Church Hall, and its sister restaurant Franklin Hall, are relative newcomers to the District’s beer scene, but both have quickly made names for themselves, partnering with local breweries for a variety of events. On Monday, September 9th, Church Hall joins the DC Beer Week fun by taping a keg from a localish brewery we don’t see enough of around here: Peabody Heights, which will bring their farmhouse IPA to Georgetown. 

Peabody Heights’ brewery is in the Waverly neighborhood of Baltimore, and they are perhaps best known around these parts for the whimsical can art on their session IPA, Mr. Trash Wheel’s Lost Python Ale. They served as an incubator and contract brewery for brands like Raven Beer and Full Tilt, and now for Old Oriole Park and Public Works. 

Peabody Heights Mr. Trash Wheel’s Lost Python Ale

Kegs from this brewery are hard to come by in DC, and Church Hall has sweetened the pot with trivia at 7pm. IPA not your thing? There’s also $5 pints of Union Blackwing, Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils, and $8 liters of Gansett until 7pm, as well as food specials.