Posts Tagged ‘Meridian Pint’

Ale Together Now: Beer Collaborations During DC Beer Week

The Beer Issue Lager Rhythms How a Homebrewer Resurrected a Classic D.C. Lager Ready and Labeled What Would These Draft Beers Look Like in Cans and Bottles License to Swill D.C.’s Booze Laws Allow a Way Around the Middleman. Guess Who Isn’t Happy? Cask and Tell The Barrel-Aged Revolution How to Spend DC Beer Week […]

Try “Groot Beer” and Ebulon Soda Tonight at Meridian Pint

WildCraft Soda is throwing a launch party tonight at Meridian Pint from 5 to 10 p.m. The draft-only, small-batch sodas made with foraged botanicals and lightly sweetened with honey are created by longtime home brewer Nathan Zeender, who will serve as head brewer of the forthcoming Right Proper brewpub in Shaw. Meridian Pint is the […]

Where to Drink During the Craft Brewers Conference Part 2

Having the annual Craft Brewers Conference in D.C. this week means plenty of chances to rub elbows with the brewers from around the world—or at least drink their beers. Yesterday, we brought you picks for the best events each day. Today, we offer some suggestions on where to meet beer world celebrities, listen to live music, drink […]

Where to Drink During the Craft Brewers Conference This Week

The annual Craft Brewers Conference arrives in D.C. this week. More than 6,000 beer professionals from around the world are expected to attend, and many are bringing their beer with them. Gird your liver! Washington's plethora of craft beer-minded bars and restaurants have put together a whopper of a week to celebrate the first time the […]

WildCraft Soda Now On Draft at Meridian Pint

You won't be able to try superstar homebrewer Nathan Zeender's beers until Shaw brewpub Right Proper opens in the fall. But as of last Friday, Zeender's new line of WildCraft sodas are on tap at Meridian Pint. The small-batch, draft-only sodas are made with foraged botanicals and lightly sweetened with honey. Meridian Pint has two dedicated draft lines […]

Oktoberfests & More: Where to Find Fall Beers This Weekend

It doesn't feel like it outside yet, but fall is here. That means fall beer is here, too. With temperatures still in the 70s and 80s, what better way is there to cool off than by drinking a nice, malty festbier like the throngs in Munich or a fresh harvest ale brewed with hops straight […]

Brew In Town: Mad Fox Brewing Molotov Hoptail

Where In Town: Smoke and Barrel, 2471 18th St. NW Price: $7.50/16 ounces Hop Cross Puns Ah, the India pale ale: distillation of the pinecone-shaped hop flower, stronghold of silly beer names. To get you in the mood for the punniest of beer styles, let a few of these words roll off your tongue: Tricerahops. Hopsickle. Hoppy […]

Young & Hungry’s Guide to D.C. Beer Week

Stock up on water and aspirin! Now in its fourth year, D.C. Beer Week kicks off this Sunday with more than 100 events throughout the District and northern Virginia. The highlights below, by type of event, are my suggestions for the best ways to wreck your liver next week. A complete daily list of beer dinners, small dish pairings, […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Lobster Monster Roll Edition

Mmmm...bacon beer. [We Love DC] Try the Lobster Monster Roll at Zabb Modern Asian. [Girl Meets Food] Mintwood Place is now serving brunch. [Washingtonian] Big crowd at Meridian Pint for DC Brau's anniversary bash [Twitter] Seven D.C. brunches that don't suck. [Serious Eats] Oyster Fest at Hank's Oyster Bar is set for April 21. [Borderstan] […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Year of the Dragon Edition

Happy Chinese New Year! Some tasty places to celebrate: Zentan, Toki Underground and The Source by Wolfgang Puck. [We Love DC] Hungry for Chinese peasant food the way they used to make it? You know, during the rule of Mao Zedong? There's a book for that. [NPR] Iconoclastic Alamo Drafthouse aims to open in the […]

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