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Posts Tagged ‘DC Brau’
Try the ode to Initiative 71 for the first time at Meridian Pint tonight.
DC Brau took a silver for its canned flagship brew The Citizen in the Belgian- and French-Style Ale category.
The latest installment of craft beer mania is upon us in the form of the city's sixth annual DC Beer Week. Today through Sunday, local breweries, bars, and restaurants will play host to over 100 events focused on drinking and learning about craft beer. Below are our picks for the best foamy fun the week has to […]
Sure, you love beer. When you head to the bar for happy hour with friends, you carefully consider the draft, can, and bottle lists. You often order something you’ve never tasted, just to see what it’s like. You might have gotten into the habit of filling a growler at a brewery every weekend, or stopping […]
Local breweries have been working to create special releases for this year’s D.C. Beer Week. The innovative brews here show an impressive range of what Washington’s zymurgists have to offer—from low-alcohol near-beers to highly rare and heady big brews, and even some recipes recreated from the early 19th century. These are the most interesting ones […]
With so many competitions to keep track of last weekend—the World Cup, Wimbledon, Tour de France—there's one you may have missed. Winners of the U.S. Open Beer Championship were announced, and local brewery DC Brau won two gold medals. The Public, DC Brau's assertively hopped American pale ale, dominated out of more than 100 submissions in the pale ale […]
First the bad news: DC Brau is closing its tasting room after May 17. The good news? It's only temporary. The brewery is shutting down to the public only so it can install six new tanks. The expansion will increase DC Brau's brewing capacity by nearly 50 percent. The tasting room will only be closed […]
Tickets to this weekend's Savor beer festival, one of the brewing community's most anticipated events of the year, may be long gone. But if you're not going, that doesn't mean your buzz needs to suffer. For the fifth year in a row, bars and restaurants throughout D.C. are taking advantage of having so many talented American […]
Sipping suds and admiring massive tanks are not the only things to do on a brewery visit. These local beer-dispensaries also feature artwork that’s well worth your attention—with or without double vision. DC Brau 3178 Bladensburg Road NE Artist: James Walker Materials: Acrylic paint, spray paint, oil sticks Time: 15 hours Brewery co-founder Brandon Skall […]