Bier Garden Girl of August
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Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Studio E Rocks NYC
December 22, 2009 – 10:35 PM | One Comment
Studio E Rocks NYC

Indeed, with such an eclectic way of starting a band, it should be no surprise that the band claims some diverse influences such as classic rock, 70s funk, punk, emo, blues, Brit pop, swing and even traditional Indian music, and many of these influences on Studio E’s debut album gives them an oddly familiar yet difficult to pin sound.

No Stress Holiday Brunch
December 21, 2009 – 10:42 PM | One Comment
No Stress Holiday Brunch

For a really festive feel to the meal, break out some bottles of champagne-style beer. These Bière de Champagne brews are highly carbonated, with delicate flavor and a potent alcohol punch. Try Kasteel Cru, a pale pour with notes of apple and citrus and a crisp champagne taste with a touch of sweetness. An even more complex version of a Bière Brut is Malheur Cuvee Royale which has even more fruitiness (apricots, apples, citrus) and a nice dry finish.

Bar Review: Solly’s U Street Tavern
December 20, 2009 – 12:21 PM | No Comment
Bar Review: Solly’s U Street Tavern

U Street has a reputation for trendiness, which may or may not be deserved. The existence of Solly’s certainly helps to keep that reputation in check. The most unpretentious place in the neighborhood, Solly’s is the dive DC needs. On the surface it has almost no charm, no frills, and little to make it stand out. Again, on U Street, that’s what makes it stand out.

Bar Review: The Lazy Dog Sports Bar and Grill
December 19, 2009 – 10:37 AM | 2 Comments

A requirement for any sports bar is a quality beer list. Lazy Dog serves an assortment of amber, wheat, IPA and pale ale on tap, along with the standard bottled beers (Amstel, Bud, Coors, Heineken, etc.). Select local brews are also available, including New Belgium, Boulder Beer and Avery. If you still can’t figure out what beer to choose, there is always the Beer of the Day option. Choosing the respective Beer of the Day makes it easier on you and your wallet.

Invictus – Rating: A
December 18, 2009 – 10:28 AM | No Comment
Invictus – Rating: A

Sports have a natural ability for being able to rally people behind a common cause. In Invictus, which opened last weekend, that is exactly what Nelson Mandela was counting on.

Bar Reviews: Conor O’Neill’s
December 18, 2009 – 9:42 AM | No Comment

This pub has a variety of beers both draft and bottled. The draft beers are proudly served in imperial pints and include lagers, ales, cider, cream ales and stouts. Drink specials vary by day, aside from the $1 off bar drinks available everyday from 2-7PM.

Phoenix Books Acquires ‘The Single Man’s Guide to Cooking with Beer’
December 17, 2009 – 2:02 PM | No Comment

A new cook book to be published by Phoenix Books, Inc. promises to help single men find their way around the kitchen using a familiar fridge staple: beer.

Reality Law: Canine Justice vs. Hollywood Law
December 16, 2009 – 9:38 AM | No Comment
Reality Law: Canine Justice vs. Hollywood Law

People have always had an interest in law, criminals, and especially the takedowns of the bad guys. John Walsh really kicked off the reality law genre years ago with America’s Most Wanted. The Law and Order franchise have given reality law a shot more recently with their Trial by Jury series. Now we have the well known Dog the Bounty Hunter and Steven Seagal Lawman.