“Shelter will expand to 50 drafts, and open bar seating this Friday”

1401 Pennsylvania Ave, SE

From an email:

“Shelter will expand to 50 drafts, and open bar seating this Friday. As you know, the pandemic dictated a much tighter list when we first opened last September. This Friday, we will officially open at full capacity, as we originally intended. Expect no fewer than 20 low abv (5% and under ABV) brews on tap along with a host of rare and remarkable ales and lagers.

Bluejacket Always Wonder, Schankbier Lager (3.5%)

Cantillon Kriek 2017, Fruit Lambic (5.0%)

Cushwa Electrofruit: Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Fruited Sour Ale (6.0%)

Fantome Dark White, Saison (4.7%)

Harviestoun Schiehallion, Pale Lager (4.8%)

Hudson Valley Silhouette: Strawberry, Sour IPA (5.0%)

Jester King 2019 SPON: 3 Year Blend, Wild Ale (5.5%)

Maine Post Ride Snack, Session IPA (4.9%)

Other Half Small Green Everything, Hazy Session IPA (4.8%)

Outer Range Way Down, Hazy Double IPA (8.7%)

Schlenkerla Helles Lagerbier, Helles Lager (4.3%)

The Veil Mega Beast Freak, Hazy Double IPA (8.0%)

Tilquin Mûre 2020, Fruit Lambic (4.8%)

Traunstein Dunkel, Dunkel Lager (5.0%)

Wheatland Spring Harvest 2020, Saison (8.4%)

Wunderkammer Folk Costume 3, Mixed Fermentation Ale (5.5%)”

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