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“four-hour festival will feature bottomless Blue Point Brewing Company beer, spiked beer cocktails and unlimited oysters & seafood bites from Rappahannock Oyster Company”

by Prince Of Petworth October 17, 2016 at 4:05 pm 5 Comments

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From a press release:

“WHO: Blue Point Brewing Company Shucktoberfest 2016

WHAT: Blue Point Brewing Company announces its first ever Shucktoberfest bash at The Courtyard at Maurice Electric at Union Market (500 Penn Street NE). The $75, four-hour festival will feature bottomless Blue Point Brewing Company beer, spiked beer cocktails and unlimited oysters & seafood bites from Rappahannock Oyster Company, including stuffn’ muffns’, clam chowder and fries. Shucktoberfest is an adult playground for beer and oyster lovers — think live bluegrass music and a beer gaming area with cornhole, bocce ball and giant Jenga. To top it off, Redskins fans can cozy up with an ice cold brew in the football viewing lounge, featuring large leather sofas and two 90-inch LED screens.

WHEN: Sunday, October 23 — Noon to 4pm

WHERE: 500 Penn Street NE, Washington, D.C. 20018 (The Courtyard at Maurice Electric @ Union Market)

TICKETS: All-you-can-eat-and-drink for $75. Link to purchase tickets.

  • Ross

    It would be a lot cooler if they were serving something other than that AB-InBev-brewed swill.

    • DCChief

      Came here to say the exact same thing

    • Brookland Dodger

      Yah, Suprised Union and Rappahannock would partner with an AB-InBev-Miller property. There beer was never really very good anyway. Also cheaper to pickup a couple of growlers at Atlas and a couple dozen oysters at Ivy City Smokehouse and have your own party just a few blocks away.

      • ChrisB

        Bluepoint’s plenty good! A lot of people like to hate on brewers just because they’re AB owned, and it’s really not fair to them.

        • Ashy Oldlady

          I beg to differ. I tried their Toasted Lager at Nats Park and thought it was both weak and disgusting.

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