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 The Bruery to open a new retail store in Washington D.C.

The Bruery Store Washington DC

Placentia, California based The Bruery will open their first east coast location this fall – a retail store based in Washington D.C..

Renowned beers like the barrel-aged Black Tuesday, Mocha Wednesday, and White Chocolate got their start on at their original location on Dunn Way, alongside a series of wild and sour beers. Recently, the “wild” lineup was dubbed Bruery Terreux, and moved to an “all funk” location nearby.

This spring, they (finally) did what they said they would never do – they released India pale ales. Let’s just say they are “bending” their rule by releasing a hoppy lineup as Offshoot Beer Co.

This fall, The Bruery is looking east with their first brick & mortar presence in Washington D.C.

The Union Market District of the nation’s capital is where The Bruery will call home. The store will offer bottles and can sales from all three brands, for take away and on-site consumption, plus eight taps for growler and crowler fills.

Additionally, the store will serve as a pick-up point for Reserve, Preservation, and Hoarders Society members, and online bottle sales.

The first release is slated to be Black Tuesday 2017, which goes on-sale online October 24th.

“The Bruery Store at Union Market District provides a central location for fans along the East Coast to get their hands on all three of our brands under one roof. We’re incredibly excited to put down roots for our first retail store outside of California in the nation’s capital. Such an expansion wouldn’t be possible without the support from our fans across the country.” – founder and CEO, Patrick Rue

The Bruery Store at Union Market District will share 5,000 square feet with a notable retail partner, to be announced soon. The two-story building is located at 513 Morse St. NE was built in 1931 as a small, independent butcher shop, Kramer & Sons.

Fans can expect the new retail store to be open sometime in November 2017.