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Agnes Chin is the pastry chef at Palena in Cleveland Park.
Gina Chersevani is a mixologist and founding member of the DC Craft Bartenders Guild.
Rob Weland is executive chef at Cork Wine Bar in Logan Circle.
Returning judge Kathryn Bangs, 28, is sommelier at Komi in Dupont Circle.
Greg Kitsock is The Post’s Beer columnist. He is editor of Mid-Atlantic Brewing News.
Seventy year young retired Naval Aviator enjoys a variety of craft beers; his expertise and passion are testified to by the gossip and admiration of the technicians who weekly collect his frequently full recycling container — mostly dark bottles and occasional cans.
His three favorite breweries: Flying Dog; Dogfish Head; New Belgium.
SWF seeking good craft beer, preferably tall, dark, and strong enough to make me lightheaded when we’re together.
Her three favorite beers: Russian River Supplication; Goose Island Bourbon County Stout; Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale.
Before moving back to DC for the ever-increasing craft-brew culture (and a job opportunity), I lived in Portland, Oregon, for two and a half years, where in addition to permanently losing my ability to absorb sunlight, I frequently enjoyed many a craft brew, while attempting to explain sarcasm to the locals.
Her three favorite beers: Ninkasi (Total Domination IPA); Dogfish Head Chicory Stout; tie (sorry sorry) McMenamin Brothers Ruby Ale and Copacetic IPA (Amnesia Brewing Co.).
The only effective role I have in the minority is my co-chairmanship of the Small Brewers Caucus because beer is food and that’s the most bipartisan agreement around Washington, D.C., these days.
His three favorite beers: Ninkasi Tricerahops Double IPA; Brooklyn Brewery Sorachi Ace; Deschutes Black Butte Porter.