A few weeks ago Aslin Brewing held a series of fantastic events over three days to celebrate their sixth anniversary.Continue reading “Breweries at Snallygaster + Aslin’s Sixth Anniversary Celebration”
Restaurants and bars come and go, which is too bad, as many turn into our favorite places to hang out. Let’s look at some of the least desirable closings on H Street NE in the past 10 years.
Here is a look at the best performing posts for our main features in the year that was 2019.
Continue reading “A DC Journey: Best of 2019”
‘We’re not used to this, we’re British.’
“Beer Finds A Way”
“Hold on to your brews. This year, Friends of the National Zoo is turning Washington, D.C.’s best beer festival into a prehistoric party!”
What did we love about SAVOR?
HopFest proved to be a fun beer festival, made all the better because it focused on local breweries only (those in DC, MD and VA).
Here is a look at the best performing posts for each of our main features in the year that was 2018.
Since we are quite fond of beer, let’s take a look at the sort of non-partisan shenanigans our Hill Staff get into when they make their own beers.
We drank a ton of lagers on Sunday!
“Drink Beer. Save Wildlife!”
The premiere craft beer festival of the season in DC did not disappoint! Both the beer and food was fantastic again at SAVOR 2018. I tried all 60 of the beers with an Untappd score of 4 or more and 53 earned a rating 4+ from me.
We attended SAVOR on its first night, Friday, June 1st.
It’s not often I get to a brewery and immediately say, “what an amazing view!” But that is what happened when I visited Dirt Farm Brewing recently.
If you’re headed to see the Nationals this weekend against the Arizona Diamondbacks, be sure to check out the new Aslin Beer Garden!
Here is a look at the best performing posts for each of our main features in the year that was 2017.
The 2017 Snallygaster, the self-described “Beastly Beer Jamboree,” was bigger than ever with over 400 beers. It seems like every year there are more and better beers, because there are. The participating breweries really brought their A-games with a host of extremely rare beers. Several gems weren’t even listed ahead of time and had to be discovered by exploring or talking to fellow craft-beer fans.