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History Made – DC Now Has Its Own Beer – DC Brau Successfully Launched Fri. Night

DC Brau successfully launched at Meridian Pint in Columbia Heights on Friday night. The lines started building around 4pm and by 5pm they were down the block. The folks from DC Brau write:

We would like to give a warm thanks to everyone who has supported us thus far. We could not have had such a successful launch of a product made in DC, for DC, by residents of DC, if it wasn’t for the fine people OF the Washington DC area that came out to show their support.

Starting the week of April 18th, our products will be available all over the Washington DC area!

In the next few weeks, we will be releasing a DC Brau Finder, which should help you find our craft-brewed beverages, both in cans, kegs, and on-tap, in and around the Washington DC area. This will include both Maryland and Virginia. We also have plans to allow for searching from GPS-enabled mobile devices.

Nice. Did anyone have a chance to get a taste? If so – what’d you think?

I’m told we’ll start seeing cans around the first week of May.

DC Brau President and Head Brewer Jeff Hancock left and DC Brau CEO Brandon Skall right

Tons of pictures after the jump.

First official pint of DC Brau sold

Kegs tapped

Meridian Pint Brewmaster Sam pouring a pint

Calm before the storm – table taps

Line forming

Line down the block

So close – Go Caps!

Gotta give props to first in line – Kristin Padukiewicz and Rick Rust Meridian pint regulars, Columbia Heights residents, and craft beer enthusiasts.

Quickly smashed crowded

Non stop pouring

Meridian Pint manager Drew moving fast

It tastes so good when it hits your lips

Jeff and Brandon with Meridian Pint Brewmaster Sam, Manager Drew and owner John Andrade (center)

Brandon with his great aunt

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