Tuesday, December 7, 2010



Citizen - Russ Phillips
Corruption - Rob Shortley

Runners Up -

Citizen -

Rebekah Bina - Woodrow Wilson (who vetoed The Volstead Act) is the only president to live in Washington, DC after his terms in office. You can tour his former home, the Woodrow Wilson House Museum, located near Dupont Circle.

Mike Stein - Cali has it. Colorado too. But DC don’t. What is it? Good beer in a can and a Senatorial vote in-hand. Then Brau came round (see can
in-hand) still Citizens’ don’t count. What’s that about?

Corruption -

Bradley Walp - James Traficant, the last member of Congress to be expelled for corruption, would frequently end his speeches with “Beam me up!”

Celia Wells - In 1974, Rep. Wilbur Mills' career ended when he was stopped for drunk driving with with exotic dancer Fanny Fox who attempted to flee by swimming the Tidal Basin.

Friday, December 3, 2010


DC Brau Can Contest!

Ok everyone! This is going to be the best contest yet! We need your help big time. We are super busy right now with our build out but we also need to get our last two labels submitted for TTB approval. The labels are almost done, we are only missing one section: THE FACTS.

We need one “Corruption” and one “Citizen” Fact. Here are the rules:

1) You must be 21 years of age

2) The fact must relate to one of the two topics

3) The fact must be written exactly how you would like to see it on the can

4) Must be no more than 160 Characters

5) Must be submitted to cancontest@dcbrau.com by no later than Monday the 6th of December

6) Do not post your fact on the facebook page or it will be disqualified

What will you win? If we pick your fact you will get to choose any piece of DCBrau clothing you desire as well as a private guided tour of the brewery before we are open to the public.

That’s it folks, have at it!

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