At growler hours tomorrow, you might want to take a tour of NE DC, because all three breweries are premiering new beers. The rundown, in alphabetical order: Read more about DC Breweries Launch Three New Beers Tomorrow (Saturday)
At growler hours this Saturday (12-4pm), DC Brau will be pouring (1) The Tradition, a well-balanced golden ale just above the threshold of session beer, brewed in conjunction with DC United, DC's soccer team. Wear team gear and get a dollar off a growler. Read more about DC Brau to Premier Four New Beers This Month
Good news for the #DCBrews scene out of DC Brau last week. Also good news for folks in Maryland who want some DC-made craft beer. From a press release: Read more about DC Brau Expanding Production, Distribution in 2013
Hello, dear readers. It's great to be back in the District after a long Great American Beer Festival weekend. Sorry it's taken so long to write - between the inevitable post-GABF fatigue and the inevitable work overload involved in resuming normal life after a 4-day bacchanal ( Read more about GABF Round-Up #1 - The Winners
Last weekend I was talking with a friend who has a completely different set of political beliefs than mine. Despite our bitter differences, we saw eye to eye on one thing: a promotion shouldn't be an incentive for improvement, a promotion should be a reward. Read more about DCBeer and Maple Ave Restaurant Bring You Local Brews and International Street Food
For over a year, breweries in Washington, DC have been making beer, but with the opening of Union Market just northeast of the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station, we have a new first. Read more about Union Market Opens, Serves Only Local Beer
A well-minded pint of cask ale can be a thing of beauty - all it takes to get hooked is one sip. If you find yourself beguiled by its charms and desperate for another taste, look no further than Read more about District Chophouse Hosts 2nd Annual Cask Night 8/16
One of the most pleasant outcomes of the rise of craft beer is the revival of long-forgotten styles. Last year, at Gordon Biersch's Rockville, MD location, brewer Kevin Blodger made gose, a tangy, refreshing German-style sour wheat ale, brewed with coriander and salt. Read more about DC Brau and Bluejacket Revive Grätzer from "The Embers of the Deceased"