The refreshing, six percent alcohol, dark amber brew is made with only Zeus hops, not a variety often used on its own.
Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Stewart’
The Stewart brothers have launched an Indiegogo campaign with a goal of $200,000.
A year after its opening, Bardo Brewpub is finally brewing beer. Brothers Andrew and Bill Stewart began producing their first brew—a ginger beer—Tuesday, and it should be on tap in about a week and a half. Other beers, including a stout and IPA, are about three weeks away. The Stewarts plan to eventually resurrect all 24 […]
Bardo Brewpub, the open air bar on Bladensburg Road NE that has become a popular spot to catch an outdoor movie, play cornhole, or sit and drink beer while your dog roams around the 15,000 square-foot lot, will be pouring an ultra rare beer next weekend. On Saturday, Oct. 26, at 3 p.m., Bardo will tap […]
Tonight at 5 p.m., brothers Bill and Andrew Stewart will finally open their resurrected brewpub Bardo, an Arlington beer institution in the 1990s, on a grassy lot at 1200 Bladensburg Road NE. The brewery component is still awaiting permits, and it will take at least three weeks before Bardo is able to produce its own […]
The little guys seem to be winning left and right lately, at least in the beer world. First we had the Rock Art Brewery vs. Monster Energy (but really Anheuser Busch) debacle over the word "monster." After an intense social media campaign, the corporate giant meanies backed off and brewery co-founder Matt Nedau declared victory. Then […]