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To the Poll: Which Regional Brewery Would You Like to See Atop Union Market?

The roof of the buzzy food-and-drink destination is in play. Let your voice be heard.

Who will end up on the roof of Union Market? Photograph courtesy of Flickr user Afagen.

Churned through the food-world rumor mill Thursday morning: the Prince of Petworth-generated gossip that Old Dominion Brewing would be opening a beer garden atop Union Market.

Not a fact, Edens director of culinary strategy Richie Brandenburg told the Washington City Paper’s Young & Hungry blog. Brandenburg added that he has been in talks with breweries about a project—including DC’s own Chocolate City—but that “no deals are in place.”

That got us thinking: What regional brewery would Washingtonians most like to encounter there? So at the risk of being accused of lazy journalism again, we want to hear from you. Is there a beermaker you’d most like to see at the new Northeast foodie mecca? If you don’t see your favorite regional brewery on the list (admittedly not exhaustive), feel free to let us know in the comments.

  • Low Brau

    Low Brau, but then I'm just a bit biased.

  • ihearbeer

    DFH is not MD, they're DE, so let's not go inviting a brewery from 2 states away. (let alone that doesn't need the extra exposure)

  • jessvoelker

    My apologies to the ever-undervalued state of Delaware, which deserves not to be confused with Maryland.

  • ao125

    Go team Brau!

  • Timothy Winters

    Franklins Brewery deserves a list mention way more than Ellicott Mills. That said- DC Brau.

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