Sunday, April 04, 2010

More good good-beer news for NoVa

2010 is an exciting year in which to be a good-beer fan in northern Virginia.

Mad Fox Brewing Company —a brewpub— is scheduled to open in Falls Church in June.

Pizzeria Paradiso —already operating two good-beer-with-good-pizza restaurants in Washington, D.C.— is opening its third location, in Alexandria, also in June.

Nick Anderson at the Mid-Atlantic Brewing News reports in the April-May issue that Port City Brewing Company is opening in Alexandria, and that Matt Hagerman and Favio Garcia —both formerly of Dominion Brewing Company— will be opening their brewery, 28 North Custom Beer Works, in Ashburn in June.

Not in northern Virginia, but just across the Potomac River, the Brasserie Beck group has announced plans to open a Belgian-style brewpub.

I reported earlier on four other good-beer emporiums slated to open soon in Arlington.

The newest news is really more of a rumor. I've been told, third-person, that a German brewery has plans to open a brewpub in South Arlington. Whether there is more to this story, or whether it is incorrect, I don't know.

But stay tuned. At least for beer, the recession seems to be fast receding.

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