Stopped in here with the venerable Mr. Travlr for a few pours. Unfortunately the beer cellar was closed, but the staff made some cellar runs for us so we could have access to the full menu. The tap list was pretty nicely diversified, featured some cool local exclusives alongside solid stuff from further afield. The bottle list was pretty great too, though the more eye-catching bottles definitely seemed to be priced so they’d stick around for a while. Overall, a great spot. Certainly the best option in this part of DC.
Went there with my wife, I had 4 samples and she had a cider. Their beer card is enormous, 10 pages with all sorts of bottled beers, and 1 page with their tap selection. We didn’t eat there, but their pizzas looked amazing. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Visited 09-MAY-2014, my birthday:-)
Had starters and pizza. All very delicious.
Accompanied by four tastes of nice brews. I spotted a World Wide Stout and ordered it. They shoved up with a room temperature warm bottle and suggested to ice for a short while. Fantastic brew anyway.
Was there with my family and they all enjoyed the food as well.
solidfunk (384) Washington D.C., Washington DC | April 17, 2014| Updated January 5, 2016
Overall a superior place, though I liked the Dupont Circle location a little better. Great that they have happy hour specials, and $12 flights of 4 tasters. Lots of bottles as well. Usually have a great selection of taps, and a little different from Churchkey. Definitely worth a stop if in the area.
Stopped in for an early dinner after wandering around Georgetown with friends and family. Decent tap selection, good pizza, very nice bottle list and service that was fairly good. Although not a place I would necessarily go to just for the beer, or just for the pizza, the two together make it a pretty good place for some food and a pint or two.
We finished our day in Georgetown here and had some very good pizza, but were a bit let down, having been led to anticipate one of the very best in the United States. It was not quite up there although still tasty. We were there in early July and for those familiar with DC weather, it was terribly hot and humid out there. They had an IPA takeover even on their tap list and frankly, it felt as if even IPAs were not drinkable enough on that day. There were a few good ones, but I was not overly impressed, certainly not to the point where this place feels like a mandatory DC top 5 spot, yet it is, but perhaps more thanks to its bottle list which is indeed a sight. Plenty of rarities in there, including many rare farmhouse ales, but the most exclusive of which are accompanied by consequent price tags. Very family-friendly though and that would be a plus if we’d been the whole family, but not necessarily beer geek heaven.
Dropped in for lunch with my wife and todder son a few weeks back. Very good pizza in an airy, friendly layout. Good looking beer selection both on tap and in bottles. I enjoyed a local IPA. Prices were fair. Definitely worth a stop if you’re in the area and family friendly as well.