Slow Beer Tasting with Beer Activist at District Chophouse

DRINK BEER AND SAVE THE WORLD

Thursday, March 25, 6:30 – 8 p.m.

District Chophouse, The Vault Room
509 7th Street NW,  Washington, DC 20004

Brewer Barrett Lauer presents seven hand-crafted ales with appetizers as beer activist Chris O’Brien discusses how drinking slow beer builds community and a more sustainable world. O’Brien, co-owner of the Seven Bridges Organic Brewing Supply Cooperative and Director of Sustainability at American University, will sign copies of his award-winning book Fermenting Revolution: How to Drink Beer and Save the World and answer all your questions about beer.

Slow Food DC Members: $25

Nonmembers: $28

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4 Responses to Slow Beer Tasting with Beer Activist at District Chophouse

  1. Jim says:

    What is “slow beer”?

    • JohnG says:

      small-batch specialty beers, and/or local brew pubs et. al.

      basically, anything not from a major mega-brewery

  2. HowardR says:

    This sounds like a great event. Will there be a TV nearby showing the NCAA tournament?

  3. DO you travel around the country? If so, any events coming up? It would be great to grab a drink with you!

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