Posts Tagged ‘growlers’

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 […]

3 Stars Brewing Company Begins Production for August Launch

Last week, 3 Stars Brewing Company's Mike McGarvey and Dave Coleman began brewing beer that will soon be in bars and restaurants across the city. Having obtained its final permits earlier this month, 3 Stars is the latest in a wave of sudsy start-ups in the area, and the third production brewery to open inside the District after DC […]

Thor Cheston’s Right Proper Brewpub Aiming For Spring 2013 Opening

Back in November, Y&H special malt and hops correspondent Tammy Tuck reported that former Brasserie Beck GM Thor Cheston would be opening his own brewpub, possibly in Shaw or Bloomingdale. Today, the Post chimes in with an update on the project: "He’s got a name, Right Proper Brewpub. He’s got a partner, John Snedden of […]

Chocolate City Beer Open for Growler Fills

If DC Brau and D'Vines have whetted your appetite for fresh beer in the District, you'll be pleased to know that Chocolate City Beer is also pouring its brew to-go. The small Brookland brewery is now open for growler fills every Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. This week, Chocolate City is pouring its malty […]

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 […]

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., […]

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 […]

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