Join us for pints on the patio. We have socially distanced tables and rotating food trucks out front on our patio, and we always have at least 12 different draft beers to choose from. Maximum group of 6 people allowed per table.
Current Hours (Patio & To-Go)
We currently have Timber Pizza and Dolci Gelati (Italian ice cream & sorbet) serving alongside us every Friday and Saturday during taproom hours. Check our social media to see what other food trucks we have out front.
We now have seating in front of the taproom every Friday-Sunday during regular hours. Customers will be seated at tables with a maximum of 6 people. You can order food (from food truck) or pints (no tasters or flights), and customers will be required to wear a mask when interacting with our staff at the table, or anytime they are not at their table.
Tours are available at 3pm & 5pm every Saturday unless otherwise posted. No reservations necessary. Just listen for the call for tours a couple minutes prior to top of the hour.
Reservations & Special Events
We are happy to host your party or event in our tasting room. Options range from reserving a communal table for groups of 8 or more during normal business hours to renting out the entire tasting room for private events. Contact us at email@example.com for more info.
Want your bar or restaurant staff to learn more about our beer and the brewing process? We can host some or all of your staff for an informative tour and tasting as a part of your staff training or staff outing. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
City Brew Tours
Looking for a tour on a different day or time? Maybe you want a designated driver to visit multiple breweries and distilleries, or need to host a large, corporate event? Then check out City Brew Tours, who run daily tours throughout the city, book private tours and plan large-scale events!
5788 2nd Street Northeast
Washington, DC, 20011
The brewery is conveniently located 5 blocks from the Ft. Totten Metro Stop, which serves the Red, Yellow and Green Lines. When the Red Line is working that is. Take a left out of the station and the next right onto Riggs Road. Take the next left onto 3rd Street and then bear left at the fork onto 2nd Street. The brewery is on the left at the very end of the cul de sac.