Tag Archives: Beer

Recap: 2017 Local First Awards

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

Everyone’s a winner

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Inside the new Guinness taproom, opening in Maryland this weekend

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

For the first time since the 1950s, Guinness has its own brewery in the United States, and fresh beer begins flowing from the taps this weekend in Baltimore County. Guinness Open Gate Brewery and Barrel House was announced with much fanfare back in January, promising a “Guinness visitor experience” with a full-scale production brewery, a taproom modeled […]

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Photos: Murder House Party @ Renwick Gallery

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

The best not Halloween, Halloween party

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Yards Brewery and Taproom Is on Track for a November Opening

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Yards Brewing Company has been planning to leave its now-cramped space on Delaware Avenue for a bigger, better facility in Northern Liberties for a while now. And this week, we learned that their new 70,000 square-foot spot at 500 Spring Garden Street, Yards Brewery and Taproom, will open sometime in November — and that James…

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The Absolute Best Brewery Taprooms in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

As recently as five years ago, New York City was a pretty desolate landscape for locally brewed beer. However, a 2014 legislative change legalizing on-premise sales brought a tide of brewery and taproom openings that soon swept over every borough. This is New York, though, and simply making IPAs, setting …

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These neighborhood bars are offering free pizza tastings in October

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

October is National Pizza Month, but the Pabst Brewing Company wants you to forget “contemporary, elevated pizza parlors” and artisan margherita pies. Instead, they’re looking back to those college days when you didn’t need anything more than a frozen pizza and a six-pack of PBR. Through the end of October, Pabst is hosting the “District of Pabst […]

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David Lynch Finally Releases Twin Peaks Beers

Source: Grub Street NY

David Lynch: iconic director, onetime milkshake connoisseur, and, now, craft-brew collaborator. Beer-geek darling Mikkeller announced that it joined forces with Lynch to brew not one but three different Twin Peaks–inspired beers: Log Lady Lager, Red Room Ale, and the excellently named Damn Good Coffee Stout. The beers will …

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Your Best October

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

October may be the best month in D.C. It’s got Halloween, our comedy festival, better weather and playoff baseball. This year features a new, massive development that may be home to D.C.’s best venue. Here are some of our favorite art exhibits, books, shows, albums, parties and more to make October your best month. Before […]

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South Philly SausageFest Returns to West Passyunk

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Whether you call it West Passyunk or Newbold, the neighborhood west of Broad between Washington and Snyder Avenues — East Point Breeze, maybe? — has a strong, emerging, restaurant community. And they’re coming together with a slew of craft breweries to raise funds for a neighborhood cleaning program with the third annual South Philly SausageFest.…

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The Least Douchey Bars in D.C. – 2017 Edition

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

2017 by Kaylee Dugan, Svetlana Legetic & Brandon Wetherbee, Shout-outs to Shauna, Stephanie and Logan who helped with the 2012 and 2013 lists We ran our first Least Douchey Bars in D.C. list in 2012. It was done in response to COMPLEX’s The 25 Douchiest Bars in DC which we felt was, “For the most […]

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