Posts Tagged ‘Rock Art Brewery’

Policy Lays Down The Law With Rare Beer

Not long after the U Street corridor spot opened a year ago, we popped into Policy for the first time and quickly filed it away as a place to go in the unlikely event we were in the mood for velvet ropes, fancy cocktails, and house music. We never thought beer would bring us back, but […]

2009: The Year in Beer News #2

Today we bring you part two of our look at the biggest beer stories of 2009. Reviewing all of this news makes us look forward to the year ahead, so after four | nostalgic | blog | posts | we are saying enough. The Lagerheads are done looking back at 2009 and are ready to forge ahead with […]

Dr. Dremo’s is Coming Back to Clarendon

The little guys seem to be winning left and right lately, at least in the beer world. First we had the Rock Art Brewery vs. Monster Energy (but really Anheuser Busch) debacle over the word "monster." After an intense social media campaign, the corporate giant meanies backed off and brewery co-founder Matt Nedau declared victory. Then […]

This Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

Well, look who's back at No. 1? Our old friend Select 55, who just couldn't stand being out of the limelight for a couple of weeks. This week's top blog posts feature a couple of hard-charging items published late in the week, including a campaign to protect Rock Art Brewery from corporate beer behemoths on […]

A True Monster Attacks Rock Art Brewery – Can Twitter and Facebook Help?

If you follow brews news like we do, you have probably caught wind of the David-and-Goliath story unfolding between Vermont's Rock Art Brewery and Monster energy drinks. It seems that Hansen Beverage Company, makers of the Monster line, believe that consumers will be confused by the use of the word "monster" in Rock Art's 10th Anniversary […]