[[{“type”:”media”,”view_mode”:”media_large”,”fid”:”1410″,”attributes”:[{“class”:”media-image”,”typeof”:”foaf:Image”,”style”:””,”width”:”306″,”height”:”396″}]}]]Flying Dog and Jack Rose Dining Saloon are coming together in a big way today, June 29 at 6pm, to bring the DC craft beer community Summer BBQ in the District.

Four Flying Dog drafts will be available: the Single Hop Centennial Imperial IPA, Backyard Ale (Flying Dog’s collaboration with chef Bryan Voltaggio), the Woody Creek White witbier, and Table for Two, a Belgian table beer which is making its debut. The Table for Two is a collaboration with Baltimore’s acclaimed The Brewer’s Art. Drafts of all four of these beers will be $2 off all night long.

In addition to the fine beverages, Jack Rose beer director Brian Kruglak notes, “We will have the rooftop smoke pit running with incredible foods to go with the beer.” I can’t speak to what those foods will be, but I can tell you that the Belgian table beer and the Backyard Ale should pair quite nicely with the smoky richness of the goat-cheese-stuffed-bacon-wrapped-dates.

Be sure to head on over to Jack Rose tonight and have some delicious Flying Dog beers and BBQ! (And don’t mind the construction on 18th Street, the venue is awesome enough to make the snarl worth braving!)