DC Beer February 2023 Beer Share


Sunday, February 26, 2023
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm ET


Hellbender Brewing Co.
5788 2nd St NE
Washington, DC 20011

Our monthly beer share is next Sunday! YAY!

If you didn't catch our February newsletter, or it just slipped through the cracks, no worries. We wanted to send a friendly reminder to reserve your spot before space and time run out.

It's really freaking cool that Hellbender is hosting our Febrewary
beer share, so don't miss out. If you can't make it, we'll see you in
March (location TBD).

In order to give the host an accurate headcount and to assure we have enough room, we ask that you RSVP. We always say the more the merrier, but if everyone just shows up without letting us know first, we may have to turn folks away due to space constraints.

We know you all understand, so we won't keep blabbing about it. SOOO...if you are planning on attending the share at Hellbender on Sunday, February 26th, RSVP here👇.

If you'd like to stay in the loop on more than just the DC Beer monthly shares, make sure you sign up for our newsletter for a curated recap of all the month's DC brew news and a sneak-peek of upcoming events.

Beer Share Rules:

  • DO NOT drink and drive. Take Metro or have someone else drive.
  • If you are sick, stay home. Join us at the next share!
  • Be good to everyone. DC Beer reserves the right to eject anyone who
    treats others disrespectfully.
  • Everyone should bring beer to share, but please bring only as much as
    you think you'll drink.
    This ensures none will go to waste, and the
    host isn't left with a ton of leftover beer.
  • To thank our ever-so-kind brewery host, we STRONGLY encourage
    attendees to purchase food from the food vendor and pints or to-go
    cans from the brewery.
    To keep this a free event, we must provide
    proper compensation and support in other ways.
  • There will be a Beer Swap table, so you may bring extra beer to trade,
    swap, or give away!
  • Attendees waive any liability on the part of DC Beer, the host, or
    Junto Media LLC
    ; and otherwise hold them blameless for any accidents,
    injuries, or harm that may occur during the travel to and from the
    Beer Share, as well as during time spent at the Beer Share.

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