Posts Tagged ‘DC Brau’

Check Out the Murals at Local Breweries

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 […]

You can Now Pop Open a Can of DC Brau in Philly

Proof that the District's infant beer scene is growing up: DC Brau has expanded its reach beyond the D.C. area and into Pennsylvania. A limited number of cans of The Corruption, The Public, Penn Quarter Porter, and The Citizen are now available in counties throughout eastern Pennsylvania—including Philadelphia—thanks to a distribution deal with Bella Vista Beer. […]

What’s Brewing in the D.C. Beer Scene? Cease and Desist Letters.

Citizens Brewing Co. is months away from opening, but the Silver Spring craft beermaker already needs to find a new name. On Dec. 5, DC Brau sent its embryonic competitor a cease-and-desist letter, claiming that Citizens has violated its trademark of the word "citizen" in the context of anything beer-related. Earlier today, Citizens announced that it […]

Sneak Peek at Food and Beer Menus for Right Proper, Opening Tonight

Here's a good reason to go out in the snow: Shaw's newest addition, Right Proper Brewing Company, opens tonight at 5 p.m. The long-awaited brewpub by Thor Cheston is located at 624 T St. NW, next to the Howard Theatre. My last post on Right Proper has plenty of details, but here are some updates on the beer and […]

First Look at Right Proper Brewpub, Opening Soon

D.C.'s next brewery, Right Proper, is close to opening its doors. Co-founder Thor Cheston, who directed beer programs at Pizzeria Paradiso and Brasserie Beck before starting the Shaw-based brewpub, is planning to open in early December. Right Proper will serve eight beers on draft: six house beers designed by brewmaster Nathan Zeender and two lines for […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Wednesday

DC Beer Week continues today with suds-centric events throughout the D.C. area. Peruse the full list for tonight's options for beer fun, but here are our suggestions: Coast to Coast Tap Takeover at RFD Start coming up with an excuse to leave work early. At 2 p.m. RFD in Chinatown will have craft beer from more than 20 American […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Tuesday

This year's DC Beer Week is off and running, with dozens of opportunities to enjoy and explore craft beer throughout the city. Below are our recommendations for where to drink, eat, and even make your own infused beer tonight. Check out the full list of events here. Mad Fox Tap Takeover and Collaboration Release at Smoke and Barrel Two […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Weekend Edition

It's that magical time of year: DC Beer Week. "Beer week, again?" you might ask. Yeah, there seems to be some kind of beer week every few months, with plenty of bars to visit and brews to try. But this one is the official one, worthy of your attention. In its fifth year, DC Beer Week […]

Brew In Town: DC Brau On the Wings of Armageddon Imperial India Pale Ale

Where in Town: DC Brau, 3178-B Bladensburg Rd. NE Price: $17.99/six-pack Doomsday Malt It was nearly pitch black. The sound of Satanic chanting followed a line of robed skeletons carrying candles. One by one, the dark figures added their flames to a makeshift altar, signaling it was finally time, um, to tap the beer. This […]

Lager Rhythms: How Homebrewer Mike Stein Revived Heurich’s Lager, a Classic D.C. Beer

The Beer Issue Ready and Labeled What Would These Draft Beers Look Like in Cans and Bottles Ale Together Now The Brewer Collaborations You'll Want to Try During DC Beer Week License to Swill D.C.’s Booze Laws Allow a Way Around the Middleman. Guess Who Isn’t Happy? Cask and Tell The Barrel-Aged Revolution How to […]