Join Us for DC Beer Week
Old Ebbitt Grill's 5th Annual BREWHAHA
675 15th St NW
Washington, DC, 20005
8:00 PM (event ends at 11:00 PM)
Watch & Listen
-DC Brau – DC
-3 Stars – DC
-Right Proper – DC
-Evolution – MD
-Flying Dog – MD
-Jailbreak – MD
-Port City – VA
-Three Notch’d – VA
-Old Ox – VA
-Bell’s – MI
-Salvatore Ferro – Old Ebbitt Grill
-Zach Smith – The Hamilton
-Jeff Eng – Clyde’s Tower Oaks Lodge
-Mike Friedman – Red Hen/All Purpose
-Logan McGear – Smoke & Barrel
-Kyle Bailey – Sixth Engine
-Travis Weiss – Rebellion
-Rob Rubba – Hazel
-Scott Drewno – Chiko
-Anthony Lombardo – Chubby Tomato Pasta Lab
Enjoy Vintage #18
Since 2013, Vintage#18 has become well-known in a very short time as a high energy soul and blues band igniting stages throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. with their engaging live performance and infectious groove.
Built on a framework of uniquely talented and dedicated musicians, the band features the vintage sound of Bill Holter (guitar), the groove is laid by Alex Kuldell (drums) and Mark Chandler (bass), with lead vocals by Robbin Kapsalis, captivating audiences with her soulful voice and infectious live show.
The energy of the band is undeniable and together Vintage#18 delivers hard-driving blues rhythms and soul grooves you can move to. The band has many influences which include Koko Taylor, Ike & Tina Turner and a host of Stax and Chess artists. The band is currently working on their debut album with an expected release in 2015.
What is the BrewHaHa?
The BrewHaHa is a celebration of local craft beer & food.
Each brewery will feature two of their beers and the chef will create a dish that enhances both the beer and the food.
Guests will be able to sample unlimited amounts of these creations in a large cocktail style party in the Atrium of the Old Ebbitt Grill.
When and where is the BrewHaHa?
The party kicks off at 8:00pm on Saturday, August 26th and goes until 11:00pm at Old Ebbitt Grill, 675 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20005.
How do I buy tickets?
Tickets are on sale now. You may purchase them on the Old Ebbitt Grill’s website. Tickets are $75 per person.
When will I get my tickets?
All tickets must be printed at home, The Box Office will be open in case of any issues on the day of the event.
What if I can't make the BrewHaHa or I need to give my ticket to someone else?
You may transfer tickets one of two ways. You may physically give another individual your printed ticket(s) or you may email your ticket confirmation to the new guest.
How do I know if I have tickets? How do I know if my order was confirmed?
All ticket buyers will receive a confirmation email via ticketfly. If you don’t receive an email, please contact ticketfly at (877)-435-9849.
What is included in my ticket?
Your ticket includes entrance in the BrewHaHa and all the beer, food and music you can handle. There will also be some passed hors d'oeuvres available.
Is there a bar open to the guests at the BrewHaHa?
No, there is only beer to be enjoyed. No other liquor will be served or available within the event.
What should I wear?
Whatever makes you feel good. Get all dolled up or come in jeans and a t-shirt. We don’t care as long as you are there.
Is there seating?
Not really. While there are several small cocktail tables throughout the room, the BrewHaHa is a standing room only cocktail party. Besides, you'll be too busy drinking, eating and dancing to sit.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
Not likely as we expect the event to sell out quickly. We are only sell a limited amount of tickets for the event, and when they're gone, they're gone.
Are tickets refundable?
No. Do the Rolling Stones refund your tickets when your babysitter cancels at the last minute? Same rules apply at BrewHaHa. Your tickets are transferable and the details for the transfer are on this site.
Is this a 21 year old and over only event?
Yes, due to the nature of the event no one under the age of 21 years old will be admitted to the BrewHaHa.
Is there parking?
Yes. The Ebbitt offers $12 valet parking. That said, we recommend that you use metro or stay at one of the great hotels around the Ebbitt. The Old Ebbitt Grill encourages safety and asks that you do not drink and drive.