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Port City Brewing‘s weeklong fourth anniversary celebration will have food trucks, marshmallows, a new Belgian-style quadrupel, brunch and even some butt-kicking yoga. They have a slew of events at the brewhouse and at establishments throughout Washington, D.C., so there’s really no good reason not to partake.
PorchDrinking.com gave you the right wine for your summer brews back in June. Now that the leaves are changing and the beers are darkening, we give you the best wine choices based on what beers you love.
Pairings are thanks to Michelle Lim Warner, the co-owner of DCanter, a wine and beer shop on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
“It’s like I was given a new puppy,” my husband says, as he sips his beer, “and then someone takes it away from me.”
The new puppy was a beer …
In Washington, D.C., old collides with new. It’s a city of rows of Georgetown mansions and burgeoning hipster neighborhoods, of traditional politicking and feisty, unfettered eagerness. Last week, the “History and …
(Feature photo courtesy of DCanter)
Beer lovers shouldn’t just drink just any regular glass of wine. House white or red? Nah. PorchDrinking.com readers like to keep it interesting and you do have sophisticated, mature palates. Michelle Lim Warner is the co-owner; along with her husband, Michael; of a wine and beer boutique in Washington, DC, DCanter. She gives us some exciting wines to try this summer based upon nothing less than specific beer styles, just so you know where to start.
PorchDrinking supports the journey toward self-improvement but most importantly, we would like you to enjoy your favorite brews along that road.
In honor of January’s inevitable New Year’s Resolutions, we offer up the Ultimate 6er to pair with the most common personal goals.
You can’t buy your loved one a 6-pack every year. As holiday shopping begins, here are some great beer books from PorchDrinking for the hops aficionado in your life.
(Readers: Feel free to submit a comment below with your other recommendations. This is obviously not an extensive list.)