Breweries across the nation want to keep in touch with you via live streams on the Internet. Slake your thirst for social interaction with a web-BEER-nar.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.
While the world around us is changing in new ways, the spirit behind this year’s American Craft Beer Week® is as strong as ever.Read More
Springtime signals the start of the brewery patio season for most of the country. Yet, the Nation’s collective goal of flattening the curve, a phrase used to describe limiting the …Read More
Heavy Seas Beer is excited to announce Joose Cannon: Key Lime Pie IPA.Read More
We’re talking to the leaders behind movements including #IAmCraftBeer movement, the Diverse Beer Writers Initiative, and Beer. Diversity. to examine where they gauge the community is in the push for greater inclusion in craft beer and what we have to look forward to in 2020.Read More
Heavy Seas Beer will soon welcome the 2020 edition of Smooth Sail, an American wheat ale with citrus, available in both six-packs of 12oz cans and on draft.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.
CraftBeer.com—the Brewers Association’s website for beer lovers—released its annual list of Great American Beer Bars, celebrating establishments across all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico.Read More
When beer historians look back at craft beer in 2019, they’ll find a few big themes: competition, independence and celebrating the roots of this incredible craft brewing community.Read More
After WWII, the “Beer Belongs” campaign helped change minds by using well-known artists to redraw how Americans perceived beer.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.