It’s self-promotion, at its most shameless.
— Atlas Brew Works (@AtlasBrewWorks) February 19, 2019
Justin was on Yahoo Finance talking about the effects of the Shutdown! Make sure to check it out!!
Highlight: @AtlasBrewWorks Founder Justin Cox describes the government shutdown's impact on the craft beer industry: "Being here in D.C., we're right in the thick of this. And our neighbors are frustrated and getting to the point of anger with this."https://t.co/ObzMOMFjVy pic.twitter.com/1bOLEtoyeP
— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) January 11, 2019
Check out our Owner Justin Cox live talking about the Shutdown’s effect on Craft Breweries and our Precious One Apricot IPA waiting for label approval from the Federal Government.
— Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) January 10, 2019
More Coverage of the Shutdown’s effect on Atlas Brew Works with our Tap Room General Manager Rachel Murray
Check out this great documentary feature Atlas Brew Works and more!!
[VIDEO] Today, thousands of breweries across the country offer a virtually endless variety of beer. But it wasn’t always this way. This documentary short explores the story behind the craft beer renaissance and the importance of well-crafted legislation. https://t.co/C0QHislKzN
— Federalist Society (@FedSoc) January 10, 2019
More Coverage from NBC on the Shutdown’s effect on the release of new beer.
The shutdown closed the agency charged with approving labels for new brews, stopping Atlas Brew Works from releasing a new apricot IPA. "This beer might just have to go down the drain." https://t.co/YNJVYJIqwC
— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) January 9, 2019