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DCBW 2014 Events: Boundary Road

DC Beer Week 2014 returns from August 17-24. Although we have day-by-day line-ups posted, it may also be helpful for the #DCBrews community to check out what some players that are going above and beyond will be offering. Here are the events being sponsored by H Street's Boundary Road (414 H Street NE)For more of DCBeer's DCBW coverage, click here.

Wednesday, August 20 – 5:30pm – Sour Beer Dinner: Enjoy a multi-course dinner prepared by Chef Walker & crew paired with sours from Boulevard, Ommegang & Liefmans breweries, including their 2 Jokers, Love Child #4, Liefmans Cuvee Brut, Ommegang Upside Down Brown and perhaps a surprise or two. $55 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Call the restaurant for reservations at 202.450.3265.
 
Wednesday, August 20 – 10:30pm – "Bleed Us Dry" Late Night Happy Hour: Help us drain our taps to prepare for Thursday's DCBW event! All draft beers are $5 after 10:30pm.
 
Thursday, August 21 – 5:30pm – Perennial Beer Tap Takeover: Perennial Artisan Ales is bringing a taste of St. Louis to DC on Thursday night, taking over the taps at Boundary Road. For one night only, we'll be offering a selection of their best beers and some super limited one-off brews from the past year including: Aria, Saison de Lis, Hommel, Hopfentea, The Last Word, and Woodside, plus a magical surprise! No reservations required; all beers available a la carte.
 
Sunday, August 24 – 11am – Hair of the Dog Brunch with Perennial: Tired from a long DC Beer Week? Hungover? You need bacon and beer. Come get right at Boundary Road with a hearty brunch from our kitchen along with some delicious session brews from Hardywood Brewery out of Richmond, including their Float Session IPA, Centennial Wheat, Bohemian Pils, Singel and Virginia Blackberry. No ticket required, all items available a la carte

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