When I first got in touch with DC-area homebrewer Andrei Henry, we were hoping to meet up for a brew session. Specifically, for an empty-the-freezer batch, in which whatever hops were in the freezer went into the boil.
Each week, Tony Budny pens SCREAMING INTO THE VOID and looks at the best in writing and social media conversation around the biggest issues in beer.
Breweries in Fairfax County, like Mustang Sally, Fair Winds, and Caboose, may soon be facing more competition.
New and Now Availables is a weekly(?) feature here at DCBeer.com. In an effort to keep readers informed about the newest beers (local and otherwise) appearing in the market and on beer menus, we'll be sharing the beer submissions we get from breweries and brewpubs.
It is always exciting to find out that a brewery or pub is opening in your neighborhood, especially when said neighborhood is largely devoid of craft beer havens.
Join us on Friday, March 31st as ChurchKey hosts the official DC area release of the inimitable Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout! On this night, we will feature 20 beers from the Michigan brewery, including a 4-year vertical of KBS!
Join The Sovereign on Wednesday, March 22nd as we welcome Brouwerij 't Verzet. Founded in 2011, Verzet, which translates to “the resistance,” set out to experiment and push boundaries within the slower-moving, traditional Belgian beer scene.