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Posted at 12:47 PM ET, 09/18/2012

Help the Quarry House Tavern get rid of its beer


The Quarry House Tavern is taking a cue from car dealerships, slashing prices on outstanding beers to make room for new inventory. (Juana Arias for The Post)
The Quarry House Tavern has more beer than it knows what to do with.

“A bunch of backordered stuff all came in at once,” reports general manager Gordon Banks, and now the Quarry House has more kegs of beer than it can comfortably hold in its Silver Spring basement.

The solution? A “fire sale” with excellent microbrews selling for $4 a pint until further notice.

Stillwater Stateside Saison, Weyerbacher Double Simcoe, Flying Dog Single Hop Chinook Imperial IPA, Boulder Beer Hazed and Confused and Sierra Nevada Torpedo are among the first brews to hit the taps, but as they run out, they’ll be replaced by something completely different. When a beer’s gone, it’s gone, though you can probably expect to find something else tasty in its place.

On National Cheeseburger Day, it’s hard to think of a better place to head after work.

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