D.C. Brewery Releases a Beer to Ease Your Inauguration-Related Pain

Courtesy Bluejacket Brewing

Taking a more positive tack to the inauguration-inspired beer, Bluejacket Brewery, a brewery and restaurant based in Washington, D.C.’s Navy Yard neighborhood, will be releasing “People are People,” a Belgian-style saison “brewed in the spirit of solidarity,” according to Bluejacket.


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Starting Wednesday, January 18, People are People will be available at Bluejacket Brewery along with nine other Neighborhood Restaurant Group locations: Birch & Barley, ChurchKey, Red Apron Union Market, Red Apron Burger Bar, The Partisan, Iron Gate, Hazel, The Sovereign, and EatBar.

The beer, brewed with raw wheat, a generous mix of American, European, and Southern Hemisphere hops and fermented with a blend of farmhouse yeasts, is described by Bluejacket as “bone-dry” with rustic flavors of earth, lemon, and pepper, and having white wine and tangerine aromas.


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Proceeds of People are People’s weekend sales will be donated to the Immigrant Justice Legal Service Grant Program, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that provides legal services to immigrants.

Neighborhood Restaurant Group, which includes Bluejacket Brewery, contains more than 10 restaurants, a wine shop, a bakery, a butcher shop, and a full-service catering business. The group, based in the D.C. area in Alexandria, Virginia, participates in several charitable projects, including Share Our Strength, Capital Area Food Bank, Boys & Girls Club of America, Alexandria Child Fund, Carpenter’s Shelter, and D.C. Central Kitchen.

People are People will be available for $6 per pint beginning Wednesday, January 18 through inauguration weekend. 

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