You have friends, family or co-workers in town who haven’t been to DC since their 8th grade field trip back in the day. Sure you have to hit a few museums, take a tour of the Capitol, and walk the monuments at night, but how do you show them your DC? How about taking a brewery tour?
By the end of 2018, the District of Columbia will be home to no fewer than 10 production brewing companies, not to mention brewpubs and our industry friends across the river in VA or across the boundary line in MD. As most of you know, we offer free tours on Saturdays at the brewery between 1pm and 4pm, barring a special event or unforeseen closure. But if you’re looking to hit a few spots in a single afternoon or want to get a peek behind the tanks on a weekday, we highly recommend signing up for one of City Brew Tours packages.
According to City Brew Tours’ website:
Since our first brew tour in 2008, our goal has been to introduce as many people as we can to art of craft brewing and the culture and history surrounding it. With those things in mind, we have curated the ultimate beer experience that educates guests about the ingredients in beer, the brewing process, and new styles while introducing them to the craft brewing community in a city, without having to worry about the driving. To find out more, visit their website at www.citybrewtours.com/dc.