Posts Tagged ‘Washington Nationals’

Atlas Brew Works Debuts Washington Nationals Beer

Last year, DC Brau collaborated with D.C. United to create the District's first team-specific beer, a golden ale called The Tradition. Now, Ivy City brewery Atlas Brew Works is launching 1500 South Cap Lager, a new beer exclusively for the Washington Nationals, at the first home game on April 4. The 4.8 percent-alcohol Helles lager […]

What To Eat (And Drink) Today: Genever-Paired Grub at Belga Cafe, Wines Galore at 2100 Prime

Tonight, the newly rebranded 2100 Prime (ex-Jockey Club) caters a splashy—and I mean, splashy!—opening reception for the Capital Wine Festival at the Fairfax Hotel. Sip on samples from two Virginia wineries, Leesburg's Tarara Vineyards and Middleburg's Boxwood Vineyards, and some 45 others. Admission is $65 per person, with buffet fare included. Across town, Belga Cafe […]

The Worst Pretzel at American Ballparks?

Y&H had just polished off a Ben's half-smoke with chili — a spicy bite that disappeared way too fast — and decided to chase it with a cleverly rolled Curly W pretzel from the vendor roaming our section at Nats Park. Man, was that a mistake. If there is a worst pretzel at an American […]

The Hardest Working Folks in Professional Sports: Beer Vendors

Carrie and I took the night off to watch the Nats takes on the Phils at Citizens Bank Park Nationals Stadium, where the opponent's fans seemed to outnumber the locals by three to one. The beer vendors must have loved it, given the average Philly fan can drink a gummit wonk under the table (stadium […]