Posts Tagged ‘Bourbon’

Fizzy Math

“The Sex isn’t bad,” says Arris Noble. He’s not bragging about a new lover. He’s talking about wine, specifically a sparkling rosé from the L. Mawby Vineyards on Michigan’s Leelanau Peninsula. “It’s a total ladies wine,” adds Noble’s colleague, Andrew Stover. “It’s pink, it’s fruity, and it’s called ‘Sex.’” Advertised as “sensual, naughty, provocative,” the […]

Beyond the Single Malt: At Jack Rose, Craft Beer Flows Like Scotch

      [Editor's note: There are corrections to this article noted the bottom. ] "No bottles," Brian Kruglak tells me. Behind him in the main bar and dining room of Jack Rose, the forthcoming booze emporium in Adams Morgan,  I see three full walls of empty shelves. Of course there will be some bottles: […]

This Week In Beer: Belgian Rarities at Birch & Barley, Dogfish Head Hellhound On My Ale Tapping & More

It's a relatively quiet week for beer, anchored by a momentous Belgian beer celebration on Monday and National Homebrew Day this Saturday. Read on for more details or click on it in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. LAGERHEADS PICK: This week's selected event is a his and hers (or anyone's and hers, rather) set of […]

This Week In Beer: Epic Brewing Takeover, Lambics on Cask, New Belgium Summer, Craft Beer Handy Hour and More

The week of organized beer fun includes rare brew nights, tasting dinners, and you can even enjoy craft beer while making art. Read on for my picks and for more details on any event, click on it in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. PICK #1: On Tuesday starting at 5 p.m., the taps at Meridian Pint […]

This Week: Cherry Blossom Dinner at Granville Moore’s, Belgian Tasting at Bier Baron & Firestone Walker Hits D.C.

It's a big week in beer with plenty to do, from pairing dinners and meet-the-brewer events to beer seminars and regular old draft nights. You can even volunteer for Earth Day in the name of beer this week. Check out my notes below for more info or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events […]

No Ticket to SAVOR? No Problem! SAVOR Beer Week Brings Wealth of Events to D.C.

For the fourth year, SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience will bring talented brewers and their beers to D.C. from all over the United States. The popular tasting event, which will be at the National Building Museum on June 3 and 4, sold out in less than 20 minutes again this year, despite doubling in […]

This Week: Norwegian Rarities at Paradiso, KBS Release at ChurchKey, Homebrew Competition at Meridian Pint, Beer Class at Washington Wine Academy & Old Dominion Meet & Greet at RFD

It is a fantastic week for enjoying craft beer in (and just outside) the District with plenty of opportunities to warm up your whistle for St. Patrick's Day. Read on for my recommendations or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. PICKS OF THE WEEK On Monday Pizzeria Paradiso in […]

This Week: Bell’s at Meridian Pint, Stone at Bourbon, Festivus at Mad Fox & Holiday Draft Take-Over at Pizzeria Paradiso

This week has some great beer events to help ring in the holidays. Sadly, The Lagerheads are in Colorado so unable to participate, but we are still bringing you the scoop. For details on any event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. Starting Monday, all three Pizzeria Paradiso's are turning their tap […]

Food News You Can Use: The Deep-Fry Your Halloween Candy Edition

Let's get right to the news: There's a bourbon dinner going down on Oct. 26 at Fourth Estate Restaurant at 529 14th St. NW, featuring five courses and, well, bourbon. (Girl Meets Food) The Red Derby opened a roof deck over the weekend, and it looks like it even has heaters! (Prince of Petworth) The […]

Food News You Can Use: Bourbon Classes and Scented Billboards

It's just another manic Monday, which means of course, it's time for the news. Let's get to it. C'est la vie: neighborhood pet shop Chateau Animaux is set to become not one, but two new restaurants. (ANC Norm) What's that smell? Restaurants have started using scented billboards to attract customers on America's highways. Imagine if […]

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