Washington, DC (April 7, 2015) – Today is National Beer Day, a great day to find and head to some great spots to celebrate. If you can wait, there are a few events that will definitely satisfy your cravings whether it be a simple Corona or a entire Bier Garten. If you cannot wait, there are a few places that you can go today and enjoy some great suds. Cheers to National Beer Day!
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EL CENTRO D.F. PATIO PARTY (TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 6-9:00PM)
1819 14th Street Northwest
1218 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest
WHY IT’S WORTH MENTIONING: Tuesday, April 14th from 6-9:00pm the spring menu will debut. El Centro’s patio parties are both priced at $25 pp w/ two drink tickets, and light apps throughout the evening. TICKETS HERE: (14th Street) http://bit.ly/1O3OdsF and (Georgetown) http://bit.ly/1DGYsl7 Also $5 bottled beers such as Dos XX Lager, Dos XX Ambar, Tecate and Corona Light as well as signature cocktails such as the El Centro Margarita.
CITY TAP HOUSE EARTH DAY CRAFT BEER DAY (WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, ALL DAY)
901 9th Street Northwest
WHY IT’S WORTH MENTIONING: City Tap House will showcase beers of environmental stewards to include Long Trail Brewing Company, Otter Creek Brewing, and Wolaver’s Organic Ales in honor of Earth Day. Between six and nine of City Tap House’s draft lines will be occupied by these Vermont-based environmentally friendly breweries. Guests can enjoy these craft brews during the entire day with prices ranging from $5 to $8 each. Long Trail Brewery is providing guests reusable Eco-bag shopping bags, pint glasses and T-shirts.
8TH ANNUAL NATIONAL HARBOR WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL (SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MAY 2-3, NOON-6:00PM)
168 National Plaza Oxon Hill, MD 20745
WHY IT’S WORTH MENTIONING: This year’s festival will include over 150 International wines, spirits and beers featured along with local and regional favorites. Guests will be able to sample all of the varieties as well as purchase them by the glass and the bottle, on-site at special event only low prices. Special craft beer tasting Bier Garten experience, Whiskey and Bourbon Tasting Experience, three stages of live music and smooth jazz, and so much more.
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@dcbrau @brooklands_finest On March 3rd, we will partner with @dcbrau for a beer dinner. Our chef will prepare three courses that will pair with three beers. No reservation needed, it will be our dinner special for the night. We will have some @dcbrau reps to talk about their delicious brew. Cheers! #beer #BeerDinner #Brookland #BrooklandsFinest #March3 #yum #DCfoodie #DCeats #DC #DrinkTheDistrict #dcBrau
3126 12th Street Northeast
Latest home to DC Brau’s new Brau Pils. A straight forward, light body Pilsner with all the character and aromas DC Brau is famous for, the Brau Pils will be featured on draft.
OLD TOWN POUR HOUSE IN GAITHERSBURG
212 North Ellington Boulevard, Gaithersburg, MD
A restaurant brand helmed by Chicago-based Bottleneck Management, introduces a cutting-edge craft “Pour House” design scheme in its first location outside of the Chicagoland area. The group created a relaxed, sophisticated Downtown Crown craft beer destination in a 7,966 square-foot indoor space and 1,511 square-foot outdoor patio.
1101 K Street Northwest
Enjoy bistro seating and craft beet at chef Robert Wiedmaier’s bold-faced, Belgian-themed style hotspot. Boasting one of the largest patios in the city, seating more than 130, guests can sip on one of the many Europeanbeers from the extensive list, which includes Wiedmaier’s own Belgian double blonde ale, Antigoon.
— District Commons (@DistrictCommons) March 27, 2015
2200 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Guests can savor casual, American fare from the enclosed area and opt for one of the 99 American beers ‘on the wall’ to accompany signatures like chef Jeff Tunks’ Nana Sue’s Meatloaf or daily Raw Bar treats.
— Roofers Union DC (@RoofersUnionDC) February 19, 2015
2446 18th Street Northwest
Boasting one of the best rooftops in DC, the views at Roofers Union are only further enhanced by Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley’s locally-sourced and sustainable menu of classic American fare, as well as the bar program focusing on craft beers and cocktails. They have Avery “5 Monks” Bourbon Barrel Quintupel (12oz) / 19.39% from Colorado and Champion “Killer Kölsch” / 5% from Virginia.