Alfred Tennyson’s celebrated poem “Locksley Hall” tells us that “in the Spring, a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of love.” With respect to Lord Tennyson, I’ve long been of the mind that in the Spring, a serious drinker’s fancy turns to thoughts of sipping outdoors.
Saturday, April 11th, 2015 will present D.C.-area imbibers the opportunity to do this and put their teeth into some delicious food while piano players duel for their entertainment.
More than 30 beers + more than 50 wines + nearly a dozen food trucks + backyard games and live music = The 2015 Drink The District Cherry Blossom Beer and Wine Festival. Admission starts at $35.00 for guests age 21 and older to come experience unlimited beer and wine tastings as well as full pours of their favorite offerings. Click here to lay your hands on ticket to attend either the afternoon pm session, or the evening 6 to 9 pm gathering.
[Images courtesy of DrinkTheDistrict.com]