Posted at 11:32 AM ET, 09/26/2012

Boundary Stone marks its first birthday with deals on local beer and whiskey

Boundary Stone, shown in this November 2011 photo, is celebrating its first birthday with an all-night happy hour. (Photo by Astrid Riecken for The Washington Post)
Boundary Stone is celebrating its first year in Bloomingdale with all-day and all-night specials, beginning at noon Wednesday.

The friendly and frequently packed neighborhood hangout is offering half-price wings and a slew of discounted local libations, including $4 DC Brau and Flying Dog drafts, $3 DC Brau cans, and $5 Catoctin Creek Rye Whiskey.

The featured drink will be a special one-time-only DC Brau beer called A Stone’s Throw. It’s a version of Brau’s popular Citizen Pale Ale made with fresh verbena from Boundary Stone’s herb garden and hopped with whole Cascade hops.

Deals run until 2 a.m., but we’d expect it to be a madhouse after 7 p.m. Get there on the early side to get a seat and punch a few tunes into one of D.C.’s best jukeboxes.

(Boundary Stone isn’t the only bar celebrating its first birthday this week: Smoke and Barrel is throwing its own party with discounted food and drinks on Thursday night.)

By  |  11:32 AM ET, 09/26/2012

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