As our site’s name implies, we consider DC home, but there’s another side to our fair city. I speak of Washington: DC’s political twin, the seat of government, home to monuments and backroom deals.
A few weeks ago, we here at DC Beer got a cryptic email from Lagunitas. The Northern California brewery wanted to know if we’d be interested in coming out to brew…in 9 days. We were indeed interested.
Cease and desist letters have become an important part of the business of craft beer as breweries and brands attempt to stand out in an increasingly crowded marketplace and defend their brands in order to do so.
Brown Distributors operates in two states, Florida and Virginia. This is relevant because they're doing Northern Virginia a solid this week by bringing up Cigar City Brewing's Jal Alai IPA.
It's been something of an open secret that Meridian Pint, Smoke & Barrel owner John Andrade wanted to open a third beer-centric restaurant in DC, and today brings the news that he's found a location, in the new Monroe Street Market development across the stre
We interrupt DC Beer Week to bring you more news about beer in DC. Mad Fox Brewing Company, the Falls Church brewpub, will open a second, non-brewing location in beer-starved Glover Park early next year.
Six months ago, New Belgium's area representative, John Gardner, mentioned to the staff at Tryst that their master blender, Lauren Salazar, was interested in making a sour beer with coffee.