Something delicious has been brewing up in Takoma Park. It hasn't been brewing for long, but you've known for a long time that it was on its way. It isn't quiet, nor subtle, nor inconspicuous. That's just not what this thing is. This thing is big, bold, and fully prepared to take the city and
For those of you looking for an #IPADay option in Adams Morgan, The Black Squirrel has you covered.
Listen, full disclosure, my personal opinion is that #IPADay is whack. As numerous people have pointed out both last year and this year, every day in craft beer is #IPADay because the vast majority of craft beer enthusiasts love hops.
Alright, so this isn't exactly BREAKING NEWS!, but it's still an important story for those of you who are growler enthusiasts.
It's been a while since we've seen all of our wonderful readers. It's also been a while since we launched another neighborhood guide. Well, Wednesday, August 8 at 6pm at Wonderland Ballroom, we're going to go ahead and kill two birds with one stone.
I have a love affair with Cantillon's Rosé de Gambrinus. Wonderful tartness, a blast of fresh raspberry, and all of the lambic qualities that Cantillon does better than anyone else in the world.
One of the best brewpubs in the country, Mad Fox Brewing Company, is just across the river from those of us who work and live in the swamp, in Falls Church, Virginia. Still, if that's a bridge too far, Smoke and Barrel will spare you the trip.
When one walks into an establishment not normally associated with craft beer and comes away impressed, that's a sure-fire sign of a maturing beer scene. Enter Tryst, the Adams Morgan coffee house that's had a dedicated Allagash tap for some time.