Brooklyn-Based Other Half Brewing comes to Ivy City

Other Half Brewing D.C.

Brooklyn-based Other Half Brewing opens it newest location in DC’s Ivy City neighborhood this Saturday, Oct. 17. Housed in the former Pappas Tomato Factory building, Other Half Brewing D.C. is open for weekend curbside pick-up only to start.

Other Half Brewing helps anchor the new Ivy City retail center neighboring the Hecht Warehouse with a 22,000-square foot production facility and taproom, including a 7,500-square foot outdoor patio with covered pavilion and roof deck and 5,000-square foot indoor tasting and taproom. 

Other Half Brewing D.C. will focus on producing its award-winning hazy IPAs, lagers and barrel-aged stouts, as well as special release, limited-edition collaboration beers with eye-catching label art.  Eventually, the D.C. facility will offer 20 lines of Other Half beer on draft, as well as limited collaborations from brewers and vintners from around the country and world.  

“The chance to be part of the vibrant Ivy City community and help anchor the neighborhood is an incredible opportunity for our Other Half team and we look forward to welcoming guests safely to enjoy our beers, first with cans available for curbside pick-up and then in the taproom as soon as it’s safe,” says Matt Monahan, Other Half Brewery CEO and former Washingtonian.  

Founded in 2014 in Brooklyn, NY, Other Half Brewing is rooted in a simple mission: to push the boundaries of beer. Other Half has built a loyal community of fans around its Brooklyn and Finger Lakes taprooms and innovative Pastrytown and Green City festivals. Other Half has developed partnerships with like-minded breweries around the world to innovate and develop out-of-the box opportunities, including All Together beer, for members of the brewing community to come together and consistently create new and exciting beers for the brewery’s national fan base.   

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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