Posts Tagged ‘Sierra Nevada Brewing Company’

Gird Your Liver! It’s Savor Week

Tickets to this weekend's Savor beer festival, one of the brewing community's most anticipated events of the year, may be long gone. But if you're not going, that doesn't mean your buzz needs to suffer. For the fifth year in a row, bars and restaurants throughout D.C. are taking advantage of having so many talented American […]

This Week in Beer: Brasserie Beck & Againn Host New Belgium, Pizzeria Paradiso Holds AutumnFest, SweetWater and Great Lakes Take Over The Black Squirrel & More

There is plenty of organized beer fun to fill up your day planner this week. Read on for a run-through, or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details.

This Week in Beer: Food Truck Beer Dinner, Evil Twin at ChurchKey, BBQ and Beer at the Kennedy Center & New Belgium Launches Galore

The big news this week is the official arrival of New Belgium Brewing Company beers to the D.C. area. Joints like The Black Squirrel have been known for "bootlegging" New Belgium crowd-pleasers into the District for some time, but now the Colorado brewery is legitimately distributed in D.C. For more details on where to find New […]

This Week in Beer: Sierra Nevada Rarities, SweetWater Invasion, Cask Lab & More

This week's beer fun comes primarily in the form of Earth Day and 4/20 references. Read on for my picks but for more details on any event, click on it in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. LAGERHEADS PICK: On Wednesday, Meridian Pint celebrates Earth Day with a "Dazed and Enthused" tap takeover with brewer Terrence Sullivan […]

Fall Is In the Air . . . and On the Shelves: The Lagerheads’ Picks for Autumn Beers

Temperatures are (slowly) dropping. The days are growing shorter. D.C. kids go back to school on Monday. And in case you haven't noticed, a flood of autumnal colors has begun filling the shelves of your favorite beer shop. Fall beers are here, so it's time to prepare your palate for brews that have a little extra […]

Why Are There So Few Low-Alcohol Specialty Beers?

Today's topic is a spin-off of our first question from readers during this All Beer Week here at Young & Hungry. The question, which Beerspotter Orr Shtuhl responded to yesterday, was about the absence of craft Pilsners in the American beer market. In what we see as a related topic, we turn the discussion from Pilsners […]

Shelf Watch Proves D.C. Craft Beer Selection Is On The Up And Up

D.C.'s beer culture is growing stronger all the time, and over the last month we have seen significant proof of it in our neighborhood grocery store. Sure, D.C. has seen a steady increase in the number of beer-centric bars and restaurants opening, as well as wine and cocktail-focused places adding more craft and imported beer […]

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