Support independent craft breweries all week!
Let’s continue our series exploring some of the incredible beers available in or near DC.
A virtual beer festival? Let’s do this!
Beer is essential.
As we continue to adjust to the stay-at-home life during COVID-19, there are many ways we can support our locals businesses. We, along with many other local bloggers, have been actively sharing options via Twitter (@adcjourney).
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Support local breweries! Many breweries still offer cans and growlers to go, still essential, and they can even be delivered right to your door. For example, Red Bear Brewery just started producing cans. . . . #beerisgood #beer #cans #growler #washingtondc #igdc #51stStateBeer #cider #mydccool #SkookumBeer @redbearbrewing @supremecorecider @rightproperbeer @3starsbrewing @dcbrau @bluejacketdc #drinkthisdc
A round-up of some recent cool things, and a few that suck.
Public tickets for SAVOR go on sale on February 19th!
It’s never too early to plan for a beer festival, right?
2020 should be about loving beer.
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”
Like sour beers? Hoppy beers?
Hope you enjoyed Snallygaster last week. But it’s over and we need to find new beer drinking opportunities.
The 2019 Snallygaster is set to be the best one yet. The beer list is even better than last year’s with over 200 beers rated 4+ in Untappd, the weather is going to be delightful with partly cloudy and a high of 77, and the Nats take on the Cardinals at 4pm.
The beer festival just sold out for September 27th, but here is a list of beers that will be available.
DC Beer Week is over, but there are still more beer festivals on the horizon!
DC Beer Week is about to test your beer drinking acumen, end it on a high note!
Beer party or not to beer party.
A beer festival worth celebrating!