Bars, Breweries Southeast
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Bluejacket is known for its diverse and always rotating lineup of 20 draft beers. Located near Nationals Park and open since 2013, the brewpub—with attached restaurant The Arsenal—has been a key part of the redevelopment of Navy Yard. The space is a showstopper and an attraction in and of itself, which you can check out on an official tour on the weekend. Try one of the core brews, such as Lost Weekend or Forbidden Planet, before venturing into one of the cask ales or any of the latest offerings. You won't find the beers in any stores, so you'll need to get your fix at the brewery, with a limited selection of take home bottles for sale on-site.


Venue name: Bluejacket
Address: 300 Tingey St SE
Washington, DC
Cross street: at 4th St SE
Opening hours: Sun–Thu 11am–1am; Fri, Sat 11am–2am
Transport: Navy Yard Metro
Price: Main courses $13–$21
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This massive brewery down in the Navy Yard provides amazingly interesting beers that are also well executed. It's worth it to go for the flights, you can taste an array of their beers and decide to commit to something after. Grab a bomber while you're there, they're beautifully labeled and the beer is delicious.