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Check Out Right Proper’s New Tasting Room and Brewery in Brookland – Also Home to the most spectacular bathroom in DC

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920 Girard Street, NE

Back in November of last year we learned that this is where Right Proper would be opening their production brewery and tasting room. Right Proper Brewing Company‘s brew pub is of course in Shaw next to the Howard Theatre. But this place is pretty damn sweet in its own right. First off it’s straight up brewery porn – can produce up between 10,000-15,000 barrels a year with room to expand. So prepare to see them in many more restaurants and bars around town. And if all goes well the tasting room will be open the first week of December (knock wood, knock wood.) Hours will be Thursday and Friday 5-9pm and Saturday and Sunday 1-9pm. To orient you – this is located just on the otherside of the tracks from Dew Drop Inn. Ok some more cool stuff before you feast on the photos – mural outside was done by Nico Amortegui. Mural inside (still in progress when I stopped by) is again done by the Patrick Owens who did the work in Shaw.

Ok the beer – first kegs. Then 750ml bottles of Nathan Zeender’s good stuff. Growler filling available of course. But also – canning should start around Memorial Day!!

As for the tasting room in addition to growler fills of course you can get pints. There’s a sweet sound system – and you gotta see this freaking bathroom. Well done Thor and team, well done.

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