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Old 04-28-2010, 08:30 PM   #11
Dec 2006
Chattanooga, TN
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Thanks everyone. I'll keep an eye out for these and see how many I can hit on our trip!

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Old 04-28-2010, 09:00 PM   #12
Aug 2009
Corvallis, OR
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Originally Posted by BuonAnno View Post
I'm so glad you posted this because I'll be taking the train down for my sister's graduation in about two weeks and would love to have a few places to stop.

I was thinking about taking the Red Line out the the DFH Ale House in Gaithersburg if I couldn't find anything in DC.
It's a pretty good place and the happy hour is handy, but it gets jam packed with all the big company's nearby. Food is usually good too. I was just working down there and still have an apt stumbling distance away. The bottle prices are exorbitant though. Bottle of Red & White was like $25, which is ridiculous cause its $13 at a nearby bottle shop. Palo Santo on tap is worth it though.

There's also a brewpub in old Gaithersburg called Growlers which makes some pretty good beers.

I'd hit up ChurchKey in DC, maybe The Brickskeller for beer bars. District ChopHouse and Gordon Biersch are right by to each other.
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