Food & Drink

8 reasons you need to take a DC Brew Bus tour

Published On 03/21/2014 Published On 03/21/2014
DC Brew Bus
All Photos: Laura Hayes
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1. Bluejacket 300 Tingey St SE, Washington, DC 20003 (Navy Yardnear Se)

With 20 beers on draught and another five cask beers, Bluejacket ought to be able to satisfy even the pickiest of your beer-drinking friends. Enjoy some snacks at the bar or save some room and wait until 5:30pm for short ribs or sweet potato gnocchi from Arsenal -- Bluejacket's in-house restaurant.

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2. DC Brau Brewing Company 3178 Bladensburg Rd NE, Washington, 20018

Hit up the brewery at DC Brau and grab a bonus growler fill anytime between 12-4pm to fill up on your favorite suds.

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3. 3 Stars Brewing Company 6400 Chillum Place NW , Washington, DC , DC 20011 (Takoma Park)

Founded by two born and raised DC natives, 3 Star Brewing Company has been recognized for their boundary-pushing brews -- think unconventional flavors like “Nectar of the Bogs,” a cranberry saison, and “The Southern Belle,” the highlight imperial brown ale. It’s a great brewery for beer nerds: not only are tours of the premises available, there’s also an on-site home-brewing shop so enthusiastic drinkers can try their hand at making their own drafts.