The brightest win belonged to Alexandria's Port City Brewing Company, which was named Small Brewing Company of the Year.
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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 […]
The Great American Beer Festival, the Oscars of the beer world, went down in Denver over the weekend, and local breweries took home some top awards. The annual beer competition and tasting event, organized by the Brewers Association, featured 4,338 beers from 666 breweries across the country. Judges awarded 254 medals in 84 categories, and 15 of those […]
When D.C. weather is as hot and sticky as it has been the past few weeks, staying inside and popping open a cold one is about the only thing you can do. I keep track of all the suds I consume and from time to time offer a "Super List" of the ones I feel […]
No District brewpubs earned awards this year, but eight local and regional brewers were recognized at the 2010 Brewers Association World Beer Cup in Chicago last week. That's no small feat given this year's competition: 642 breweries from 44 countries and 47 U.S. states entered over 3,000 beers for only three awards in each of 90 […]
At the Great American Beer Festival awards ceremony this Saturday in Denver, our local brewery (or closest thing to it) did pretty darn well. Flying Dog was recognized as Mid-Size Brewing Company of the Year, and brewmaster Bob Malone was awarded Brewer of the Year in the same category. Flying Dog beers took four medals […]