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Beer Is A Business, People

Beer is a business and with that comes responsibilities. Welcome to Stalin’s Russia or Bernie’s America, also known as the Void, home of an inferior product. But you already knew that. Let’s start with the latest controversy in craft beer. That’s right, BABIES IN BARS. No, that’s not very new. Read it ...

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Black Brew Movement: 4 Leaders with a Passion

Black Brew Movement is a collective of four young black professionals who are working to make the metropolitan DC beer community stronger. The founders, Phil Jackson, Simone Cope, Courtney Brown, and Charles Rominiyi, all share a love for craft beer and a passion for driving diversity within the industry through education, events, and exposure. ...

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3 Stars Celebrates 7 Years of Innovative Brewing

DC Beer recently chatted with Dave Coleman, co-founder of 3 Stars Brewing Company, about their upcoming seventh anniversary and the history that led to this milestone. DC Beer: Congratulations on seven years! We know every craft beer fan in the area appreciates what 3 Stars has done for beer in this area, and we all have a favorite. You&r ...

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Best area happy hours for beer lovers

(in my best Troy McClure voice) Greetings fellow beer drinkers, This is Tony Budny. You may remember me from our local beer column, Screaming Into the Void. I am here to tell you about the best local happy hours for people like us, who like to relax in the evenings with a cold one. Craft beer will be the main focus, but I will also inclu ...

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BlackMan Brewing and the Art of Getting Better with Age

Barrett Tillman, founder and leader of BlackMan Brewing in Dallas, Texas, has ambitious goals. “I’m about bringing people together that are very good at what they do,” says Tillman. And so far his beers have been making good on his ambition. Tillman spent some time making cider before working as a head brewer at one of Dal ...

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Heurich Senate Beer, once DC’s

For Washington D.C. craft beer lovers, happy hours at the Heurich House Museum on June 14 felt like a trip to Jurassic Park. Except instead of dinosaurs, the “Brewmaster’s Castle” on Dupont Circle had brought Senate Beer back from the dead. And it tasted refreshing and delicious. Senate Beer sign The golden pilsner ...

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New Releases and Now Available for June 19, 2019

What are the new releases around now? DC Beer brings you the list! True Respite is dropping off ten cases of Beach Drink Strawberry Lemonade Gose on Friday at D’Vines. It’ll be the only place to buy cans in the District. These cans sold out the same day they went on sale at the brewery, and True Respite’s D.C. sales rep, Jo ...

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Mad Fox’s Kellerbier Kolsch

This beer which looks simple is in fact quite complex. This Kolsch has existed in DC since before the Mad Fox Brewing Company existed in Falls Church. Easy drinking, it was born at the Capitol City Brewpub before Cap City became a ghost brewery. The recipe hasn’t changed much in over 20 years which is remarkable as the beer is better than ...

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Loudoun County Welcomes a Packed Beer Week

Loudoun County, Virginia’s third most populous county, is home to more breweries than anywhere else in the state. Running from Dulles, west to Harper’s Ferry and the West Virginia border, Loudoun County has over 30 breweries, among them such DC Beer favorites as Ocelot, Rocket Frog, Vanish, and Solace. If that alone isn’t enou ...

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Patent Brewing & Patent Labs: “Make better beer, make beer better”

Last fall we sat down with Matt Humbard, one of the co-owners and co-founders of Patent Beer, which hopes to open in Prince Georges County later in 2019. In that interview we discussed Patent’s unusual business model: they will be buying wort from other breweries and then fermenting and hopping and blending on-site. That location is still ...

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