Tag Archives: Port City Brewing Co.

BeltwayLand brewing update: DC Brau 5th fastest growing; Atlas debuts

First off, it needs to cool down for me to get in the mood for Oktoberfest/Märzen beers – Port City Brewing Co. has one that I’m eager to try. DC Brau grew 195%, fifth fatest in the nation according to The Street. They are now producing about 5,000 barrels annually. h/t Joe Riley Port City

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Good problem to have – keeping up with the DC/NOVA brewery growth is difficult

Keeping up with the explosive growth of craft brewing in the greater Washington D.C. region is getting hard. Here is my attempt to summarize what’s going on: NOVA The Craft Beer Craze Continues: 8 Breweries Opening in NoVA within a Year – Northern Virginia Magazine Explosion of beer breweries and brew pubs continues in Northern

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Port City Brewing Co. doubling beer production

Booming sales prompts Port City Brewing’s expansion – The Alexandria Times Good news for beer drinkers, particularly those that like the hoppy stuff, my hometown brewery Port City is going to expand for a second time: Owner Bill Butcher, a native of the city, is waiting for a trio of 120 barrel tanks to finish

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Derecho Common: Well played Port City Brewing

Local beermaker brews derecho-inspired beverage – WTOP My “hometown brewery,” Alexandria’s Port City Brewing Co. was without power following the June 29 derecho. They were apparently able to get by with minimal losses, but one batch was interrupted. He says one batch of lager beer – roughly 120 kegs worth – fermented differently than the

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