Posts Tagged ‘Justin Cox’

Yes We Can: How a Mobile Cannery is Helping Local Breweries Get Their Six-Packs to You

River City Cannery's clients include Atlas Brew Works and Heavy Seas Beer.

Atlas Brew Works Wants You to Rip Off Its Beer

The Ivy City Brewery hosts a competition for homebrewers to replicate its Rowdy beer.

Atlas Brew Works Now Has Cans

They'll first be released at the Logan Circle Whole Foods on Dec. 19.

Restaurants Can Now Make and Sell Their Own Booze

Will distillery pubs soon be the new brewpubs? A recently enacted D.C. law allows restaurants to distill their own liquor on premises or next door, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration announced today. The distillery pub permit, which is also available to tavern, nightclub, and hotel licensees, allows establishments to sell the liquor they produce for on- […]

Brew In Town: Atlas Brew Works NSFW

Where in Town: Meridian Pint, 3400 11th St. NW Price: $6.50/12 oz. And Then There Were Four If your Saturdays are like mine, you often plan the afternoon around growler hours at the District’s three production breweries: DC Brau, Chocolate City, and 3 Stars. Prepare to add a fourth stop: Atlas Brew Works in Ivy […]

Atlas Brew Works Starts Brewing

D.C.'s newest production brewery, Atlas Brew Works, at last has a launch day. Or rather, a launch week: Sept. 2-8. Instead of one big blowout for its debut, Atlas Brew Works will host an event in a different neighborhood across D.C. each night. The exact schedule is still being finalized, but expect stops in Petworth, […]

D.C.’s Next Brewery: Atlas Brew Works

Two years ago, D.C. didn't have a single production brewery. Now there's a fourth on the way. Homebrewer Justin Cox and commercial brewer Will Durgin are bringing Atlas Brew Works to Ivy City in the first quarter of 2013. The 20-barrel brewery will be located at 2052 West Virginia Ave. NE and eventually specialize in […]

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