Now that we’ve moved from sweater weather to ugly sweater season, it’s time to call on the warming power of winter ales.
Posts Tagged ‘Brew In Town’
José Andrés collaborates with an Oregon-based brewery.
Get it while you can.
Nitrogen has a silkifying effect on beer.
The beer rings in at 17.3 percent alcohol.
A tasty brew with just a hint of the root vegetable, as well as caramel and roasted nut flavors.
The farmhouse ale is named after the lead brewer's daughter.
Schneider Weisse TapX Meine Porter Weisse Where in Town: Connecticut Avenue Wine & Liquor, 1529 Connecticut Ave. NW Price: $12.99 / 750 ml Beer and Far Stuck at home this August, I’ve had to settle for the next best thing to a vacation: a beer that took me back to Kelheim, a small German town […]
Devils Backbone Gold Leaf Lager Where in Town: S&S Liquors, 6925 4th St. NW Price: $11.99/six-pack Deal with the Devil Since it opened in 2008, Devils Backbone, situated along the Blue Ridge Mountains in Nelson County, Va., has won an unprecedented 30 medals at the Great American Beer Festival and World Beer Cup, the two […]
Denizens Southside Rye IPA Where in Town: Denizens Brewing Co., 1115 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring Price: $6.50/16 oz. Das Bier Ist Hier Denizens Brewing Co., the D.C. area’s latest suds spot, opened last week in Silver Spring. The beer is solid (more on that below), but just as exciting is the 150-seat Bavarian-style beer garden, […]