Here's Noah's last beer FYI. Tonight is his last Thursday Night Beer Night. Come have a brew and wish him well on his journey to San Francisco. Thanks Noah for the friendship, hard work and tasty beers and cocktails.
By Noah: It has been an absolute pleasure running the beer program and creating Thursday night beer nights at Tryst over the last year. Thank you so much for the support along the way. I know I'm leaving the program in good hands, but I hope you are pleased with the progress we have made.
Brewing has moved forward and spread throughout this country in the past few years like no other time in recent memory. Focus on ingredients and processes has pushed the world's most popular drink in every far reach of our country, to an almost culinary pursuit. We have reaped the rewards at Tryst, choosing offerings tailored to the truths and whimsy we hold dear at our bar. Beer nights on Thursday has been our weekly toast to our fine brews. What started as an opportunity to spread the fun details about a featured beer quickly turned into an opportunity to meet representatives of breweries like Victory in Pennsylvania and New Belgium in Colorado. Last fall, when DC's second brewery was making moves, Tryst hosted the brewers from Chocolate City Beer for their Adams Morgan debut bringing it all full circle.
We've made some more changes to our list, going local with the DC Brau Public Ale in a can, and Alexandria's Lost Rhino Face Plant IPA and Port City Porter on draft. We also switched from the Cornerstone Copper Ale from Chocolate City to their Cerveza Nacional de la Capital on tap, and tonight, one last time, we're gonna raise some pints for a Thursday Beer Night celebrating the best local dark beer--in my mind at least--you can find. It's a Vienna Lager with lots of malts and delightful roast notes. It's creamy and smooth and goes down dangerously fast and it's $4 bucks all night.