Savor sold out in ten minutes. That means you probably didn't get a ticket. Luckily, if you have 3 hours to spare Wednesday night, you might get a chance to drink your way to your very own Savor ticket.
For this edition of "Have a Beer With" I interviewed Mr. Dave Warwick. He is the new head brewer at the Rock Bottom Brewery in Arlington. He's replaced Chris Rafferty who left the brewpub in the Ballston mall to join the Rock Bottom Brewery in Chicago.
Many of our readers have expressed an interest in learning more about homebrew. And while we're still in the incubation stages for a big bad instructional and educational post, here's an opportunity to learn from some folks who are about to go pro.
Shine up those shoes and pick up your dry cleaning - the 2010 Brewer’s Ball is just around the corner! On Saturday, March 6th, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will sponsor the 6th Annual Brewer’s Ball event, to be held this year at the United States Chamber of Commerce.
During this brief break between snowstorms, you might want to venture out over the tundra to Churchkey and meet up with the founder of 21 Amendment, Nico Freccia. The San Fransisco brewmaster will be in town to discuss five of his beers that Churchkey will be graciously pouring on draft.
2009 was a great year for beer in DC with Founders, 21st Amendment, and Duck Rabbit making their presence known. The trend continues in 2010 with the debut of a new brewery to the DC market.
Clipper City Brewing Company really did remind me of a pirate ship. Despite its relatively large craft brewery size (when I compare it to the 15 barrel system of Cap City) it still maintains its scrappy rebelliousness despite its heavy metal.