DC Brau (Washington, D.C.) is canning El Hefe Speaks! The beer, a German Hefeweizen is a perfect warmer weather brew. The first release of this beer found itself on tap and in bombers. It is a collaboration between DC Brau and John Solomon and Chris Frashier, formerly of Old Dominion Brewing. Look for cans in May, 2013
EL HEFE SPEAKS! is a traditionally brewed German-style Hefe. It is fermented around 65°F and hopped with German Tettnang hops. 11 IBUs and 5.3% ABV make this one extremely drinkable.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Summer Seasonal
5.3% ABV, 11 IBUs
Tack on another can from DC Brau (Washington D.C.). The brewery is now shipping their flagship porter in 12 oz cans. Penn Quarter was the first 22oz bomber release, and it’s popularity has grown exponentially since. As the brewery puts it – a semi-regular release.
Availability: 22oz bombers, 12oz cans, Draft.
Arrival: April, 2013 (Cans)
Even more beer for the CBC! DC Brau proudly teams up with Baltimore’s Union Craft Brewing to bring the 4th installment of their Craft Brewer’s Conference 2013 lineup – Yonder Cities. This Farmhouse IPA means more to the two breweries than just another beer.
“Soon after returning from CBC 2011, DC Brau were one of the first breweries we reached out to when we were in our start-up phase and they received us with open arms, offering us great advice and friendship. Like our neighboring cities, our breweries are kindred spirits and we are very proud to have brewed this amazing beer with them. As both breweries continue to grow within our own cities, we look forward to many more exciting partnerships with our beltway brothers.” – Jon Zerivitz of Union Craft Brewing.
Other beers in DC Brau’s CBC lineup include Beggars and Thieves Anti-Imperial Ry Lager collaboration with Devils Backbone and The Brewer’s Art; Taster’s Choice collaboration with SKA Brewing and The Pietastes; and Colliding Hemispheres collaboration with Briess Malts and Hop Union. A draft only preview of Yonder Cities will be available March 16th at DC Brau and then city-wide in Baltimore and DC during CBC 2013.
Upon first sniff there are dominate aromas of citrus, white grapes and grapefruit with light bread and biscut notes. After the first sip we taste a mellow bitterness that only grows as more is consumed…
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: Draft, 12oz cans
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December 21st is looming. Breweries have been releasing a series of brews commemorating the Mayan Apocalypse. This December, DC Brau (Washington D.C.) will begin canning On The Wings of Armaggedon Imperial IPA. A beer like that just doesn’t get tapped. It requires a “ceremony”. Like this one they did at Churchkey in D.C. Oh yeah, and there’s some Metallica too…
DC Brau Brewing Co. (Washington, DC) will be canning On The Wings of Armageddon in December. Perfect for the end of the world right? According to Mayan and Hopi calendars the “transition from one world age to another” will happen on December 21, 2012.
At first glance, it has an orange hue in the glass with a viscus, rocky head that refuses to dissipate. Upon first sniff there are dominate aromas of citrus, white grapes and grapefruit with light bread and biscut notes. After the first sip we taste a mellow bitterness that only grows as more is consumed. Moderately carbonated, deceptively smooth, refreshingly dry and extremely heady for a beer at 9.2% ABV.
Expect these bad boys shortly after the end of days. If we are still here that is…
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: Arrived in September, 2012 in 22oz bombers, Draft
Can Arrival: TBA
DC Brau’s The Citizen Belgian Style Pale Ale. Special edition artwork by Kelly Towles.
The Citizenâ„¢ Belgian Ale is inspired by the timeless Tripel style ales of Belgium. Using a traditional high gravity “Abbey” yeast strain that encourages the production of highly palatable ethanol notes supported by Aromatic and Carapils malts.
Style: Belgian Pale Ale
Availability: 22 oz bombers, Draft. 12 oz cans.
Read more: DC Brau/Kelly Towles Art