Architect and author Neil Ginty talks about some of his favorite breweries that give you a front row seat to the brewing process.Read More
Visiting Washington, D.C. Breweries
The Washington, D.C. area reaches from the District to Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland. While the area’s brewing scene is fairly new, local brewers, brew pubs, and bars have created a fervent fanbase in just a few short years. People who call the area their home are fiercely proud of the region’s history and locally-made products, including the craft beer.
A Washington, D.C. area brewery is honoring the Navajo Code Talkers, the Marines who played a pivotal role in World War II.Read More
Heavy Seas Pounder Pilsner won the "Best in Show" award in the Brewers Association of Maryland's 2019 Maryland Craft Beer Competition.Read More
On Saturday, August 10 from 12:00-10:00 pm Old Bust Head Brewing Company will celebrate its fifth anniversary at its taproom located in Vint Hill, Virginia.Read More
A closer look at how Washington, D.C. LGBTQ breweries and their allies are vocal supporters of safe spaces and inclusion for the community.Read More
Sports sponsorships are big money, and big beer has the cash to spend. But some craft brewers are getting promoted to the big leagues.Read More
Explore U.S. Beer History in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. is a city where you can soak up the nation’s history, and that includes the role beer plays in the U.S. The American Brewing History Initiative at the American Museum of National History was created to build an archive for telling the ever-unfolding story of beer’s importance in the nation’s history. The initiative will also highlight how craft beer and independent brewers and homebrewers have played a large role in that story since the 1960s. The Brewers Association, publisher of CraftBeer.com, is the lead sponsor of the American Brewing History Initiative.
From the Mid-Atlantic to the Arizona desert, the seeds of beer agriculture are growing, putting craft beer at the center of the “going local” movement that extends far beyond the breweries themselves.Read More
Like-minded Baltimore businesses, anchored by Union Craft Brewing, have come together to open Union Collective, a new model that focuses on local.Read More
Each year, SAVOR attendees go home with a limited-release collaboration beer. The story behind SAVOR 2018’s collaboration beer started with a friendship between two breweries.Read More
Find Craft Beer and Breweries in Washington
If you are planning to visit and explore the Washington, D.C. craft beer scene, make our CraftBeer.com Brewery Finder your go-to online search tool. As more brew pubs and breweries open in the area, it can be hard to stay up to date with all of them. Our interactive map is continually updated, making sure the newest craft breweries are easy to find. If you are always looking for new spots, let our powerful brewery search engine locate the Washington, D.C. beers and brew pubs that pique your interest.
D.C. Area Craft Beer News
There are many exciting things going on with Washington, D.C. craft beer and breweries across the area. D.C. brewery tours pop up every now and then, so make sure to keep an eye out. Knowing the latest happenings with brew pubs will help you plan your trip, so continue to visit CraftBeer.com for updates on Washington, D.C. beer and brewery news across the Mid-Atlantic region.