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  • Address:
    300 Tingey Street SE
    Washington, DC 20003
  • Phone:
    (202) 524-4862

Bluejacket was built to be a brewery without boundaries, allowing Beer Director Greg Engert and Brewmaster Megan Parisi to create beers across the broadest range of styles and flavors possible. At Bluejacket, understanding of and respect for the traditions and techniques of classic brewing coexist with a spirit of constant experimentation, innovation, and collaboration, leading to delicious beers that showcase seasonality, culinary inspiration, and historic interpretation. The space that Bluejacket occupies is as distinctive as the brewery itself. Built in 1919, the building - known as the Boilermaker Shops - was part of the Navy Yards ship and munitions manufacturing complex, and it is one of the few true, industrial buildings remaining in Washington, DC.