Posts Tagged ‘the brickskeller’

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, […]

This Week: European Brews at Wisdom, Pursuers of Hops at the Brick & Great Lakes Dinner at Commonwealth

Once again we bring you the week in organized beer fun. Read on for our picks but for details on any event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above.

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

For the first time in three weeks, the Rogue States trial didn't dominate blog traffic. Instead, y'all favored a mix of subjects, from Starbucks' plan to start selling alcohol to a four-star restaurant that lost its cache to the ongoing fascination with the sale of the Brickskeller. Hmm, I'm thinking the ultimate traffic-generating blog item […]

The Washington City Paper Beer Issue

The beer can above (*) is an original of the Olde Christian Heurich Brewing Co., the last production brewery to call D.C. home. The brewery closed in 1956 after 83 years in business, the victim of the major beer companies that were harnessing the power of TV to build their empires. But as Lagerhead Tammy […]

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 […]

This Week: Sly Fox at ChurchKey, Oliver Ales at Paradiso, Uinta at Galaxy Hut, Beer School at The Brick Great Lakes at The Black Squirrel & North Coast Everywhere

Whoa! Lots of beer fun to be had this week. Read on for a daily rundown, but for details on an event click on it in our D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. Monday Birch & Barley is hosting Sly Fox brewmaster Brian O'Reilly from Phoenixville, Pennsylvania for a five-course, seven-beer dinner.  Across town Pizzeria Paradiso Georgetown […]

This Week: Brooklyn Oktoberfest at Room 11, Beer School at the Brickskeller & Das Best Oktoberfest at National Harbor

This week is off to a slow start, probably because so many members of the local beer community are recuperating from a weekend at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver (more on that later). Notable events include the Brickskeller's second session of Beer School on Tuesday and Wednesday, and Das Best Oktoberfest at the […]

D.C. Beer Week Picks for Tuesday

D.C. Beer Week is well underway. So whether you've taken advantage of the numerous events that have already happened or are preparing to venture out to your first one tonight, we're here to help direct you to where you want to go. Below are The Lagerheads' picks for tonight. MOST EDUCATIONAL We predict that you'll […]

D.C. Beer Week Starts Friday: What’s In Store?

Early this month we posted a sneak peek at D.C. Beer Week, a celebration that will feature craft beer focused events and specials at bars and restaurants starting this Friday, August 20, and running through Saturday, August 28. There are already over 40 special events planned for the second annual city-wide craft beer festival. Your […]

This Week: Mussels from Brussels at Brasserie Beck, Inaugural Trivia at Biergarten Haus, Harpoon Cruise on the Potomac & Belgian National Day Celebrations Galore

Monday means it's time for The Lagerheads to bring you the week in beer. (Click on an event for details beyond our descriptions below.) Many events this week are for Belgian National Day, when Belgophiles the world over will celebrate July 21, the day Belgium proclaimed independence from The Netherlands in 1831. You can get things started […]

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