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DCBW 2013 Events: Mad Fox Brewing Company

DC Beer Week 2013 returns from August 11-18. 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 for Mad Fox Brewing Company. For more of DCBeer's DCBW coverage, click here.

Tuesday, August 13 at 5:00 PM – The Release of Mad Fox/Smoke & Barrel "The Ambassador" Session IPA – Smoke and Barrel – 2471 18th Street NW
Smoke & Barrel will release its first official collaboration beer, The Ambassador IPA, a session IPA brewed with Mad Fox Brewing Company. The beer will highlight a Mad Fox tap-takeover at Smoke & Barrel on Tuesday August 13, which will feature 11 other selections from the award-winning brewery, including Mad Fox Batch 100, Oaked Leonidas American strong ale, Dingo IPA, Post Meridian Schwarzbier, and the highly-sought Orange Whip IPA. 
The Ambassador is a low-alcohol ale brewed with Australian Galaxy hops and an experimental hop in development called HBC-342, and is based on a homebrew recipe by Smoke & Barrel bartender Erich Streckfuss. Streckfuss, Mad Fox Head Brewer Charlie Buettner and assistant brewers Brian Murphy and Brad Hulewicz then tweaked the recipe slightly. The result is a 4.5%, light-bodied, golden-hued IPA with big hop flavor and aroma.
Full draft list:
  • Defender American Pale Ale Cask with Citra in the Cask
  • The Ambassador IPA
  • Orange Whip IPA
  • Dingo IPA
  • Batch 100
  • Oaked Leonidas
  • Praha Pils
  • Kellerbier Kolsch
  • English Summer Ale
  • Defender American Pale Ale
  • Post Meridian Schwarzbier
  • Broad St. IPA
  • St. Swithens ESB
Thursday, August 15 at 6:00 PM – NoVA Tap Takeover – Poste Modern Brasserie – 555 8th Street NW
Join the Port City and Mad Fox crews at Poste for a night of Northern Virginia's finest. Poste, right outside of Verizon Center, is rocking tap takeovers all DC Beer Week and Thursday is your night to get a taste of NoVa in the District. Come out and enjoy some suds with brewery reps and talk all things beer!
Thursday, August 15 at 6:30 PM – History & Hops featuring Mad Fox Brewing Co. – Heurich House Museum – 1307 New Hampshire Avenue NW
The August session of History & Hops at the Heurich House Museum features Mad Fox Brewing Company from Falls Church, VA. All of Mad Fox's craft beers are brewed on-site in their 15-barrel Premier Stainless brewing system, using the finest ingredients sourced from across the country and internationally as well. At their brewpub, Mad Fox showcases up to ten standard, house-brewed draught beers on tap as well as a rotating selection of seasonal brews in German, English, Belgian and American styles. Heurich House staff and volunteers will provide tours of the Brewmaster's Castle with a focus on its owner and the history of the historic Chr. Heurich Brewing Co. Cost is $30 per person. For more information, visit historyandhopsmadfox.eventbrite.com/
Saturday, August 17 at 8:00 PM – DCBW Flagship: Old Ebbitt Grill's Craft Brewhaha – Old Ebbitt Grill – 675 15th Street NW
Join DC Beer Week in the atrium at DC's landmark Old Ebbitt Grill on Saturday night, August 17 from 8-11pm for a celebration of local craft beer, food, and music. Beer will be provided by a variety of great local breweries, including DC Brau, Heavy Seas, Flying Dog, Evolution, Devil’s Backbone, Starr Hill, Lost Rhino, Port City and Mad Fox, (but not, as of this posting, other DC breweries or brewpubs) along with food from some of the DC area's best restaurants. The 19th Street Band will deliver the music. Tickets – including all the beer, food and music you can handle – are $50 each, and can be purchased in advance here: https://www.eventfarm.com/brewhaha. Also check out the event site for FAQs and a full list of participating restaurants.



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