Posts Tagged ‘Flying Dog Brewery’

Logan Shaw Brewing Company Goes Wild (Goose), Sets Up Shop In Maryland

Logan Shaw Brewing Company, whose founders wanted to make and sell beer in the area of Northwest D.C. by the same name, have changed course since hatching the idea for a neighborhood brewery a year ago. President Jeff Harrison and his partners started serious planning last summer. After months of searching for a suitable space […]

This Week: He’Brew Jewbilation at ChurchKey & Fireworks, Dogfish Head Alehouse Holiday Dinners, 21st Amendment at Ella’s and Winter Beers at the Brick

There is plenty of festive beer fun to be had in the District this week. A little bit about the week below, but for more details on any event, click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. It's Hanukkah, so why not head to ChurchKey or Fireworks Pizza for He'brew Jewbilation and other Schmalz […]

This Week: Fireworks Pizza’s First Beer Dinner, Schenkerla at Birch & Barley, Brew Masters Premieres on Discovery Channel

There are some great beer events this week. Read on for a few of our picks, but for details on any event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. DINNERS Flying Dog has a dinner at Fourth Estate (at the National Press Club) on Monday and is the featured brewery at new […]

Flying Dog Brewery Creatively Interprets Law to Re-Open Tap Room

Flying Dog Brewery in nearby Frederick, Maryland, closed their tap room and stopped giving tours to the public almost a year ago as a result of pressure from state authorities over Maryland laws for breweries. President and CEO Jim Caruso and his team have recently come across a new interpretation of the law that will allow Flying Dog to […]

Rustik Tavern’s Unusual Take on Neighborhood Grub

The Ward 5 pizza at Rustik Outside, it's a balmy late October evening in Bloomingdale, but inside Rustik Tavern, it feels like a meat locker. It's as if the neighborhood's first watering hole is trying to prepare for winter by cranking up the AC. I'm feeling the need for a parka – or at least […]

Straight Dope on SAVOR Part 3: How Breweries Are Selected

Last week we wrote a series of posts about SAVOR, the craft beer and food pairing event planned for this June at the National Building Museum. After tickets sold out on Wednesday in just ten minutes, we decided to contact the Brewers Association for a response. Tammy spoke with Craft Beer Program Director Julia Herz about the […]

What Were the Most Popular Y&H Posts in Foreign Countries Last Year?

As you can imagine, most of Y&H's readers are based right here in the God-fearing, gun-loving United States of America. But as I've been messing around with Google Analytics, I've discovered a number of posts from 2009 that played well in foreign countries, sort of like old blues musicians in Europe, I guess. Below you'll find the five most-popular Y&H […]

Hang with The Naked Pint Authors at ChurchKey Next Week

Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune are smart, funny, beautiful, and really know what they are talking about when it comes to beer. Their recent book, The Naked Pint, made our list of top five beer reads last week. At that time, we tortured you with the fact that we would be among the lucky few to meet […]

GonzoFest This Saturday

The second annual GonzoFest is this Saturday from 3pm to 9pm at Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, Maryland. The outdoor beer festival honors the life of Hunter S. Thompson, the brewery's self-proclaimed idol. In addition to Flying Dog's line of award-winning beers, the day will feature four live bands and is also the site of the […]