Washington, DC -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2016 -- City Tap House Penn Quarter, a gastropub located in Washington, DC, is pleased to announce their 2016 National Beer Day event. All day on Thursday, April 7, City Tap House Penn Quarter will celebrate beer by turning their taps over to Brooklyn Brewery.
This famous Washington DC craft beer will have their draft lines filled with Brooklyn Brewery's BCS 2012, Monster 2011 & 2012, Fire & Ice, Hammarby, Ridgy Didgy, Wild Horse Porter, I Wanna Rye It, Red Sumac Wit, and Lord Sorachi. What's more, City Tap House Penn Quarter will also be featuring a limited release of Improved Old Fashioned, a barrel-aged rye ale with bitters and botanicals.
Beer connoisseurs should be sure to check out City Tap House Penn Quarter's Beverage Director, David Donaldson, and Chuck Bassford, Brooklyn Brewery's DC, MD, and VA Territory Manager, on "Let's Talk Live," on April 7, at 10:00 AM. To learn more about City Tap House Penn Quarter's National Beer Day event, please call them at 202-644-9433, or email email@example.com.
In addition to announcing their 2016 National Beer Day event, City Tap House Penn Quarter would also like to let everyone know that they are now booking parties and events this spring. Some of the parties and events that the restaurant can play host to include wedding rehearsals, birthday parties, corporate happy hours, and bachelor/bachelorette parties. Parties can be any size, and those who have upwards of 300 people in mind to attend, should certainly feel free to reach out to City Tap House Penn Quarter at any time.
City Tap House Penn Quarter serves brunch, lunch, and dinner. Items on their dinner menu consist of brick oven pizzas, seafood, and salads. In all, City Tap House Penn Quarter always has something going for their guests, and those who would like to find out what, or view their menus, can visit their website, http://www.citytaphousedc.com, or follow them on Facebook.
About City Tap House Penn Quarter
City Tap House Penn Quarter is located in the thriving Chinatown section of downtown Washington, D.C. Boasting one of the area's largest selections of microbrew line-ups, the restaurant has quickly become an attraction for beer connoisseurs. It is centrally located near the Verizon Center sports complex and the world-famous Smithsonian American Art Museum. Ideal for late night and weekend entertainment, City Tap House Penn Quarter offers daily drink and food specials along with full-service patio dining.
For more information, please visit http://www.citytaphousedc.com.