label for “86 Years is a hazy double IPA double dry-hopped with Galaxy”
Here’s one from Bluejacket (300 Tingey Street, SE): “The Navy Yard brewery will tap a brand-new double IPA for the occasion: 86 Years. A reference to how long it’s been since a Washington baseball team has made it to the World Series, 86 Years is a hazy double IPA double dry-hopped with Galaxy – it’s a juicy fruit bomb of a brew that shows intense notes of passionfruit, peach and orange, and it goes on draft Tuesday in time for Game 1. Plus, we’ll have the following food + beer specials available during watch parties for all away games:
Solidarity Brew 2019 – Kellerbier
Controlling Interest – Golden Ale
For The Company
Palace at 4am
Cheddar & Togarashi Popcorn $4
Smoky Onion Rings with curry mayo $5
Fried Chicken Bites with fermented chili aioli $7
Peel & Eat Shrimp with old bay, charred lemon aioli $12
Short Rib Nachos with beer cheese, black beans, pico de gallo, sour cream $10”
Standby for many more. With likely late hours too.
“Congratulations to the Washington Nationals for sweeping the 2019 National League Championship Series and clinching their first trip to the World Series!
It is no dream – onward we fight!!
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) October 2, 2019
My experience with the game last night: Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user Jordan Barab
Outside of the standard Bullpen or The Brig (which I do love) it would be cool for a couple options for outdoor/projection screen watch party spots. I will say the Viewing at Nats Park last night was awesome, but not paying for regular priced concessions.”
From the Nationals:
“With an exhilarating victory in Game 4 of the NLDS against the Dodgers, the Nationals have forced a decisive Game 5 in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Even though the game will be played in LA, the Postseason party continues in D.C. as Nationals Park will host a Game 5 Watch Party, presented by Budweiser, and the Nats look to #STAYINTHEFIGHT. Read More
Thanks to Heather for sending from last night’s game: “It wasn’t even the sports section”
Your captions in the comments – winner(s) get a free PoPville t-shirt!
Ed. Note: Regarding 6:26 PM tonight – It was/will be two F-16 jets doing a flyover for the Nats game.
My stock photo for big Nats games from a previous epic night back in 2015
It’s hard to explain if you’re not a baseball fan. Last night never happens to us. It always happens against us. Last night, despite being down 3-0 early – we believed. The baseball Gods smiled upon us for once. We are moving on. The goosebumps still haven’t gone away. Read More
Boom and boom!
And for those who missed the flyover at Nats Park last night – this video is great: Read More
79 Potomac Avenue, SE
From All-Purpose Pizzeria Capitol Riverfront (79 Potomac Ave SE):
“Join us for Grateful Dead Pizza Night before or after the Washington Nationals Grateful Dead Night on Tuesday, August 13!
We’ll have special menu items like “The Pig Pen” pie with mozzarella, breakfast sausage, mushrooms and grana and “The Stella Blue” a color-changing, frozen gin and tonic! Read More
From the Nationals:
“Today, the Washington Nationals launched the Kids Eat Free program, a brand-new initiative that will offer complimentary meals for children ages 12 and under beginning with the July 22nd game against the Colorado Rockies and running through the Labor Day game vs. the New York Mets. The Nationals are the first Major League team to offer free meals to all young fans at every home game. Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user Joseph Gruber
Speaking of fireworks, I always get lots of queries about this one as it’s starting. Good reminder from the Nationals:
“Since Nationals Park opened its gates in 2008, July 3rd fireworks have become a tradition here in the team’s Navy Yard home. Fans are invited to stay after the 6:05 p.m. game to enjoy this year’s edition of the Freedom Fireworks show!”