On Tuesday, March 4, the Adams Morgan bar Bourbon sold Heady Topper and Hill Farmstead beers (among others), using DC’s “gray laws” that allow retailers like bars, restaurants, and liquor stores to act as importers as well.
It’s easy to forget amidst the fun and frivolity that brewing is a business and craft beer is a commodity. The laws of supply and demand apply to your happy hour pints as surely as they do to your cookout cases. This is especially true for beers in limited supply.
Two weeks ago, some folks from your intrepid DCBeer staff headed to the Windy City for Cidercon 2014. Pictures and a write-up from that appley bit of goodness are forthcoming, but for your Friday morning enjoyment, check out some of our photos and stops from Chicago.
Beer knowledge isn’t only acquired on the street – sometimes, it requires some book learning. With that in mind, we’ve decided to start this feature, in which we sporadically review new releases. Let us know what you think!
Welcome to The Mash-In! This feature is a hodgepodge of contributions from our staff that we hope you enjoy.
Three intrepid members of your DCBeer staff are headed to Chicago next week for CiderCon 2014. Members of the United States Association of Cider Makers (USACM), the country's hard cider industry group, will gather in the W
Welcome to The Mash-In (name in progress, patent pending)! This semi-monthly (well, for now, unless demand warrants a weekly edition) feature is a hodgepodge of contributions from our staff that we hope you enjoy.