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To fully experience Brewer’s Art, bypass the buzzy upstairs bar and fireplace (and a quaint dining room) and head to a catacomb of strangers rubbing up against each other. It’s otherworldly on this the lower level -- all fueled by eight top-notch house-brewed beers that clock in at $6 a pint. The fact that the massive edifice dates back to 1903 (when it was a baller’s private home) means they have space to brew right on site. There are six house-cocktails, too, but why bother when the beers are as tasty as Resurrection, an Abbey-style brown ale, or Wuyi ale, brewed with Lapsang souchong tea.

Washington DC

The Brewer’s Art

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To fully experience Brewer’s Art, bypass the buzzy upstairs bar and fireplace (and a quaint dining room) and head to a catacomb of strangers rubbing up against each other. It’s otherworldly on this the lower level -- all fueled by eight top-notch house-brewed beers that clock in at $6 a pint. The fact that the massive edifice dates back to 1903 (when it was a baller’s private home) means they have space to brew right on site. There are six house-cocktails, too, but why bother when the beers are as tasty as Resurrection, an Abbey-style brown ale, or Wuyi ale, brewed with Lapsang souchong tea.