The Beer Issue
How a Homebrewer Resurrected a Classic D.C. Lager
Ale Together Now
The Brewer Collaborations You’ll Want to Try During DC Beer Week
License to Swill
D.C.’s Booze Laws Allow a Way Around the Middleman. Guess Who Isn’t Happy?
Cask and Tell
The Barrel-Aged Revolution
- How to Spend DC Beer Week
What’s slapped on the outside of a bottle or can is often as creative as what’s inside it, but in the D.C. area, many of the best brews are only available on draft. What would a 3 Stars Brewing Company saison look like if it came in glass? And what would you stare at if a Chocolate City IPA was contained in aluminum? Just in case these companies and others ever decide to package their beers in personal sizes, Washington City Paper Creative Director Jandos Rothstein took the liberty of brewing a few designs.
Franklin’s Brewery’s Rubber Chicken Red
Chocolate City Beer’s Big Chair IPA
DC Brau’s Middle Name Danger
3 Stars Brewing Company’s Citra & Lemon Peel Saison
Franklin’s Brewery’s Moo Cow
Designs by Jandos Rothstein