still worth it.

        • No, it doesn’t for this, but they also have a VIP membership where you can pay 1,000 for the same thing.

  • How is this place? Judging from what I’ve read and seen, it’s either a major douchemagnet, or super cool.

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