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Beltway's Taproom Reopens!

Updated: Jul 6, 2021

The wait is finally over! Beltway Taproom is now open for on-site consumption!

After focusing on pick-up and delivery services since the start of the pandemic, Beltway Brewing is now allowing on-site consumption and serving fresh, uniquely crafted brews on draft! We put a lot of time and care into reopening, implementing advanced protocols to reduce the spread of COVID-19 including thorough cleaning and disinfecting, spaced seating, mask requirements, and a plexiglass divider for beer service.

Our newly reopened taproom includes a relaxing and redesigned patio right off the W&OD bike trail and inside seating that gives striking views of the brewhouse. The Beltway experience gives customers a unique, first-hand look inside the brewery and its operations with a laid-back, industrial aesthetic. The taproom will be home to live music, special beer classes, and tasting events!

Our Founder and President, Sten Sellier, is extremely excited about the opportunities reopening has for Beltway. "Last year hit hard for most breweries and Beltway was no exception. We're super appreciative of our fans that supported us through that difficult time while we were only open for takeout and home delivery. We are super excited to share our updated taproom and improved patio experience with everyone this spring. I look forward to seeing both our new and loyal fans in person here and I know they will see how much thought and care we put into crafting our beer and the Beltway experience!"

We will always have ten different beers for you to try at the taproom! Beltway classics like District of Champions and Changing Lanes will always be on tap, and one of our delightful sours from our Abstract Vision series will always be on rotation.

Expanded Taproom Hours Starting May 1st:

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 4pm-9pm

Wednesday: 4pm-9pm

Thursday: 4pm-9pm

Friday: 11:30am-9pm

Saturday: 11:30am-9pm Sunday: 11:30am-7pm

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