Not too long ago, our nation’s capital was a world-class beer town without a brewery to call its own.
Not too long ago, our nationâs capital was a world-class beer town without a brewery to call its own. There were brewpubs, yes, but no breweries. All that changed on Tax Day 2011 when DC Brau Brewing Company officially tapped its first keg of beer entirely brewed, packaged and sold within the District of Columbia. Since then, the brewery has crafted award-winning beer that we want to drink, including a diverse line up of lagers, IPAs and the occasional experimental brew. The brewery's tasting room is open Thursday - Sunday evenings for pints, flights, and growler fills, with free public tours available on Saturday afternoons between 1-4pm.