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the weekend in beer (10/15 – 10/17)

ALL WEEKEND

Catch the 2nd half of Blue Ridge’s Beer Week
“We’ve been carefully stocking our cellar with a carefully tasted selection of American Craft Beers and we think we’ve finally acquired enough beers (125 bottles & 12 draughts) to make it a party.”
http://www.blueridgerestaurantblog.com/blue-ridge-beer-week-oct-12-16/

FRIDAY

Go Belgian
Blue Ridge
2340 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Friday, October 15 – 6:00pm to close
* Free moules-frites with every specially-priced belgian draught from Ommegang and Southhampton
http://www.blueridgerestaurantblog.com/blue-ridge-beer-week-oct-12-16/

SATURDAY

Make Mine Local
Blue Ridge
2340 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Saturday, October 16 – 4:00pm – close
* Join us for tastings with representatives from various mid-Atlantic brewers including Flying Dog, Heavy Seas, and Hook & Ladder to celebrate craft beer in Glover Park. $25 gets you the Octoberfest Day (and Night) Pass, which includes tickets for both beer and food.
http://www.blueridgerestaurantblog.com/blue-ridge-beer-week-oct-12-16/

Takoma Park’s “Nuclear Free Beerfest”
Saturday, October 16 – 4:00pm – 7:00pm PM
Historic Cady Lee Mansion
7064 Eastern Ave, NW     (two blocks from the Takoma Metro Station)
$35
http://www.takomafoundation.org

SUNDAY

Appreciating the Craft (Industry Day/Night)
Blue Ridge
2340 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Sunday, October 17 – 11:30am – 10:00pm
* Do you serve beer at a bar? Sell beer to restaurants? If so, we want to say thanks! Brew the good stuff at home? bring it in and get some praise (or honest feedback) from 4-6 pm and pick up some big bottles to take home to fill.
With proof of involvement in one of these activities (pay stub, a bottle of homebrew, etc), get half off all beer while enjoying our all-day brunch menu. That’s right. Everything: bottles, draft, you name it.

http://www.blueridgerestaurantblog.com/blue-ridge-beer-week-oct-12-16/

Brasserie Beck Presents an Evening with Dominique Friart
Sunday, October 17 – 7:00pm
* Dominique’s family is the fourth generation owner of St. Feuillien and has been brewing natural top-fermenting beers since 1873. Their beers are some of our favorite at Brasserie Beck and we’re proud to host a four-course dinner with them.
$65 pp (exclusive of tax & gratuity). Call for reservations at 202-408-1717.

http://www.beckdc.com

MENU:
Sea Scallop Terrine
with Smoked Randall Lineback Veal Bacon
St. Feuillien Saison (draft)

Boudin Blanc Encroute
with caramelized salsify
And mustard, pork jus
St. Feuillien Tripel (six liter bottle)

Roasted Maine Monkfish
with Tripe-Aleppo Pepper Stew
St. Feuillien/Green Flash Bière de L’Amitié (draft)

Weakley Orchard Apple Cobbler
with Cinnamon Honey Ice Cream
St. Feuillien Cuvée de Noël (draft)

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