According to Eater these bars serve affordable cold ones all day long. No special hours or promotions “For only a Hamilton, drinkers can get a beer, pay the tax,leave the bartender a decent tip, and still have something left over for another
Bier Baron Tavern
1523 22ND st. nw 20037 (202) 293-1885
With more than 600 beers at this West End bar, there has to be something that won’t break the
bank. And there is. More than a dozen stellar beers on there menu come in at $5.
THE BIG HUNT
1345 Connecticut Ave.,NW 20036 (202) 785-2333
A divey bar for sure, Big Hunt has nine beers on tap, including the Big Hunt Hard Ass IPA out of
Massachussets for $4.50
2711 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 525-8646
Somewhere between Clarendon and Courthouse on Wilson Boulevard lies Galaxy Hut. There are more than two dozen beers on the bar’s menu, and a few run $5.50 for a pint.
GLEN’S GARDEN MARKET
2011 S St., NW 20009 (202) 588-5698
The bar has 8 local beers on tap, and they are always $4 for a pour. The selection changes all the
time, so it’s worth visiting often to taste the new additions.
3125 Mount Pleasant St., NW 20010 (202) 387-8411
One of the dive-iest dive bars in the city for sure.
The Raven is a Mt. Pleasant institution with beers on the cheap.
3718 14th St., NW 20010 (202) 291-5000
Located in North Columbia Heights, the Red Derby is cash only. (There’s an ATM inside.) Beers can be had for as little as $2 with many options in the $3-5 range. And don’t forget a side of fried mac & cheese wedges.
RIGHT PROPER BREWING COMPANY
624 T St., NW 20001 (202) 607-2337
Beer made on site for a 5 spot? Done and done.
One of the newest breweries to the city opened its doors last year and is making waves with its beer
selection, its prices, and its chicken sandwich.
1216 18th St., NW, 20036 (202) 683-9922
Yeah, this is a burger joint, and they just implemented a happy hour. But even when happy
hour isn’t in session, 16oz of the ShakeMeister Ale is only $5.25. Just mind the crowds.
1210 H St NE, 20002 (202) 399-3201
The H Street bocce bar has half a dozen beers for $5 or less and 10 more beers for $1 more. Work up a thirst after a few games of bocce ball. And maybe have some prosecco on tap to celebrate.
WE, THE PIZZA
305 Pennsylvania Ave. SE 20003 (202) 544-40008
Pizza and beer are supposed to go together. And Chef Spike understands that. A 20 oz beer is $5. Or
if a growler is more your speed, that’ll be $16.
JR’S BAR & GRILL
1519 17th St NW 20009 (202) 328-0090
At this beloved gay bar, the beers on draft are about as cheap as they come. $3 for a pint of beer. That’s right, only $3.