New Beer’s Eve with Lost Lagers
April 6 @ 3:00 pm-7:00 pm
Come celebrate your new favorite holiday: New Beers Eve! On April 7th, 1933 beer productions was once again made legal in the US, marking the imminent end of prohibition. Join us with local beer historians in tasting a wide variety of local beers, ciders, and snacks. This is the day to honor your right to pursue happiness and a refreshing cold one. Cheers!
Register early for a reduced ticket price! Ticket prices goes up to $50 on March 22, 2019.
Meet your beer historian: Mike Stein is an educator, brewer, author, and historian. He is the Official Brewery Tour Guide & Historian at DC Brau Brewing Company, Historian for Anxo Cidery, and is a Senior Staff Writer at DCBeer.com. He received his MFA in Creative Nonfiction from George Mason University’s Creative Writing Program. His thesis focused on the history and culture surrounding beer. His research led to the recreation of historic beers in Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. He has collaborated with bluejacket brewery recreating four ales based on the two-centuries old beers of the District’s first brewery, The Washington Brewery at Navy Yard and presented his work at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. He lives in SE Washington, D.C. with wife Sarah, and dogs, Athena and Bock.
Learn more at lostlagers.com.