May

24

Flying Dog University and Red Apron present a Beast Feast and Butcher Demo at B Side on Saturday, June 10. A beer dinner with a side of education, the night begins with a butcher demonstration by Chef Nathan Anda, followed by a four-course beer dinner showcasing four different cuts of pig. Chef Anda and Flying Dog University Professor Justin Tarnow will discuss the parallels of brewing, local farming and whole animal butchery throughout the night.

Here’s the menu

Butcher Demo + Cocktail Hour:
Culatello, Fiocco, Coppa, Speck
Paired with Brewhouse Rarities Honey Paloma Ale

Course 1:
Pork Collar with Shaved Fennel, Fennel Mostarda, Pea Shoots, Pistachios
Paired with Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout

Course 2:
Pork Loin with Berbere Spice, Sunchokes, Peaches, Sunflower Honey
Paired with Bloodline Blood Orange Ale

Course 3:
Pork Belly with Tarbais Beans, Tomatoes, Basil, Olives
Paired with St. EADman Abbey Ale

Course 4:
Pork Leg with Charred Rapini, Pearl Onions, Preserved Long Hots, Aged Provolone Fondue
Paired with Gonzo Imperial Porter

Tickets are $60 (not including tax and gratuity) and can be purchased here

May

24

What better venue to discuss the stars than my favorite Doctor Who themed bar, The Way Station! Come sip on delicious pints of Flying Dog and learn some stuff! The fun gets started at 8pm!

May

24

“The Bay” is an event curated by Capital Taste Food Group designed to bring awareness to some of the issues the Chesapeake Bay watershed is facing today. The purpose of this event is to educate guests about the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem and some of the threats it faces today, as well as give them a truly special, unique and memorable dining experience.

The topics to be discussed include what some are calling “the greatest threat the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem has ever faced.” This threat is that of invasive species (Species not native to the Chesapeake) in particular the Blue Catfish. The blue catfish sits at the very top of the food chain in the Chesapeake and are threatening the existence of many native species. The estimated population in the Chesapeake today is upwards of 90 million fish. We will involve key speakers who are well versed on the subject of invasive species in the Chesapeake Bay to offer guests first hand experiences about the threat they cause and how it directly effects all of us that call the Mid-Atlantic USA home.
Another topic that we will focus on is the underutilization of our native seafood in the Chesapeake Bay. We have a relatively untapped treasure chest of delicious seafood right here in the Chesapeake Bay. We will feature many of these species in the meal itself and showcase these fish to guests. We will highlight the fact that in the US we import 90% of the seafood that we eat from foreign nations and we export 70% of the seafood we catch in American waters to foreign nations. If we had more of an appreciation for our local bounties we can reduce the carbon being put into our environment from importing and exporting our seafood, we will have a product that is fresher, caught in a way that is responsible and sustainable, and we can support our local economy.

The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States and the third largest such body of water in the World. It is also home to two of the busiest ports in the United States. This is one of the most important bodies of water in the world and we believe these issues are important to discuss in a public form, showcasing the treasures of the Chesapeake Bay itself.

THE DINNER

Upon arrival guests will be greeted with cold beer from Flying Dog Brewery, who are leaders in community work and supporting the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and refreshing punch. There will be a “cocktail hour” with freshly shucked oysters and seasonal snacks.

Dinner will be slated to begin with guests sitting down at 7:15 pm. The meal itself will be a collaborative effort between some of DC’s talented young chefs. Dishes will be from Mackenzie Kitburi (the Founder of Capital Taste Food Group) Daniel Perron of Whaley’s, James Martin Ball of Jose Andres’ Oyamel, and Ryan Hackney who chef Mackenzie worked with at Robert Weidmeir’s Marcel’s.

The meal will be 4 courses and have multiple dishes per course, each highlighting seafood from the Chesapeake Bay and only local and seasonal produce. Guests will have an option of a cocktail pairing or a non alcoholic “mock-tail” pairing crafted by Raul Torrento, Capital Taste Food Group’s Director of Beverages. The pairing will highlight seasonal produce, as well as invasive plants in the Chesapeake Bay watershed such as watercress.

All of the seafood for the evening will be provided by Congressional Seafood. Congressional is one of the leaders in fighting the issues in the Chesapeake Bay and was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in a piece that spoke about the problems of the Northern Snakehead and what chefs are trying to do to fight the problem of the invasive species. The produce will be provided by the farms at Monroe Street Farmer’s Market. This market is run by Community Foodwork’s. This market is only a couple of blocks away from Mess Hall and we are very excited to be able to support local food systems and the Brookland community.

Because of the hyper seasonal and local nature of the meal being curated on June 23rd we do not have a menu ready for print but we will update all of our channels once one is available.

May

24

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An evening of comedy and booze in the name of ending Alzheimer’s Disease, featuring Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Colin Jost (and more) and hosted by Seth Rogen.

Flying Dog is the exclusive beer for the night and we’ll be serving Snake Dog IPA, Summer Rental Radler, Raging Bitch Belgian IPA, Bloodline Blood Orange Ale and Numero Uno Agave Cerveza.

May

24

Who hasn’t enjoyed some of their best meals while also enjoying some of their favorite beers? Or maybe even created some of their best meals AFTER enjoying a few of their favorite beers catering to those late night cravings…am I right?!?

Well, we are partnering with MaGerk’s Pub in Bel Air, MD to bring this experience directly to you with little or no effort on your part! Just come thirsty and hungry!

Join us on Thursday, June 15th at 9pm for our Late Night Craft Beer Dinner!

Your $55 ticket includes: Your meals, beers, glassware to take home, giveaways, and other fun items!

Menu:
Welcome Beer – Summer Rental Radler with a welcome treat (TBA)
1st course – Snake Dog IPA paired with Egg & Chorizo Breakfast Egg Rolls with Hash Brown Casserole
2nd course – Single Hop Calypso Imperial IPA paired with Chocolate Dusted French Toast Sticks with Peanut Butter Cream, Fresh Fruit, & Berries
3rd Course – Bloodline Blood Orange IPA on Nitro paired with Dorito Encrusted Fried Shrimp Tacos with Pico de Gallo & Cilantro-Lime Sour Cream
4th Course – Fever Dream Mango Habanero IPA paired with Jalapeno, Mango, Bacon, Buffalo Chicken Sliders with Sweet Corn and Bacon Fritters
Dessert Course – Gonzo Imperial Porter paired with Sweet Chili Ice Cream Sundae with Deep Fried 3 Musketeers Bars

You DO NOT want to miss this! Reserve your tickets online today!

May

24

Join us Thursday for a Beer Dinner 5 course meal!

6:30pm arrival and social with welcome beer
7:00pm the first course will be served

The chef has prepared 5 amazing courses to pair with: Family Tree, Summer Rental Radler, Barrel-Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter, Honey Paloma Ale, and Snake Dog IPA.
1st Course – Honey Paloma Ale paired with Brazilian Black Bean Soup
2nd Course – Family Tree paired with Mediterranean Summer Salad with a Mustard Vinagrette
3rd Course – Summer Rental Radler paired with Ham (smoked), Mushroom, Rosemary Tart
4th Course – Snake Dog IPA paired with Coconut Curry
5th Course – Barrel-Aged Gonzo paired with Toffee Banana Cake 

$45 per ticket.
Call ahead for reservations at: (443) 747-4020. You can pay the night of the dinner.
Ticket includes:
5 Course Dinner
5 Beer Pairings
Take home glassware
Other fun giveaways

Be sure to reserve a spot today! Will definitely sell out, and you won’t want to miss this!

May

24

On Saturday, June 3rd, Flying Dog Brewery and the RAMMY nominated team at Sixth Engine will be SAVOR pre-gaming with an incredible menu of beer cocktails, just one block away from the National Building Museum. 
 
Featured beers are set to include, but are not limited to:
Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale
Summer Rental Radler
Brewhouse Rarities Honey Paloma Ale
Bloodline Blood Orange Ale 
 
Follow along on Facebook and use #SavorBeerCocktailsAtSixthEngine for an optimal trolling experience.
 

May

22

Grab your mom’s checkbook an join us Wednesday, June 7th for our launch party showcasing our partnership with Bustin’ Boards, and the unveiling of our collaboration, the Flying Dog 33″ Modela. We’ll have boards for sale beginning at 8 pm and if you are there early, join us on the new patio, a spot that makes us think the world is going to be alright, even if it’s just while we drink this beer.

We’re also raffling off one board to support Each 1 / Reach 1, a community skate Initiative from Bustin’ Boards that encourages riders to donate unused boards to those in need and Bustin’ will kick back a 30%-off coupon code good for anything on their site. You can hear more about the initiative and Bustin’s history on the latest episode of our community-partners podcast, Head Retention Radio.

May

22

For the first time ever, join us at Flying Dog Brewery to eat crabs, drink Dead Rise out of cans, and taste our brewery only DOUBLE Dead Rise. 

All you can crabs, beers, lawn games, and live music on Saturday, August 24th.

General Admission includes all you can eat, beers, Dead Rise sticker, Dead Rise mallets, and live music from 4-7pm on the lawn.

VIP Access Includes everything above PLUS and extra hour till 8 pm. Includes exclusive access to the tasting room and patio, and the ever coveted indoor plumbing. Dead Rise merchandise package valued at $60 retail included with each ticket as well as a limited edition Double Dead Rise crowler to take home. Only 50 tickets available!!!

BUY EARLY – SAVE MORE!
General Admission Tickets from May 22nd – June 5th: $65 (Limited amount available!)
VIP Access Tickets from May 22nd – June 5th: $90 (Limited amount available!)

Snooze and lose 3 Subway footlongs
General Admission Tickets starting June 6th: $80
VIP Access Tickets starting June 6th: $105

May

22

It’s your weekly Local Brews & Beats event featuring Flying Dog draft as well as live music, beer tasting, and giveaways from yours truly out on the Hard Rock Cafe dock bar. Long live rock and roll.