Posts Tagged ‘Stone Brewing Company’

Brew In Town: Matt’s Burning Rosids Imperial Cherrywood Smoked Saison

Stone Brewing Company Matt’s Burning Rosids Imperial Cherrywood Smoked Saison Where in Town: Scion Restaurant, 1200 East-West Hwy., Silver Spring, or 2100 P St. NW Price: $4/12 oz. Yeastward Expansion Southern California’s Stone Brewing Company, currently the 10th-largest craft brewery in the U.S., is looking to up its rank. Like Colorado’s New Belgium and Oskar […]

This Week In Beer: Stone’s Greg Koch Is Coming To Town, 3 Stars at the Pint, Kujo at ChurchKey & More

This week's wealth of great beer across D.C. should make it easy to warm up for the holidays. 'Tis the season! Read on for a quick rundown of what''s going on, or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. On Monday, the Arrogant Bastard himself, Stone Brewing Company founder […]

The Super List: October 2010

Before officially ringing in the new year, I am looking back at 2010 to reminisce about all the delicious beers I came across. (I am also playing catch-up on last year's New Year's resolution. Still counts, right?) This Super List post has the beers that tickled my fancy in October, consisting of some timely fresh-hopped beers, […]

Beerspotter’s Top 5 Beers of 2010

My New Year's resolution for 2011 is to be an omnivorous drinker: to appreciate beer in both quality and quantity. I had long been beguiled by promises of sexier beer—aged in bourbon, wine, brandy, and raw oak barrels; inoculated with yeast strains from far-off lands; infused with enough hops to endanger the species—but for every […]

This Week: Bell’s at Meridian Pint, Stone at Bourbon, Festivus at Mad Fox & Holiday Draft Take-Over at Pizzeria Paradiso

This week has some great beer events to help ring in the holidays. Sadly, The Lagerheads are in Colorado so unable to participate, but we are still bringing you the scoop. For details on any event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. Starting Monday, all three Pizzeria Paradiso's are turning their tap […]

This Week: Stone Tap Takeover & Bruce Williams at ChurchKey, Anniversary Rarities at The Brick, Autumn Fest at Pizzeria Paradiso & Flying Dog at RiverFrontFest

It's a big week in beer for D.C. The Lagerheads give you the skinny below. For details on an event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. The party starts Monday at ChurchKey where the founder and CEO of Stone Brewing Company Greg Koch will host a keg party of gigantic proportions […]

ChurchKey Goes Stone Wild: Total Tap Takeover This Monday

Rain got you down? Well, here's something to look forward to. This Monday, October 4, ChurchKey will turn over 40 of its 50 taps to the beers of Stone Brewing Company. Not only will you get to hang with Stone CEO Greg Koch (recently knighted by the Belgian Brewers Guild, joining several of our local […]

Black and Hoppy Beers: What Do You Call ‘Em?

WaPo's Greg Kitsock and I are both beer writers in D.C., and we frequent many of the same bars, shops, and overly geeky listservs, but rarely do we actually cross paths. So it's significant that we both happened to choose the emerging "black IPA" style for our columns this week. Well, at least that's what […]

21st Amendment: America’s Finest Low-Alcohol Beer?

I caught a pleasant surprise while scanning the beer menu at Birch & Barley one recent Sunday. It was a recovery brunch, and between my hangover, my caffeine deficiency, and the 14th Street traffic and blazing heat pounding our streetside table, I wasn't looking to order a beer so much as brush up on new […]

Imperial Stouts to Buy Now (and Drink)

Earlier this week I told you that, summer be damned, now was the time to buy up new imperial stouts — and keep them in your cellar. But like every good rule, there are exceptions. Hoppy beers are generally not suitable for aging; the compounds responsible for hops' fresh, citrusy flavors and aromas are highly […]

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