Beer, Wine & Spirits in Lexington Park

Up to 50% Off at Maryland Seafood Festival

Maryland Seafood Festival

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$40 $20

Nearly 50-year-old festival with crab-soup cook-off, celebrity chef demos, local musicians, handmade art, and food from local restaurateurs

59% Off Wine at Crush Kitchen and Slate Wine Bar + Bistro

Crush Kitchen & Winehouse and Slate Wine Bar + Bistro

Multiple Locations

$120 $55

Themed evenings invite guests to sample six different wines, with accompanying cheese and charcuterie

41% Off at Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival

Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival

National Harbor

$49 $29

Unlimited beer tastings in a souvenir mug, plus crab and other eats at waterfront festival

Drink the District Beer Fest – Up to 40% Off Beer Tasting Event

Drink the District Beer Fest

The Block

$50 $30

Afternoon or evening of unlimited tastings of 50+ beers, plus live entertainment and games

40% Off at DC International Beerfest

DC International Beerfest

Dock 5 at Union Market

$50 $30

Summer beer and wine festival features hundreds of local and international breweries along with musical performances and outdoor activities

Up to 55% Off Artist Bar Crawl on July 25th

DC IN Promotions

Lost Society

$20 $10

With a bracelet, patrons enjoy bar specials at art shows held at venues such as Lost Society and Policy

Up to 57% Off Wine or Whiskey Tasting

Custom Wine Tasting

Brentwood - Langdon

$699.99 $299

Skilled wine and whiskey experts bring their best bottles to customers' homes, providing tastings as well as cheese or chocolate pairings

Up to 57% Off a Master Gourmet Wine Seminar

Little Washington Winery

Washington

$80 $39

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Winery with top rankings in Virginia Wine Lover uses seminars to educate attendees on specific wine-related topics

51% Off Wine Club Membership

Virginia Wine Pass

Multiple Locations

$59 $29

Wine club members enjoy discounts on wine tastings, wine purchases, special events, and winery tours

Up to 43% Off All-American Bar Crawl Entry

Project DC Events

Multiple Locations

$15 $9

Revelers equipped with a free mug and adorned in their finest American apparel and free party beads hop from bar to bar in Arlington

Select Local Merchants

Jerry Bailey began homebrewing with friends in 1989, hopeful that the craft would bring fulfillment that his 9-to-5 failed to provide. Fulfillment it brought, along with numerous batches of tasty brew. Bailey couldn’t keep his inventions to himself; he quickly decided to open his own brewhouse as well as distribute his goods to other local establishments.

Today, Bailey proudly stands at the helm of both Old Dominion Brewhouse and Old Dominion Brewing Company. In the pub, chefs add variety to liquid meals with food such as burgers, crab cakes, and thin-crust pizzas while 30 flat-screen televisions keep patrons entertained with sports. The chefs also exhibit flair for Asian cuisine, slicing and rolling sushi and offering create-your-own mongolian stir-fries. At the bar, eight handles remain perpetually reserved for Old Dominion's craft beers, such as the award-winning Baltic porter and the Oak Barrel stout, which is loaded with flavors of vanilla and the color brown.

1219 9th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Port of Leonardtown Winery, a cooperative, crafts its red, white, and dessert wines with grapes sourced from southern Maryland vineyards. Along with private tastings, the winery hosts monthly events to draw in the community, including First Friday celebrations with tastings, local art, and live music held in the tasting room and on the patio. Classes help demystify the process of strolling down the wine aisle, discussing topics such as how to distinguish between various red-wine grapes and how to make educated wine purchases.

23190 Newtowne Neck Rd.
Leonardtown,
MD
US

Since 1948, the Layton family has farmed a parcel of idyllic land that has managed to steadily grow in size over the years. As the farm changed hands through three generations, so did the agriculture—both literally, and figuratively. In 2007, Joe Layton and his clan re-evaluated the operation and decided to take a risk: they would plant wine grapes. Three years later, the winery opened its doors, and the fermented fruits of their labor were proof that the risk was worth it. Situated on 1,800 acres amid the lush rows of grapes, the winery is also home to a tasting room, and visitors are invited to explore the facility during daily tours or enjoy walking trails along the property.

4225 New Bridge Rd
Vienna,
MD
US

St. Michaels Winery began its life in the Historic Old Mill complex, where it kicked off 2005 by introducing five new wines to the world. Shortly after, the awards began to roll in: golds, silvers, and bronzes from the Maryland Governors Cup and the Maryland Winemasters Choice Awards. Today, these industrious vintners offer sips and nibbles on a walk-in basis in their expansive, bright white and blue winery and tasting bar, amply stocked with 20 different varietals.

605 S Talbot St
Saint Michaels,
MD
US

Forty varieties of bourbon and 60 beer draughts flow freely from taps into souvenir glasses, slaking thirsty throats with unlimited sips as guests tear through smoky meat concoctions at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival's tasting stations. Once stuffed with ribs, brisket, and sausage, attendees can retire to the tasting theater to take in a seminar from pit masters and gourmet chefs on preparing fine barbecue or brewing stellar bourbon. Live rock, blues, and bluegrass bands set the airwaves quivering from the main stage with wailing tunes or announcements drawn in barbecue sauce. A cigar tent provides a smoky haven for puffing on fine tobacco products, and big-screen TVs beam the latest sports action directly into eyeballs.

137 National Plaza
Fort Washington,
MD
US

Your ticket grants admission to the festival on Thursday, Sept. 2; Friday, Sept. 3; Saturday, Sept. 4; or Sunday, Sept. 5. Tickets are not valid for Monday, Sept. 6.

201 Waterfront Street
Fort Washington,
MD
US