How does self-pour work?

To begin pouring, guests open a tab at our check-in desk using a credit or debit card and after showing an I.D. They then receive a pour card that is linked to their tab, that will keep track of what they have poured. Guests then insert the card into the card reader below any of the taps to begin pouring. Guests can pour a few ounces or a full glass of their favorite drink.

Do you have a normal bar?

No, we are Washington D.C.’s first 100% self-pour taphouse. Our self-pour beer wall has 99 self-pour taps, for you to pour your favorite beer, wine, seltzer, cider or pre-mixed cocktail.

Do you serve food?

Yes, we have a full kitchen that offers brick-oven pizzas along with shareable plates.

Do you only have beer?

We have 99 self-pour taps of beer, wine, seltzer, cider and pre-mixed cocktails. About 70% of our taps are beer and the rest of the taps are wine, cider, seltzer and pre-mixed cocktails. See what’s on tap.

Do you sell drinks to go?

Yes, we have growlers available for you take your favorite beer home and to go cups for our cocktails.

Is there a limit on how many drinks you can try?

No, you can try as little or as many as you want. You will have to check back in with our staff to have your card reauthorized once you’ve poured the equivalent of two beers. This is our way to enforce over serving.

Do you have happy hour?

Yes! Sunday thru Friday 4pm – 7pm and Saturdays 2pm – 8pm.

How often do you change your beers?

Our list of beers is constantly changing. Once a keg runs out, we will replace it with something new. Check our current list of beers here. Or subscribe to our email to see what new beers are in.

Are kids allowed?

Kids are allowed. You must be 21+ years old to pour and drink any of our taps. Anyone under the age of 21 is not permitted after 8 PM on Friday and Saturday nights.

Do you take reservations?

We currently do not.

Do you offer Gift Cards?

Yes! Gift vouchers can be purchased online or in-person. Give a Gift.

Do you host events?

Yes, if you are interested in hosting your next event or party with us. Contact us here.

In response to Initiative-82

In response to Initiative-82, and the phasing out of tipped minimum wage, a 20% service charge will be added to your check. This service charge will help us pay the wages and benefits of our hourly staff.

This fee is not a tip. Our staff are not tipped hourly workers. This service charge will be added to all checks and go directly to paying higher wages and benefits for our hourly employees.

We still encourage leaving a smaller tip in recognition of exceptional service. Any gratuity left is distributed evenly among our hosts, servers, tap tenders, and hourly support staff. We thank you for your support!