Lots of new beers set to enter the market as a result of CBC. We'll have coverage on as many of them as we can get info for. Here's what DC Brau is offering up. Via email from Brandon Skall:
Flying Dog, Burley Oak, Evolution, and a host of other Maryland brewers need your help. They'd like to be able to serve pints of their delicious, local beer, on premises at their breweries.
Pretty cool idea from the folks at Flying Dog (who have been busy on the press release front this week). Reminds me of Northern Brewer's Pro Series kits where they team up with brewers to put out five gallon-scaled kits of professional recipes.
There are a number of events related to Craft Brewers Conference 2013. Although we have day-by-day line-ups posted, it may also be helpful for attendees and the #DCBrews community to check out what some venues that are going above and beyond will be offering.
You see a lot of these oyster stouts and other beers that want to give back to communities and causes, but you don't too often hear the metrics that result from them. Thanks to Flying Dog for the info. From a press release:
Hop heads, rejoice, another local DIPA for you all to bitter your palates with, this time from Port City Brewing Company. From a press release: