Posts Tagged ‘Bill Madden’

Mad Fox Brewing Co. to Sport 6 Casks on Tap

While I'm excitable enough to follow every construction update on the blog, most folks don't need to read about every new tankard and knob that makes its way into Mad Fox Brewing Company in Falls Church, the upcoming brewpub by Bill Madden of Vintage 50. But their most recent post stopped me in my tracks [...]

2009: Looking Back at a Growing Beer City Part 1

As one year ends and another begins, the Lagerheads are taking a moment to glance back at the year in beer and reflect. First up, a look at the local front,  in two tomes. Below we give you five of the most influential local happenings in the beer scene in 2009 and what they mean [...]

Winter Beer Fest at the Brickskeller Next Week

I scream, you scream, we all scream for...winter beers. You know the ones. Strong, dark, and sweet, just the way we like 'em. If you, too, are a winter seasonal fanatic, then you should plan on attending the Brickskeller's Winter Holidaze Extravaganzee next Wednesday. What is usually a two-night affair (because of the sheer number [...]

Another DC Beer Week?

Following on the heels of DC's unofficial beer week in May, a string of local malt-swilling events that culminated in Savor, could we be in for another local beer blow out? According to Jeff Wells' beer calendar, accessible via Facebook, the answer is yes. (Thanks to Tom at Yours for Good Fermentables for the find.) The [...]

Your Last Beer on Earth: What Do the Pros Say?

As a follow up to our very own Beerspotter's conversation about top five desert island beers, we offer this account of what some craft-beer stars consider to be the finest beers on the planet. During this year's Lupulin Reunulin at RFD, a glorious night of drinking and mayhem where a handful of the most innovative [...]

My Top 5 Desert Island Beers. What Are Yours?

A sixer of Dale's to go — on your desert island I've had, and still do have, a proclivity toward lists and the ranking of favorites. High Fidelity inspires desert island-record discussions. Fantasy football drafts are a drug. And as tykes, my brother and I would sit cross-legged in the living room, surrounded by sorted mounds [...]

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