New beer will benefit National Harbor restaurant workers

Rising Tides is available at restaurants at National Harbor in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy National Harbor)

Wholesale distributor OtherSide Beverage and Alexandria, Virginia-based Aslin Beer Co. have collaborated on a new beer called Rising Tides Raise All for National Harbor, a beer National Harbor hopes will attract more diners and benefit restaurant workers.

Rising Tides is now available exclusively at restaurants at National Harbor in Maryland’s Prince George’s County. It is offered on draft and in cans, including four-packs to go.

OtherSide Beverage and National Harbor will donate a portion of the beer sales to staff at participating restaurants.

The beer is an IPA with 5.5% ABV and is described as a “juicy bomb.” It is a hazy spa brewed with chinook, Citra and mosaic hops. Aslin Beer Co. calls it a dank, easy drinking beer for any weather.

Participating restaurants include:

  • The Brass Tap
  • Sauciety at the Westin
  • Succotash
  • Bond 45
  • Fiorellas
  • Redstone American Grill
  • Public House
  • Brother Jimmy’s
  • The Irish Whisper

It will be available at The Capital Wheel. Donations will be contributed through March 14.

This is usually the first busy month of the year for National Harbor, with Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day weekend, and because it draws tourists to the Cherry Blossom trees there that bloom earlier than the trees on D.C.’s National Mall.

Jeff Clabaugh

Jeff Clabaugh has spent 20 years covering the Washington region's economy and financial markets for WTOP as part of a partnership with the Washington Business Journal, and officially joined the WTOP newsroom staff in January 2016.

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