Travel Deals & Discounts in Washington, DCpassed
The bad news is you only have three months to experience the delicious craft spirits of Baltimore and the amazing past and present of D.C. distilling. The good news? The whiskey is legendary. The Whiskey Rebellion came to an end in these two historic towns and recipes that withstood the test of time are still found in these strongholds of American spirits. Sample Maryland Rye which was almost wiped out following Prohibition or visit George Washington’s own distillery for a flash back to the past. Whiskey might still be taxed to this day, but the Mid-Atlantic isn’t bitter.
FREE 1 hour walking tour of Chinatown! Meet us in the lobby of the Pod Hotel Saturdays at 4pm. This multi-sensory experience if fun & interactive, perfect for first time visitors & locals alike!
Tour is complimentary.
A TIP is customary.
Thank your guide for an awesome experience with gratuity, we can't wait to share downtown DC with you!
Government regulation and interference had long term effects on American spirits, disrupting distilling practices throughout the mid-Atlantic. To this day, much of modern-day distilling is influenced by The Whiskey Rebellion and by the Prohibition that followed. The thing that remains? A commitment to delicious liquors distilled in the spirit of rebellion. Try a taster at the four distilleries in this pass, located in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Ivy City, and raise a glass to the history that is alive and well in modern-day DC.
When The Whiskey Rebellion came to a close, distilling continued throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Even George Washington took up the trade, opening his own distillery which still stands to this day. Taste legendary flights in Washington, DC, and enjoy the history that accompanies age-old styles of spirit making. Flights, tasters and tours of historic grounds make these passes the perfect weekend guide, so drink up as you follow along. We’ll pour you a glass.