1905’s DC Brau Night – March 7th – Launching of Saint Joseph’s Tripel

1905 9th Street, NW

From a press release:

1905 Bistro & Bar is excited to team up with DC Brau on two beer events at the restaurant on Thursday, March 7th – a rooftop beer launch featuring the brewery’s newest release, Saint Joseph’s Tripel, followed by 1905’s first-ever beer dinner in the main dining room.

The beer launch is open to the public from 5 to 7 PM with no cover. Reservations are not required. The Saint Joseph’s Tripel is a limited-release Belgian-style ale, which clocks in at 10% ABV and is brewed with orange peel, coriander, grains of paradise, and juniper berries. According to the brewery, an angel has “blessed this transcendent ale with deep flavors of passion fruit, kiwi, and tropical candy.” DC Brau beers poured during the beer launch will cost $5. All pours from the first keg of Saint Joseph’s Tripel that night will be $5 cash and will benefit the family of Joey Belcher.

The 1905 dining room will be reservation-only for the evening, as Chef Joel Hatton pairs four courses, plus an amuse bouche, with selections from DC Brau’s portfolio, including the Saint Joseph’s Tripel and the limited edition Catoctin Creek Grape Brandy Barrel Aged Ghoul’s Night Out. The beer dinner is scheduled to begin at 7:30 PM. The full dinner menu, which is subject to change, (after the jump.)

Amuse Bouche
Oyster Shooter with DC Brau Citizen, Horseradish, Lemon Juice, Pickled Okra

First Course
House-Smoked Pork Belly brined in DC Brau Penn Quarter Porter, Maple Glaze, Bacon Collards, Littlenecks; Paired with Penn Quarter Porter (5.5% ABV)

Second Course
Brau-Brined Salmon with Lemon-Pepper Crème, Deviled Crawfish, Pickled Fennel;

Paired with Saint Joseph’s Tripel (10% ABV)

Third Course
Crisp-Skin Duck Breast with House-made Kraut, Sorghum Mustard, Barrel-Aged Ghoul’s Night Out Beer Salt; Paired with Catoctin Creek Grape Brandy Barrel Aged Ghoul’s Night Out (11% ABV)

Final Course
“Coffee & Doughnuts”; Paired with Barrel-Aged Penn Quarter Porter (5.5% ABV)

Dinner costs $75 per person, and includes tax, gratuity and a complimentary DC Brau glass. Reservations are required, as space is limited, and can be made online in advance at

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