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Capitol City Brewing Company Celebrates 20th Anniversary This Week

Although we’re now in the midst of SAVOR Beer Week, which has brought a bunch of brewers from out of town into our fair city, it turns out that one of the DC area’s longtime beer producers and venues celebrates a milestone this week.

Capitol City Brewing Company will host parties this Tuesday, June 5 and Wednesday, June 6 to celebrate their 20th anniversary. The Tuesday party takes place at the downtown DC location (near Metro Center) from 7-10pm. On Wednesday, the party will move to Shirlington.

From a press release:

As part of this year’s anniversary festivities, Capitol City Brewing Company will host a total of six tapping parties in June, July and August. The downtown DC location will kick off the celebratory tapping party on Tuesday, June 5 and the Shirlington location on Wednesday, June 6 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. unveiling June’s exclusive beer of the month, the Oak Aged Fuel.

The special 20th anniversary beers include:

June – Oak Aged Fuel – The Oak Aged Fuel (9.5% ABV) is Capitol City’s signature Imperial Coffee Stout that has been aged in Jack Daniel’s barrels. Served in a 10 oz. goblet, the Oak Aged Fuel is full bodied with big dark malt flavors and a pleasant coffee aroma that is complimented by the oak and vanilla flavors from the barrel.

July – Rye IPA – Medium to full bodied, the Rye IPA (6.5% ABV) is an American style IPA made with the addition of Rye malt that lends spiciness to the flavor profile.

August – Summer Bock – The Summer Bock (7.5% ABV) is a German style lager with a deep golden color that is lightly hopped. In the tradition of Bock style beers, the alcohol is high but remains a lager with a smooth finish.

Additional 20th anniversary promotions include:
$20 dinner packages
$20 gift card on the 6th visit
20th anniversary shirts and pint glasses available for purchase

We’ll keep you posted on the other tapping parties as we get specific dates. For now, hoist a pint to Capitol City Brewing Company, who have served a whopping 15 million pints of craft beer over the past two decades.

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