For Jay Irizarry and Ben Matz, Chocolate City Beer revolves around two important themes. First, they've got a beer that surprised them from the first taste. Second, they genuinely want to be a part of the budding DC craft beer community.
The Big Hunt will bring three exceedingly rare Founders Brewing Company beers into the District next week.
The weekend is upon us and there are options for the frugal-minded and fest-lover alike. Be sure to check these great events out!
Town Tavern's Oktoberfest
During the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, I had the good fortune to sit down to beers with Dave Coleman and Mike McGarvey at Wynkoop Brewing Company and talk about their upcoming brewing venture.
Hang onto your hats and put your other hand on a pint, DC craft beer fans! DCBeer.com has received word that something big, no, scratch that, huge, is brewing between Churchkey and Stone Brewing Co. Actually, huge may not even cover it.
A rumor that Cloverdale, California brewery Bear Republic would pull distribution of its beers from the Washington area spread quickly across Twitter today.
Readers of DCBeer.com have dreams. They want to be astronauts, kung-fu warriors, members of Congress, snake wranglers. Ambitious dreams, certainly.
For this edition of “Have a Beer With...,” I reached to Belgian Beer Specialist Chuck Cook.
Sounds of construction fill the air around Fort Lincoln, as a new brewery excitedly prepares to move in. DC Brau, a startup brewery with a passion for all things local, is moving in to a 6,112 square foot facility on Bladensburg Road starting August 1.
This weekend is the 3rd Annual Summer BrewFest in Leesburg, VA. Yes, I realize Leesburg is a haul for most of us and getting back always presents a problem. For those of you on the fence about attending, here are a few good reasons DCBeer thinks you should attend.