Posts Tagged ‘Canned Beer’

Brew In Town: The Brewer’s Art Resurrection

The Brewer’s Art Resurrection Where In Town: Mellow Mushroom, 2436 18th St. NW Price: $5/12 ounces Funky Monks A traditional abbey ale in a can? What would the abbot think? Luckily for District drinkers, Belgian specialist The Brewer’s Art is more than a little heathen: Since 2010, the Baltimore brewpub has let its flagship offering […]

Flying Dog v. Marion Barry

Yesterday Flying Dog Brewery tweeted an image poking fun at D.C. Councilman Marion Barry's former improprieties. The poster, which features Barry alongside the phrase, "Crack one open D.C.," uses memories of his 1990 drug arrest to promote a release party this weekend for the Maryland brewery's first ever canned beer, UnderDog Atlantic Lager. Perhaps not […]

In Search of Mini-Marts with Decent Beer

As part of our effort to answer readers' beer questions this week, today's post is a response to "Coffebreath," who asked about neighborhood bodegas with surprisingly good beer selections. We certainly haven't spent time in a representative sample of the hundreds of convenience stores across the city, so the question is best turned over to you […]

Avery’s Plan to Can

Beer in cans? The very idea used to induce self-satisfied chuckles among beer snobs. How things have changed. The prime mover in the shift was Oskar Blues in Longmont, Colorado, which released Dale's Pale Ale in cans back in 2002, followed by four other brews...and yet another, Gubna, due out in March.  Their success launched […]