Bump brewed at Bluejacket since it opened more than two years ago.
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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 […]
The day D.C. beer fans have been waiting for has finally arrived: Starting tonight at Meridian Pint, the first production beer brewed in the District in over 50 years will be available for consumption. After months of planning, DC Brau, the first in a wave of breweries to open locally this year, is going public (so to […]
It's official. DC Brau is the first production brewery to operate inside the District of Columbia in more than 50 years. On Thursday, founders Jeff Hancock and Brandon Skall received their Certificate of Occupancy (on St. Patrick's Day and Hancock's birthday, no less). Today, the brewing begins. Public Ale, the small craft brewery's pale ale, will […]