- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 2, 2016

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

With summer unofficially kicked off last weekend, it’s time to get outside and enjoy a pint or several. Just in time for June, Blue Point Brewing Company will host its “Toasted Tour” at the District’s Yards Park Saturday from 2 p.m to 7 p.m., bringing with them their sudsy wares.

Featuring music, noshes and, of course, the requisite craft beer, Toasted Tour will feature many brews from the good folks of Blue Point of Patchogue, New York, out on Long Island. The brewmasters will bring plenty of suds to go along with their “Lone G’island” attitude, including their year-round Blueberry Ale (perfectly refreshing on a hot summer’s day) and the seasonal Summer Ale.

As you drink, keep your eyes peeled for “Top Chef” winner Jeremy Ford, who will be leading food pairing seminars.

General admission is $5 or, for $25, you can get three beer tokens to start your afternoon off right.

The event will help support the District chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, an organization that fights on behalf of the world’s diminishing ocean environments.

To purchase tickets, go to BluePointToastedTour.com/washington-dc.

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