DC BRAU - Washington DC's First Brewery Since 1956
DC BRAU IN THE MEDIA
  • NoMa Beer Fest Features ALL of DC’s Local Breweries
    July 29, 2013 | Rachel L. Davis | NoMa Business Improvement District
     
  • DC BRAU ANNOUNCES FIRST MARYLAND DISTRIBUTION EXPANSION
    July 10, 2013 | Jake Agger | DC Brau
    WASHINGTON, DC – Starting in mid-July, DC Brau, the fifth fastest-growing craft brewery in America from 2011-2012, will expand its market territory by offering its beers across the "Old Line State, beginning in Montgomery County. Marylanders will now have ample opportunity to enjoy DC Brau beers without having to enter the city limits of Washington or the state of Virginia.

     
  • RECREATION OF HEURICH’S LAGER TO LAUNCH IN AUGUST
    July 8, 2013 | Kimberly Bender | Heurich House Museum
    This August, the Heurich House Museum, DC Brau Brewing Company, and the DC Homebrewers will offer the city a taste of one of the District's most important historic breweries. On August 12, the collaborators will launch Heurich's Lager, a historical recreation of the pre-prohibition beer by the Christian Heurich Brewing Company. That evening, the museum will host a small formal fundraiser and serve Heurich's Lager for the first time. For further details about the event and to purchase tickets, visit: heurichslager.eventbrite.com.

     
  • DC Brau and DC United Start a New Tradition
    July 3, 2013 | Thomas Appel | CraftBeer.com
    Fans of DC United Football Club now have a special beer to enjoy while cheering on their team, thanks to DC Brau Brewing Company and homebrewers in the nation’s capital.

     
  • A new 'tradition' for D.C. brewery, sports team
    June 7, 2013 | Brennan Haselton | WTOP
     
  • Brand the Brew: D.C. United's favorite 13 submissions
    June 6, 2013 | DC United
     
  • Brand the Brew: "The Tradition" DC United & DC Brau Collaboration Ale
    June 6, 2013 | DC United
     
  • 25 Breweries to Watch in 2013
    May 23, 2013 | Ale Sharpton | firstwefeast.com
    Washington D.C.’s beer scene is burgeoning rapidly, and inner-city brewing king D.C. Brau has a lot to do with it. “Washington DC’s first packaging brewery since 1956” was established by owners Brandon Skall and Jeff Hancock in 2009, and the move to cans has helped them expand their reach considerably in the past year. Skall’s invaluable sales know-how and Hancock’s brewing experience (including a stint with Flying Dog) have made major noise throughout the Capital; their award-winning cold ones include the Corruption IPA, The Citizen Belgian-style Ale, and their highest ballot earner, The Public Pale Ale. Having expanded from 5,000 barrels annually to more than 12,000, DC Brau has had no problem getting surrounding states like Maryland and Virginia to join its brew party.

     
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