Bluejacket’s new Bottle Shop & Tasting Room opens Saturday – Check Out the Bottle List


From Bluejacket [300 Tingey Street, SE]:

“To cap off a week of phenomenal DC Beer Week events, we are going to cut the ribbon on Bluejacket’s new Bottle Shop & Tasting Room, located adjacent to the brewery and restaurant, on Saturday, August 15th,beginning at 11am and running until 4pm. This is the perfect opportunity to visit the renovated space, sample some classic, vintage and rare Bluejacket brews on draft, and shop our expanded bottle selection.

For this special occasion, our brewing team is busy bottling some of the season’s best suds, and you can expect a bevy of our rarest bottles on the shelves for the occasion, some of which have never been released before (including Whiskey Barrel-Aged Mexican Radio!). We will have no fewer than 20 different Bluejacket brews available by the bottle for this event, and you can check out the list below for what we have in store. We’ll also have 6 brews on draft in the Bottle Shop & Tasting Room, including Forbidden Planet, Jackal, Lost Weekend, Red Wine Barrel-Aged Swirl, The Jam and Whiskey Barrel-Aged Double Mexican Radio.

Additionally, we’ll be selling tickets to the event (deemed the “Best Beer Festival in DC”) at Bluejacket throughout the day, plus giving away 2 VIP tickets (which are nearly sold out)!


Blue Velvet (Bottle Debut!)
Forbidden Planet
Jackal (Bottle Debut!)
Judge Ruby (Bottle Debut!)
Lost Weekend
Mexican Radio
Red Wine Barrel-Aged Swirl (Bottle Debut!)
Rheinard de Vos
Space Cadet
Strawberry Planet (Bottle Debut!)
Sub Rosa (Bottle Debut!)
The Boxer
The Jam
Triple Smoke Barrel-Aged The Wake (Bottle Debut!)
Wallflower (Bottle Debut!)
Whiskey Barrel-Aged Double Mexican Radio (Bottle Debut!)
Whiskey Barrel-Aged”

3 Comment

  • justinbc

    Wow they’re offering a lot right out of the gate. Just had some of “The Jam” last night and it’s outstanding (strawberry-rhubarb Berliner Weisse). Mexican Radio is probably my favorite DC area beer, so I’ll definitely be stocking up on that.

    • ledroittiger

      You should try Mexican Cake by Westbrook in Charleston (the brewer they ganked this style from/made an homage to). It’s truly excellent. Westbrook’s Gose is also probably the best U.S.-produced version of that style, though I must tip my hat to Anderson Valley for The Kimmie, The Yink and The Holy Gose, which comes in a close second.

      The Jam sounds interesting. Will have to hit that up next time I’m pregaming near the park.

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