via Aslin Beer Company
14th and S Street, NW
Thanks to Jay for sending from the future Aslin spot: “That’s going to be miserable during the summer months.”
Here’s to hoping for some more shade installations next!
From an email:
“DC Brau is turning 11!!
On Saturday, April 30th at the brewery (3178 Bladensburg Road, NE) guests can join the DC Brau family for a live wrestling match, live music performances, local food trucks, and a one-of-a-kind craft beer brewed on site in honor of DC Brau’s 11th Birthday.
Additionally, DC Brau will be launching a new lager, Loud Brau, in honor of beloved local band Loud Boyz, who will perform at the all-day anniversary affair.
Tickets are available on eventbrite. There’s a limited amount of RSVPs, so grab tickets ($35) today for THE celebration of the season! “
photos courtesy ChurchKey
From a press release:
“Renowned forerunners in the food and beverage industry, Michael Babin and Greg Engert of Neighborhood Restaurant Group (NRG), are pleased to announce the reopening of the acclaimed ChurchKey, the popular beer and cocktail bar in the heart of D.C.’s Logan Circle. A favorite gathering place for craft beer enthusiasts since 2009, this stylish and award-winning bar is notorious for its keen focus in craft beer and its carefully curated but encyclopedic selection of unique and rare-to find labels from across the globe. The concept is scheduled to re-open on Wednesday, April 20. Read More
14th and S St, NW photo by Emir Sfaxi
Thanks to Emir for sharing: “The mural “No place like home” on 14th and S disappeared but fortunately another colorful one is replacing it. Can’t wait to see how this beer garden will look like.”
Ed. Note: The mural replacing it will be of newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Read More
501 G Street, NW (below Bantam King)
From an email:
“It’s a celebration of the Free State of Maryland Friday, March 25th! Our team will be shaking up Maryland-themed cocktails and our taps will be taken over by Maryland breweries all night long. These names aren’t the usual suspects, we’ve curated a list of favorites from small, but mighty, breweries all over Maryland including: Read More
1307 New Hampshire Avenue, NW via 1921biergarten
From the Heurich House museum:
“A rotating list of fresh local craft beer from DC Brewers’ Guild members, craft cocktails and wine from the area’s best beverage producers, and Senate Beer, the museum’s historic revival with Right Proper Brewing Company.
The biergarten is open in the museum’s Castle Garden and carriage house every Thursday and Friday from 4-7pm and Saturday 1-5pm. Read More
courtesy DC Brau
From an email:
“DC Brau (3178-B Bladensburg Road, NE), Washington, D.C.’s original craft brewery, Taproom is back! After its recent closure, DC Brau has officially reopened the indoor space at their brewery in Northeast DC! Beer lovers can now enjoy their expertly crafted brews, like the iconic Joint Resolution Hazy IPA or The Public Pale Ale, only feet away from where they’re brewed daily in-house.
The Taproom is a destination for safely gathering with friends and family over a nice cold beer. DC Brau’s Taproom will be open Thursday from 12-4pm, Friday from 4-10pm, Saturday 12-10pm and Sunday from 12-6pm. Read More
25 Potomac Ave, SE
Shea sent the photo above and wrote: “Anyone know what’s going on with Bardo?”
Kate writes: “This article got posted to Eater DC stating that Bardo is apparently now gone. I’ve checked their website and socials and none have been updated since at least October of 2021. Are they going to reopen somewhere new? Any scuttlebutt from the community?”
Bardo was in its 4th incarnation. Read More
1602 U Street, NW
Back in August we learned that Local 16 would be closing after 22 years on U Street. A tipster sends word that they hear a “Belgian beer restaurant” will be taking over the space. STAY TUNED.