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    Default Cider & Mead - Yes!

    Rule clarification! I've been asked if having a cider at a cidery or a mead at a meadery would count. They do! What doesn't count is wine at a winery or spirits at a distillery.

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  3. 01-04-2019, 10:56 AM

    I really need to log off the internet and go for a ride.


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    Default Beerneuring #2

    1/4 with fxbooks and Boomer at New District Brewing. I had the 1821 Dark, one of my favorites. Coffee, chocolate and malt goodness in a glass.
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    Default Beerneuring #1

    I stopped at DC Brau today. They have 1/2 priced pints of their flagship beers on Fridays ($2.50/pint). For those impacted by the government shutdown, they're offering 1% off for every day the government's shutdown with a government ID (currently at 14% off, Friday 1/2 off pints excepted).

    Riding on Bladensburg Road can be harrowing, but if you take the Anacostia Tributary Trail and cut through the Town of Calomar Manor, you only have to be on Bladensburg Road for 1/2 a mile. As a bonus, you ride by the historic Bladensburg Dueling Grounds.

    I had the always solid, and a bit piney, Corruption IPA.

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    Bluejacket IPA small pours. Freak Scene is the fave of the batch.

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    #2 - DC Brau Multiball - delicious NE IPA!




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    Default Beerneuring #2 - Maryland Meadworks

    I rode over to Maryland Meadworks after dinner. I was pleasantly surprised to catch part of a fantastic jazz band's set.

    If you rode one of the two longer Cider Ride routes, you passed Maryland Meadworks off Route 1/Rhode Island Avenue in Hyattsville. It's right off the Anacostia Tributary Trail (ATT), so you can avoid Rhode Island Ave. Rumi, who is competing in Freezing Saddles, and her husband Ken run the place. Rumi and Ken have been active in local efforts to complete the 0.6 mile gap between the Trolley Trail and ATT, which is one of WABA's priorities for Prince George's County. If you haven't stopped by, it's definitely worth a visit.

    I had the Bitter Bees. It was tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbehrend View Post
    I rode over to Maryland Meadworks after dinner. I was pleasantly surprised to catch part of a fantastic jazz band's set.

    If you rode one of the two longer Cider Ride routes, you passed Maryland Meadworks off Route 1/Rhode Island Avenue in Hyattsville. It's right off the Anacostia Tributary Trail (ATT), so you can avoid Rhode Island Ave. Rumi, who is competing in Freezing Saddles, and her husband Ken run the place. Rumi and Ken have been active in local efforts to complete the 0.6 mile gap between the Trolley Trail and ATT, which is one of WABA's priorities for Prince George's County. If you haven't stopped by, it's definitely worth a visit.

    I had the Bitter Bees. It was tasty.

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    I didnít know it was Rumiís establishment. Thatís cool. She posted a picture of a Maryland Meadworks jersey on Twitter recently that was really cool. It had a bee with the Maryland flag incorporated.

    Methinks a group beerneuring event to support Rumiís business is in order.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    Methinks a group beerneuring event to support Rumiís business is in order.
    Definitely - lots of stops in the area (Streetcar 82 is a couple of blocks away, and Franklin's a few more) - plus pastries at Shortcake. Something for everyone!

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    Beerneuring #1 - Denizens

    It's close to the house, so my partner and I rode over to Denizens for dinner. I got the Dubplate, which was a very respectable DIpa (but nothing to write home about). I also got the Call Waiting, which was a bourbon barrel-aged Wee-Heavy. The Call Waiting was sweet but robust, more of a sipping desert beer (which usually isn't my style), but I really enjoyed it.

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    Streetcar 82 Brewing Company. If not or the competition I probably wouldnít be here right now, so thanks for the enabling!

    Drinking a SoHyPa - Hazy IPA. Not a great representation of this new NE style tho aside from being hazy. It tastes more like an unfiltered west coast IPA.

    Only a couple of minutes from the start of the NW Branch Trail, so Iíll definitely be back to try out more stuff. Also, it seems to be a deaf-centric brewery, so kudos to them for supporting the deaf community.




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