More of a Texas BBA restaurant, the tap list is still great.
All American craft beer taps with normal pints and 4 oz tasters that are anywhere from $2 to $8. A god send if you want to try a bunch of beers.
Food is excellent with BBQ tasting platters and sides such as Jalapeno cheddar grits and sweet potato fries.
Service is quick and the place is clean and kid friendly.
Spent most of my time downstairs, which is more dive bar. Crowded on a Saturday night, barely found a spot for two. Had a big meat platter, which was super tasty but could only finish maybe 1/2. The single sampler was likely enough for two! 30 or so taps with lots of range and some real gems. Service in basement is all bar service, but bartenders were right on the ball and quick to help out. Came back a second night, on a Sunday when we were the only people in the place. They have Sunday night WD and GoT watching parties, would be fun to go back from that. Overall great spot.
Two level restaurant with the downstairs operating more as a seat your self bar and the upstairs more traditional seating. Place had a rustic BBQ joint feel with people really packed in. Service was a bit slow and the table next to us had some issues but overall it was decent. A nice selection of taps that were mainly local. They give you a metric shit ton of food here. Wife and I ordered BBQ for two and barley made it through half. It was delicious though. Prices were good considering the amount of food you got. A good spot overall.
There were interesting taps on today with a few good’uns amongst them from a previous nights Whisky and Beer pairing (yes, whisky barrel aged Impy Stouts). The 4 oz pours were welcomed to try a couple and they were generous pours too. BBQ available alas I didn’t eat this time around. Staff were attentive and clearly knowledgeable about their beer and whisky. I arrived bang on opening time so avoided any potential after work crowd (Friday).
Very cool bar that’s like Churchkey’s little brother, with a slightly smaller tap and bottle list that is no less good proportionately. Beers available in full pours or 4oz samples. Mostly a whiskey bar with an incredible list of bottles. Service here is great as well. Definitely a good place I wish I lived closer to.
Pretty standard BBQ joint in ambiance. Stained wood, a long bar with plenty of bourbon displayed. The tap list was pretty solid, though very expensive. Local beers weren’t in abundance on the menu. Tilquin gueuze was available on draft for a pretty eye-watering price, so I scrolled past. The food’s pretty mediocre, I would eat elsewhere. Overall, maybe worth a look if you’re in the area. Frankly, the prices are so high in DC that you might as well just go to Churchkey.