Posts Tagged ‘Birreria Paradiso’

Crash the Brewers’ Party Tonight at Birreria Paradiso

The night before SAVOR has traditionally (three years' worth anyway) had two big events in D.C. The Lupulin Reunulin at RFD, which is hosted at the Brickskeller this year and called ReunuLess in honor of the absence of several key Lupulin competitors, is as formal as a beer panel and tasting/roast can be with brewers like […]

This Week: American Craft Beer Week, Mikkeller at Birch & Barley, Garrett Oliver at National Geographic, Brouwerij Roman at ChurchKey and Flying Dog All Over

It's that time of year again: American Craft Beer Week. The annual celebration, organized by the Brewers Association, is all about advocating for and appreciating small, independent breweries. So it's a good week to grab a macrobrew-loving friend and seek out some flavorful, artisanal beer. Last year's ACBW post has a few of our top spots for doing […]

This Week: Great Lakes at Birreria, Dogfish Head at American Flatbread, Beer & BBQ at the Big Hunt, North Carolina Invasion at Black Squirrel & National Homebrew Day

Another week, another workout for your liver. At least, that's what we Lagerheads say. Monday the pros at Birreria Paradiso in Georgetown are partnering with Great Lakes Brewing Company for their monthly beer dinner. The menu looks particularly off the hook this month, and the event also serves as the D.C. premiere of Lake Erie Monster, […]

Great Lakes Beer Dinner & Lake Erie Monster Premiere Monday at Birreria Paradiso

Great Lakes Brewing Company started pumping beer our way from Ohio this January, and we have seen it all over D.C. since. If, like us, you are interested in learning more about this environmentally-conscious Cleveland brewery and its beers, Monday night there is a great opportunity to do so. Birreria Paradiso in Georgetown is hosting […]

Another Best of D.C. Category: Best Overlooked Beer Selection

When it comes to beer lists in D.C., ChurchKey, RFD, and the Brickskeller all deserve due credit for their selections. But we feel there was a major oversight in the readers poll for beer categories this year. Missing from the winners lists for Best Craft Beer Selection and Best Draft Beer Selection was Birreria Paradiso,  the beer […]

This Week: Mikkeller at ChurchKey, Stoudts at Birreria, Oliver at Commonwealth, Heavy Seas at Elephant & Castle and Chris O’Brien at the Chophouse

This week is a busy one when it comes to beer. Tonight ChurchKey will have all 10 Mikkeller Single Hop IPAs on draft. If you are interested in learning more about what different types of hops smell and taste like, this is a good opportunity to get geeky. Also tonight is Birreria Paradiso's monthly beer dinner, […]

This Week: Troegs at Birreria, Birthday Barleywines, Big Beers at the Brick & Our Beloved Beerspotter at Black Squirrel

That's a lot of B's, but B is for beer and this is a good week to go out and enjoy some, especially if you like the big (meaning strong) ones. Tonight Birreria Paradiso in Georgetown will feature Troegs Brewing Company at their monthly beer dinner. Both seatings are likely to be sold out, but you can always […]

This Week: Drink for Haiti, Brick’s Big Ones, Troegs & Oysters, and Tweeting Dogs

This week offers a decent selection of beer-focused events. Tonight you can drink some special kegs at either Pizzeria Paradiso location in the name of Haitian relief or down as many oysters as you can pints of Troegs at Hank's Oyster Bar in Alexandria. Tuesday marks the first of two nights of tasting regionally-brewed strong […]

If You Missed BFM Last Night…

Those of you who were enticed by the Beerspotter's glowing review of Brasserie Des Franches-Montagnes beers but missed the Birreria Paradiso event last night are in for a treat. You can catch Jérôme Rebetez and his fine beers tonight at ChurchKey. Details from the venue: Brasserie Des Franches-Montagnes Cask Tapping & Brewmaster Meet & Greet […]

Meet and Drink: BFM at Birreria Paradiso

You know all those famous Swiss breweries you've been hearing about? Uh, right. But there is one, and they're worth checking out. Brasserie des Franches-Montagnes, or BFM, is an enclave of mad-scientist brewers that make a point to add weird ingredients to every beer, like the Belgian tradition to the 10th power. Some are subtle, […]

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