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Upcoming DC Beer Week; Cocktail History Lessons

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NAVY YARD—With temperatures back down to "Ah! Summer!" (instead of OMGWhereisSNOW), tomorrow is the day to call out sick to for this month's Truckeroo. With more than twenty food trucks, live music and daytime drinking (at nearby Das Bullpen) it's our dorky, foodie version of the Summer of Love. [EaterWire]

TENLEYTOWN—Don't feel bad about America's credit rating, take advantage instead. DCist reports that the days after the Dow Jones Industrial Average loses 500 points or more, Z-Burger will offer free burgers for customers that say say "Z-BEARger." [DCist]

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS—Because the District just landed its first brewery in 50 years, Meridian Pint looks elsewhere in the country to celebrate D.C. Beer Week. Monday's ticket-required dinner features Baltimore's Brewer's Art for a 5 course dinner; Wednesday leans on Cleveland's Great Lakes Brewing Company; and Thursday keeps it in the Midwest with Schlafly's from St. Louis. [EaterWire]

ATLAS DISTRICT—Hate beer? Love history? On Monday night Red Palace educates the cocktail lover with a lesson on NoLa greats, including the Ramos Fizz, the Sazerac and the Vieux Carre. The $25 fee includes three cocktails. [Frozen Tropics]

[Photo: Judd L./Yelp]

Meridian Pint

6035 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, Virginia 22205 703-300-9655 Visit Website

3400 11th St NW, Washington DC

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