3319 Connecticut Ave, NW
So celebrate tonight at Nanny’s with a DC Brau Tap Takeover!!
“In honor of our 25th anniversary on Sunday we will be kicking off the weekend with an awesome tap takeover from DC Brau on Friday the 13th. Starting at 6pm we will be tapping the DC Brau Pills, El Hefe Speaks, Penn Quarter Porter, And the Corruption.”
I’ve spent many an hour drinking the one whilst in the other. Congrats to both of these institutions!
Ed. Note: DC Brau will have a proper celebration of their own at Rock and Roll Hotel on April 21st. Details on that one here.
300 Tingey Street, SE
From an email:
“Bluejacket’s patio grill menu will launch this Thursday for the Nats season. The grill menu (plus a few breakfast sandwiches on special) is available starting at 9am on Thursday, 4/5.
We’re also debuting a brand-new Pilsner, Love Cats, in honor of the home opener. It is classic, crisp, clean and–in the northern German tradition–hop-forward, bone-dry, brisk and bitter. It is the perfect baseball beer, and eminently drinkable at 5% abv.
Love Cats is brewed exclusively with Pilsner Malt and Yakima Valley-grown Loral hops. Loral is a newer American varietal that shows classic, German-grown noble hop flavors (floral, earthy, spicy) accompanied by notes of dark fruit. Post-fermentation, this Pilsner is matured in tank for 4 weeks prior to service.
Then, on Friday 4/6/18, we will release cans of Love Cats for our weekly can release.”
Check out the grill menu after the jump. (more…)
From a press release:
“HopFest 2018, the only DC beer festival by local brewers, for local brewers, is back for the 4th year in a row to support the DC Brewers’ Guild. Breweries from across the DMV will come together at DC Brau Brewing Company on Saturday, April 7th from 1pm to 5pm for an afternoon of hoppy beers, including old favorites, one-offs, and hard-to-find rare brews.
The $35 HopFest ticket includes a complimentary DC Brewers’ Guild tasting glass with unlimited pours of more than two dozen hop-forward craft brews. Participating breweries include Atlas, DC Brau, Right Proper, 3 Stars, Bluejacket, Calvert, Denizens, District Chophouse, Gordon Biersch, Port City, Adroit Theory, Mad Fox, The Brewer’s Art, Old Ox, Old Bust Head, Manor Hill, Vanish, and more! (more…)
1st and N Street, SE
Thanks to Grant for the heads up. Luke notes that this was home to the Rocklands pop up last year. Aslin posted:
“We are excited to announce that starting on April 5th we will be hosting @AslinBeerGarden for every Washington Nationals home game this season. Aslin Beer Garden will be at the corner of 1st and N ST SE (1299 1st ST SE) and hours for each game will be posted each day, but generally it will be two hours prior to the game and two hours after the game. Come join us for a few beers throughout the summer!
Starting as soon as May, we will also be open on non-game days throughout the summer! Music, Beer & Food! Operational days are weather permitted.”
Any Aslin fans out there?
For those not familiar:
“We are Aslin Beer Company, a startup brewery located in a suburb of Washington D.C in Herndon, VA. Aslin Beer Co. will artistically craft world-class beer.”
3907 14th Street, NW
From an email:
“Pale Fire Brewing is getting ready to launch full distribution in D.C. and we’re celebrating at Little Coco’s with the founder, Tim, with a four course dinner (just $45) paired with Salad Days Saison, Deadly Rhythm Pale Ale, Village Green Double IPA & Lucille Oatmeal Stout.
Come for dinner at 6:30pm on Tuesday, March 20th or just to try Pale Fire brews with Tim at 8:30pm afterward.
Here’s the menu: (more…)
2001 S Street, NW in Dupont
From Glen’s Garden Market:
“In true Glen’s fashion, our answer to everything is… beer. For the duration of the shutdown, Fed Gov employees’ first beer’s on us with their federal government ID. Special starts at 9am”
1924 8th Street, NW in Shaw
513 Morse Street, NE (next to A. Litteri)
The Bruery Store posted yesterday:
“The time has come! We’re excited to announce that The Bruery Store at Union Market will open its doors tomorrow, December 21, for pickups of Black Tuesday (2017) bottles that were purchased in October as part of our limited public release!
During our first few weeks of soft opening to close out the month of December, new beers and merchandise will be available as soon as tomorrow. Even more beer is on the way, including our latest releases from Offshoot Beer Co., Hold My Beer (hazy IPA) and Watch This (hazy TIPA), which we anticipate to arrive next week. (more…)
I was at Rinconcito II on Park Rd to pick up some pupusas the other day and noticed that they now carry a full line of El Salvadoran craft beer from the Cadejo Brewing Company. Has anyone tried it? Is it decent?”
1326 Park Road, NW
I know this isn’t beer I just love the photo
Ed. Note: I recognize I’ve been giving Glen’s alotta love lately. That’s because I love them. And the love is warranted. Nothing more nothing less.
While I don’t generally advocate morning drinking, I’m gonna make an exception today for this! The fine folks at Glen’s are offering “All day Wednesday, take a load off at our bars with $2 Port City Brew Optimal Wit” And since Optimal Wit is both delicious and has a relatively low abv of 4.9% – I say go for it! See you there. (2001 S Street, NW in Dupont and 1924 8th Street, NW in Shaw.)
From 3 Stars Brewing Company:
“Sun, December 17, 2017
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
6400 Chillum Place, NW
Join us for our 6th Annual Artists & Artisans Holiday Extravaganza. Every year we bring together some of the best local beers, local chefs, local makers, local artists, local musicians and more for our all local holiday market. We’ve got live performances from School of Rock, The Iris Bell, & DJs Keenan and Smudge, a crazy list of beers from both; our cellars and our friends, rare limited releases and a few surprises. The price of admission covers the cost of entry, a custom glass, and your first two drink tickets. There will be tons of great food from some of the hottest chefs in town including the teams behind ChiKo, Bantam King, French Exit, Ivy City Smokehouse, Rosario, Chef Jen Carroll and more. (more…)