Posts Tagged ‘D’Vines’

‘Growlettes’ From D.C.’s First Cidery Will Be Available This Friday

ANXO Cidery & Pintxos Bar and Millstone Cellars collaborate on a Basque-style cider.

Brew In Town: Perennial Artisan Ales Woodside Tripel

Perennial Artisan Ales Woodside Tripel Where In Town: D’Vines, 3103 14th St. NW Price: $17.49/750 mL Hop Choice Spending money to try a fancy bottle of beer is easier when I’m confident I won’t end up pouring it down the drain. The knowledgeable staff at D’Vines in Columbia Heights usually steer me straight. On a […]

Get Your Growlers at D’Vines in Columbia Heights

Clear some room in your fridge. After a year and a half of waiting and planning, specialty wine and beer shop D'Vines is selling growlers again. The Columbia Heights store relaunched its beer-to-go program Monday evening with pours of 17 craft beers and free 64-ounce containers to the first 100 customers. According to manager George Aguilar, the […]

The Lowdown On Hopslam: Searching D.C. For This Rare IPA? Good Luck!

The annual release of Hopslam, the super-rare and coveted Imperial IPA from Michigan's Bell's Brewery that often has retailers jacking up their price guns, is upon us again. And, yes, at some outlets, it's already too late to buy some. Connecticut Avenue Wine & Liquors got six cases in on Monday and sold them out […]

There’s A Tear In My Beer: No More Growlers at D’Vines and De Vinos

Beer and wine emporiums D'Vines in Columbia Heights and De Vinos in Adams Morgan are no longer filling and selling growlers of beer to go. On Saturday, an official from the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) told manager George Aguilar that the filling of sealed containers was permitted only for businesses with a manufacturer’s Class […]

A Beer Flows From Brooklyn: Your Guide to Sixpoint Brewing Company’s D.C. Launch Week

Early last month, I tantalized your taste buds with tales of Sixpoint Brewing Company's imminent arrival in D.C.  The time has finally come. The Brooklyn-based brewery will be bringing their beer into the District starting this week, and it's entering D.C. with a series of launch parties across the city. The outfit bringing Sixpoint to […]

D.C. Beer Week, Day By Day: Lagerheads’ Picks for Friday & Saturday

This year's D.C. Beer Week is beginning to wind down, but hopefully you aren't. There are still two full days of craft beer madness and more than 35 interesting to-do's with tasty brews to choose from. Below are my picks for Friday and Saturday, but be sure to check out the full calendar after the jump. […]

Growler District: DC Brau Paves Way for Draft Beer Take-Out

DC Brau is at it again. Brewery founders Jeff Hancock and Brandon Skall's crusade for D.C. beverage law reform started in February, when they wrote and introduced a law, that subsequently passed, allowing District breweries to serve beer at on-site tasting rooms. A month ago, despite a precedent that growlers were not kosher in D.C., […]

No Ticket to SAVOR? No Problem! SAVOR Beer Week Brings Wealth of Events to D.C.

For the fourth year, SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience will bring talented brewers and their beers to D.C. from all over the United States. The popular tasting event, which will be at the National Building Museum on June 3 and 4, sold out in less than 20 minutes again this year, despite doubling in […]

Beer Event Picks for Friday: Wait, There’s 10?

That's right, our D.C. Beer Events Calendar shows ten goings-on going on today, the day before Savor. The good news is, the events are pretty spread out, ranging from Alexandria to Columbia Heights. The bad news is, you have to choose. For me, the must-see event is the meet-and-greet with Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman, […]