Posts Tagged ‘Savor’

Savor Week 2011: The Master List

The circus is coming to town. Savor is next weekend, June 3 and 4, at the National Building Museum. For the past four years, the national craft beer and food-pairing event has brought a week-long brew party to D.C., and this year is no exception. Tickets sold out quickly, but thanks to local bars, restaurants, […]

3 Stars to Release D.C.’s Newest Local Beer, Brewed Right Here in … Delaware?

3 Stars Brewing Company, one of D.C.'s newly formed local breweries, will be releasing a beer in late May. Instead of an offering from their forthcoming line up, this first effort is a collaboration beer brewed not here in D.C. but in Delaware (cue Wayne and Garth) with the help of Evolution Craft Brewing Company. The release, […]

No Ticket to SAVOR? No Problem! SAVOR Beer Week Brings Wealth of Events to D.C.

For the fourth year, SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience will bring talented brewers and their beers to D.C. from all over the United States. The popular tasting event, which will be at the National Building Museum on June 3 and 4, sold out in less than 20 minutes again this year, despite doubling in […]

SAVOR Tickets on Sale Tomorrow at Noon

The season of SAVOR is upon us. On June 3 and June 4, the Brewers Association will host the American craft beer and food pairing event at the National Building Museum here in Washington, D.C. General public tickets for the popular annual event, which is in its fourth year, go on sale tomorrow, Thursday, March 3, […]

This Week: Stoudt’s at Pizzeria Paradiso & Meridian Pint, HopSlam & Old Schoolhouse at ChurchKey and Ommegang at Lyon Hall

The week in beer is here. Read on for some notes on my picks below, or go to our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for the full list and more details about any event. Monday starting at 4PM, ChurchKey is pouring their last reserve keg of this season's batch of HopSlam, the sought-after honeyed Double India Pale […]

Savor Announces 2011 Brewery Lineup, Ticket Sale Dates

Savor, D.C.'s classiest boozefest, announced its full list of 33 breweries for 2011, including noted heavyweights, local talent, and some very exciting new breweries from around the country. The beer and food festival, which returns to its original two-day format for its fourth year, will take place June 3 and 4 at the National Building […]

Looking Back at SAVOR 2010

In a post earlier this month we mentioned it took us awhile to recuperate from the mania of SAVOR, the annual American craft beer and food pairing event put on by the Brewers Association. The event puts D.C. in a beer frenzy for days before and after brewers and booths fill the National Building Museum with […]

CBS News Report On Craft Beer Features SAVOR (And Maybe You)

It has been a month since SAVOR and the week-long craft beer celebration it brings with it took over D.C. bars and restaurants, and it has taken The Lagerheads about that long to recuperate. This weekend the annual Brewers Association beer and food pairing event was featured in a CBS News report on the growing […]

Saint Somewhere Shines at Savor

Of the 70 breweries pouring at Savor on Saturday, one of the highlights was Saint Somewhere Brewing, from Tarpon Springs, Florida. The one-man brewery is an anomaly on the American craft beer scene, producing only saisons, the spicy, lively farmhouse ales of the Belgian countryside. And "one-man" isn't a figure of speech; founder Bob Sylvester […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

François Haeringer tested his last sauce on Tuesday. What a terrible week for fans of the local restaurant scene. First Inox closes, then Roberto Donna admits to embezzling tax money from Arlington County, and finally the great chef François Haeringer passes away at age 91, working right to the end. You were clicking like mad […]

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