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Old Dominion Brewhouse

Not Rated.
Old Dominion BrewhouseOld Dominion Brewhouse
BA SCORE
84
good

23 Ratings
Ratings: 23
Reviews: 21
rAvg: 3.53
pDev: 13.03%
Taps: 20
Bottles: 20
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

1219 9th St NW
Washington, District of Columbia, 20001-4375
United States
phone: (202) 289-8198

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @olddominionbrew

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(Place added by: SwillBilly on 02-05-2007)
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Reviews by scoobybrew:
Photo of scoobybrew
3.73/5  rDev +5.7%

The wife and I stopped here on a recent trip to DC. It's a bit out of the way of the touristy stuff, but it's close to a Metro station so it's easy enough to get to. Walking in, you wouldn't really know the place is an outlet for a craft brewery as BMC posters cover the walls, with their own beer specials being somewhat lost in all the common BMC promotional. It shares space with another sushi cafe and has a very all-too-common sports bar feel to it. The service was outstanding as we were promptly served, beers (and food) came fast. I also chatted a bit with our waiter about craft brewing in general as well. Old Dominion's beer selection was good, with 11 beers available. After having a sampler of 10 of them, I found some to be a little redundant (like two ambers, one slightly hoppier than the other) but nonetheless it's nice to have choices. I had the wings. I was told by our waiter these were highly regarded by the locals. They were average (but done well enough). I don't know if I'd stop in here again. It was not an unpleasant experience, but there just wasn't enough to keep me from going out of my way to go back.

scoobybrew, Jun 23, 2008
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Boone757, Feb 26, 2014
Photo of CuriousMonk
2.65/5  rDev -24.9%

Situated right off the DC convention center. I discovered this brewpub when looking for a sports bar that sported big tvs and quality brews. I thought I found my haven at first when I saw that they were serving up craft beer in large tubes (2 people minimum per tube). Had 15+ beers on tap and good ones too such as from Stone. The owners/hosts were quite pushy and rude which was off-putting. The food selections could be better. The wings and burgers aren't that great. I find myself ordering the susage pasta with peppers which is quite good but is more of a dinner meal for me and doesn't mesh well with most beers IMO. The prices are mid to high range. Definitely stop by for a large helping of craft beer with friends if you happen to be in the area. Otherwise, go else where with better service, food, and character.

CuriousMonk, Feb 23, 2011
Photo of jfmorey
2.75/5  rDev -22.1%

Tried this again out of desperation, was nearby and needed to eat and knew that they would at least have some good beer on tap. However, it is a terrible place to try to enjoy it unless you are a sports fan. There is no direction to look in the place without having two or more flat screens in view. It was a rather quiet Friday night, but I can only imagine how noisy it might get.

The printed draft list did not match what was actually available, so I got a Stone IPA before seeing by the tap handles that there was something I would have preferred, the Lagunitas Little Sumpin'. Tried to get the server to give me a non-chilled glass, but she was not listening.

Ordered a grilled tuna sandwich which had more fish on it than many entree portions but it was slightly overcooked. The salad was big but mostly lettuce. Fine for the price.

Such a waste to have good beer in a place that attracts mainly those that want a Bud, which is not surprising since A-B owns a half interest in ODBC.

jfmorey, Dec 10, 2010
Photo of slander
3.4/5  rDev -3.7%

Dinner done and dealing the pre-SAVOR scene to see, okay, we can go here (you have to actually look at the makeshift map I created yesterday at the place where I should be doing work instead of creating makeshift maps) or here. It's an either or, as both are in a decent proximity to where we be and will end up afterwards, could've gone either way, but I opted for Old Dominion and we set out walking DC again. Turning the corner coming up on it, this smells of sports bar a block away; the nose knows...

Looking at the crappy macro bottle wallpaper trim bordering in the front windows, we nearly bagged it outright, but we're here, so we'll beer, one and out or more, we'll see. Enter through a vestibule lined above with mini Heineken kegs; that must have been a killer night. Yeah!! The bar, strangely sickle shaped sits on the far wall, straight and then curved, laminate topped over Dominion bottle labels all mishmoshed and its base and tracing overhang done in subway tile; seating for about a dozen and a half on backed stools. The barback holds tiered and shelved booze over mirrored panels, hanging glassware, booze machines (Really? A Patron dispenser, really?), beer bongs (Eeeesh!!), yard glasses (I have no response to that), stacked shot glasses (getting too much use to be sure), 5 liter Heineken kegs, bottled Dominion beers, and wines on their sides. Horizontal coolers sit below housing some goods and some bads.

Tile floorings, drop cone martini glass lamps over the bar and cheesy no love drop ceilings with sunken spots throughout otherwise. The walls all plastered with macro neons, trays, posters, banners, cardboard cut outs, framed prints, giant bottle caps, shelved steins, and pieces this and that; except for this kind of cool curved wood tiles with a sunken lighting thing to the rear. Drunken kids group photos up front, from some wild Dos Equis night. Yeah!! A bazillion flatscreens for every game imaginable simultaneously, everywhere and I mean even in the bathroom everywhere. I think the most fucked up thing about this place is the Bell's Banner just off the bar to the rear, 'cause Bell's is way too good for this house. Sectioned seating areas; a pair of raised roundy hightops up front, nearly a dozen and a half tables in a pen just off the bar, about 3 dozen more on the other side of a divider there running to the rear, many of them 2 seaters pushed together in pairs or more, and another dozen+ in the far far room.

Parked at the bar and was commenting mockingly to Phil on the beer bong being filled by the bartender; didn't realize it was for the guy sitting next to me and didn't really care when I did. Enjoy your Shocktop, fucker! All 132 ounces of that bad boy, 'cause that's what you want to commit 8 and a quarter pints of your life to. Surely there's something better on than Shocktop, right? Lemme see. 2 towers of 16 each along the bar, but some of them are dupes. Kind of hard to sort out what's what as the tap list doesn't match what's actually on, but best as I can ascertain, there's nearly a dozen Dominion offerings (Dominion Lager, Ale, Light, Millennium, Victory Amber Ale, Aviator Amber Lager, Summer Ale, Pale Ale, Oak Barrel Stout, Baltic Porter Winter Brew, Root Beer), a half dozen or so other micros (Victory Prima Pils, Smutty Old Brown Dog, Stone IPA & Pale Ale, Redhook IPA, Hook & Ladder Backdraft, Abita Purple Haze), and about a dozen macros & blah imports,

I was kind of I don't know whatted to see the Baltic Porter Winter brew on. Yeahed in that I thought it was one of the best beers I'd had at the Yardley Beer Festival a few months back (although not as good as what I was pouring for EB+B, naturally), but no-noed about encountering a Winter beer in late May. Dealt it anyway, it was a tasty beer, had another, this time the Oak Barrel Stout, and no, do not put my beer in a frosted glass like last time now again, or when I forget to tell you while ordering my next beer, or for anyone else ever again ever. Also a pleasant beer, it had some nice frothy vanillaness to it.

Seems most people here are eating wraps and the like, served with these crazy gigantic potato crinkle cut fries; them bitches is like a whole goddamn potato, they is. And they're generally washing their food down with something poured from a giant beer bong. Really, I can't believe how many of them are out and about the room. People, specifically the asshole sitting next to us but not limited to him, are drunk. "See, this is what happens when you feed people beer bongs". Words of wisdom, Phil, words of whisdom!

Liked the 2 beers I had here, would've liked to have tried more of their wares, maybe something in the way of a sampler, but it's just not conducive to this "tiedhouse meets sports bar and gives up its soul" kind of place. Too much beer bong and buckets of bottled macros specials activity, and not enough brewery representing. There. I said it.

slander, Jul 11, 2009
Photo of timmay41
2.48/5  rDev -29.7%

One of the only beer bars during the Frozen Four weekend that wasn't overrun and crazy. I was in DC for the weekend for a conference.

Entered at 6pm on a Saturday night. Well lit, a good sized bar on the left. The vibe was totally strange from the moment we walked in: no music playing, only a few patrons, and the servers all leaning up against the back wall like vultures.

The beer selection was way off--there was one draft list posted on the wall, another placard on the table, and another list on the food menu. Although there was a Bell's banner up on the wall, our server informed us that Bell's was gone because it "didn't sell." Auspicious right there. There was a Laguinitas IPA tap handle, but when we ordered one the server explained it was out, but that they "just kept the tap there anyway." There were a couple Stone offerings--Pale Ale and IPA--and 6 Old Dominion drafts. The server didn't know his beers and was incredibly socially awkward.

The food was totally fine--I had a tasty cheese steak and my friends said their burgers were good. But the weird vibe, lackluster service, and mediocre draft offerings soured me on this place almost immediately after coming through the door. I won't be back on future visits to DC.

timmay41, Apr 16, 2009
Photo of clayrock81
3.23/5  rDev -8.5%

This isn't a bad place to be, especially if you like sports. They have all the sports packages and I was able to watch a hockey game on satelite. However, we came on a day when they were preparing for a booked party and the server pretty much regarded us an afterthought the entire time. I only had the wings for lunch, but I must admite from a guy who's had a lot wings in his lifetime that they were solid. As far as beer goes they have the Old D line and that's about it. A couple Lagunitas or Stone (can't remember), a DFH...and macros. Not a beer bar but worth checking out if you want some Old D brews and just would also want to catch a game not on regular TV.

clayrock81, Feb 22, 2009
Photo of soupyman10
3.65/5  rDev +3.4%

Visited on a Wednesday night with a group of friends around 6. Fairly empty, despite a fairly good deal with the Happy Hour ($3.99 for a 20 oz glass). Supposedly 32 taps, although they were out of the one that I would have gone for (the Millenium barley wine) and was fairly underwhelmed with the others (although I am a fan of the stout, which I skipped, cause I've had it a few times). Had the solid Baltic Porter and mediocre Aviator Amber. Waiters were hilarious (we had two) if not particularly knowledgeable - no issues with the service. Sort of a strange place in terms of atmosphere - definitely not really brew-pub-ish, but more of the restaurant feel (makes sense, given the shared space with the Mongolian Barbecue next door). Food was alright and fairly cheap for the Happy Hour deal. Overall, not bad, and I'd probably go back again.

soupyman10, Dec 05, 2008
Photo of HamFon
2.95/5  rDev -16.4%

Visited 9 August 2008 (Saturday) at 4PM. Connected to a Mongolian barbecue for food. Neither the waiter nor the bartender spoke English well, and neither knew anything about the beer or food that they were serving. 32 taps. Food was pretty decent (although the Mongolian barbecue was ordered rather than assembled by the customer as other Mongolian barbecue restaurants usually do), but having the servers ignorant about the beer was definitely disappointing. The beers were all above average, with both of the ambers as well as the barleywine standing out as very good. It was necessary to buy two samplers and a pint to sample all of their beer.
BEERS (sampler of 4-6 oz beers for $7.95) - check out www.BuildABeer.org for detailed beer ratings.

HamFon, Aug 18, 2008
Photo of jushoppy2beer
3.45/5  rDev -2.3%

This is a nice spot if you're interested in a sports bar sort of environment. It's a bit loud from boisterous groups of drinking buddies and the sounds that go with cheering for the athletes on the pub's many television screens. The environment is lively and friendly -- great if you're in a party mood but not so great if you want to have an intimate conversation with your dining partner. The selection of beers is quite good, and the brews crafted here are exceptional, diverse, and of high quality. I came for the Dominion microbrewed selections, and chose the pale ale, the Oak Barrel Stout, and the Millennium. All excellent. Some of the younger set (i.e., college age and 20 somethings) were big on drinking cheaper beer in higher volumes from the 130-oz beer towers. Looked fun, but not my favorite mode of enjoying brew. Decent service, though a bit slow. Good basic food, nicely prepared and served. Overall it was a very worthwhile experience. I'm sure I'll visit again on a future trip to DC.

jushoppy2beer, Aug 11, 2008
Photo of Bierguy5
3.7/5  rDev +4.8%

Small sports bar type next to the convention center. A bit of a dark feel in here, with lots of tvs. Decent selection, most of the Dominion brews, but also a few guest taps, and macros. Service was good.

Food was decent, not great. I had a tuna sandwich, and my brother had a burger. Prices were reasonable.

Something about this place just didn't feel right. Maybe it was because it had more than Dominion beers. All the beers we had were served in pilsner glasses, including Oak Barrel Stout. Not sure if it was worth stopping at or not.

Bierguy5, Jul 18, 2008
Photo of macpapi
3.9/5  rDev +10.5%

Visited most recently on June 28.

Old Dominion Brewhouse is a great beer bar/sports bar combo. Although this joining of two different elements may turn off some BA's I think they pull it off quite nicely. First off, if you don't mind being inundated with a host of large screen, plasma, HD tv's broadcasting whatever games are being played (and I do mean every game as they have the baseball package and were able to deliver the Red Sox-Astros game on NESN for us) this is your place. There is a decent-sized bar area at the front left and the rest of the medium sized restaurant is made up of tables for dining/drinking/viewing. Decor is largely made up of sports paraphanalia. It has a pretty good and friendly vibe and seems like a laid-back place to watch a game with a good brew.

Oh yes, the beer. The Dominion Brewhouse hosts a plethora of fine craft offerings in addition to the seemingly obligitory macro crap that sports bars must have, I guess. Fitting its name, they had about 10 Old Dominion beers on draft. About as many as the Dominion Brewpub in Ashburn. Among those beers were the Milenium and Oak Barrel Stout. Most of the offerings were served in a 20 oz. pour for $6. Good price for D.C. Other guest taps included Stone I.P.A. (of which we had a few), Bells Oberon and Porter, Smuttynose Brown, and Widmer's Hefeweizen. There were also the usual Euro macro types, with Spatan Maibock thrown in. The latter was a nice surprise and not readily available anywhere else. All of these beers seemed to come in 20 oz. glasses as well and were reasonably priced. Additional points for pouring them in proper glasses (maibock in maibock glass, i.p.a. in imperial pint glass, barleywine in thinner flute type glass, etc..) In all there were 20-25 taps. Bottles were also available.

Food was bar food, but good. Service was also excellent, at least for us. Our server was very friendly and knew a bit about the beers, or at least was very helpful in explaining differences and price points for each.

In all the Dominion Brewhouse is a fine experience for its beer selection alone. Throw in the great sports atmosphere, and I can think of few better places to enjoy a good game on a Saturday afternoon or evening no matter the season.

Edit 4/14/2010: I've visited Old Dominion recently, and although I'm still pretty impressed with their selection, have decided to change the score due to the relatively high percentage of macro products and run of the mill craft items. There are still a good 10 or so quality offerings out of their 20ish drafts, though.

macpapi, Jul 03, 2008
Photo of bikehorn
3.6/5  rDev +2%

This is a favorite happy hour hang out of mine. It's close to the metro and it's nestled out of the way right at the Convention Center. It's seldom crowded after work, which means the beers just come pretty quickly.

It's an odd atmosphere, and I'm not sure if/when it gets busy. It's quiet, and is a good place to go watch some sports without a bunch of loud-mouths getting in the way of the enjoyment of the sports.

I generally have been during non-busy times, and I've had pretty great service. They have a pretty decent selection of beers with a little something for everyone. Most of their stuff is Dominion, but they do have a number of other beers that aren't. (Their root beer is dern good too.)

Their appetizers are half off for happy hours, but they're not hugely delicious. Be forewarned.

bikehorn, Apr 02, 2008
Photo of alysmith4
3.4/5  rDev -3.7%

This place is a good, solid bet for anyone looking for a nice place to enjoy some good beer and food in the city. The place has every beer on tap that Old Dominion makes, and they serve typical "bar food" to go with it.

And if you're really in the mood, they serve some of their beers in this big shareable contraption that makes drinking a lot of fun. The Old Dominion IPA is a solid choice and the hot wings are amongst the best in the city. This is a place that I would recommend to anyone looking to watch the big game and enjoy some quality beer and good food.

alysmith4, Feb 16, 2008
Photo of david131
4.01/5  rDev +13.6%

I was with a group of people for my girlfriend's birthday and didn't even realize where we were until I looked at the menu- kind of jackass of me, I know. The place was actually kind of dead for a Thursday night, but it was entirely no smoking, so I enjoyed the hell out of that. The beer selection had quite a bit of choices and considering this was my first encounter with Old Dominion beers, I was pretty impressed. I enjoyed the oak barrel stout and the Millenium barley wine. Both were very enjoyable. The glassware was not really right for the styles, but at least the beer was served at a decent temperature. The food looked good, but I did not consume any. The prices seemed about right for the area. The best part was our server, Jamel. He was very polite, timely, and was very helpful when our group had questions. He did not have any problems breaking up the bill into quite a few seperate checks and even told us to get our orders in before happy hour ended. Overall, he left a very good impression on me and is the reason that I will want to return to this place.

david131, Dec 22, 2007
Photo of jslot38
3.73/5  rDev +5.7%

Headed into this place on a Friday evening after grabbing dinner in China Town. Was there with a few friends who enjoy good beer, and a few that will try our stuff and while they like it, will drink just about anything. The place was rather empty, considering it was a friday night. We were there for a few hours, and while I expected it to fill up after the event at the Verizon Center, it just never did. We sat at a table by the bar. The service was iffy at best, and the waiter seemed a bit new to the game.

I and two others started off with the sampler (4 types, probably 4-5 ounces each, $8). I choose my beers, made sure to put in for the Millenium and the Oak Barrell Stout. Both of which tasted very fresh and were easily the best. I continued on to have another Oak Barrell Stout ($5.25 for 16 oz) and Smuttynose Browns. The other guys decided it was time to go for the 133oz Beer Towers. These are pretty cool and add some excitement to the night. And for $30 you get to choose any beer on tap, $25 for bud light or miller lite. So you are looking at like $3.60 for a 16 oz beer of the good stuff, which is less than getting them individually.

There was music playing at all times, and a jukebox to go along with it. There were also T.V.s everywhere, including the bathroom. I didn't mind this as it gave me a chance to watch my celtics destroy another team. Its a sports bar, and excels at that - there were signs everywhere for drink specials during football games. They also run a happy hour, M-F, half price appetizers and $3.25 for 16 oz tap beers, $4.00 for 20 ouncers for 4-7pm.

Other beers on tap included three bell's (oberon, brown, and porter), a southampton (double wit), of course all of the old dominion, smuttynose brown, watchussett blueberry, weidmer hefe, and others. The selection was thus good, and there were some more bottles to go with it. The place manages to act as a good mix between a sports bar where you can order any drink you'd like, food and whatnot, and also a place to grab a nice beer on tap - thus it meshes well for a group that contains people into good beer and those that are not. I know, in general, our group had a great time and will probably visit again if in the area.

jslot38, Dec 10, 2007
Photo of Gavage
3.94/5  rDev +11.6%

This place is on the north side of the Convention Center. Nothing else in this immediate 9th Street area but some crappy and run down looking places, so I guess the real estate here was cheaper than other areas of Wash DC to open up this pub. Some seedy looking people were hanging out on the street around here too. I guess when there is nothing going on in the Convention Center it is dead around here.

But inside the place is a nice sports bar with loads of TVs and plenty of taps. About 6 people were in the place at 7:00 PM which I do not know is normal or not. Two bartenders look bored and happy to see me sit down. The bar could seat about 15 people comfortably. There are plenty of tables off the bar area, and it looks like there was another private room inthe back.

Plenty of taps with a boat load of Old Dominion beers like Lager, Light, Amber, Red, Oak Barrel Stout, and Millineum. Tuppers Hop Pocket Pils & Ale were also available. Some other macro style Euro imports are also here. Bottlewise they have most Old Dominium choices available too. The Oak Barrel Stout and Lager I had on tap were as fresh as you can get.

Service was quick an attentive, but that probably was from the fact no one was in the place. I did not try any food.

When I left at 9:00 PM, some young woman walked up to me on the street asking me to buy her a drink. So beware you may be dealing with some of the local poor folks around here on this block.

Gavage, Aug 27, 2007
Photo of tgbljb
4.45/5  rDev +26.1%

Visited the brewhouse eary on a Saturday afternoon during a day of touring Washington. Little over a block walk from the Metro station, whicj was very convenient. The establishment was virtually empty and we were promptly seated. The waitress soon arrived to take our drink order which was quickly served. At this time our food order was also placed which was served in an appropriate time frame. Since the place was almost empty, the service was great. The food presentation was also above average. My wife and I both ordered wraps, and it was nice that we were able to get a salad instead of fries with our wrap. If you are ever doing a day of touring in DC, this would be a nice place to consider visiting.

tgbljb, Aug 11, 2007
Photo of shivtim
3.75/5  rDev +6.2%

This is a quick block or two from the Mt. Vernon Square metro. The atmosphere is pretty much a sports bar, with several flat screen TVs. The space is rather large, although it's devided into smaller areas. There's 32 on tap, about half of which are of the Bass/Guiness/Heinekin/Amstel Light variety, and the other half are Old Dominion brews (and a couple Tuppers and Red Hook thrown in). Not bad, as there's a good choice between stouts, IPAs, etc. There are great happy hour deals ($3.99 large beers, half price appetizers) on weekdays from 5 to 7 PM. Service was pretty good. Beer is served too cold, but a little bit of waiting for it to warm up cures that.

shivtim, May 12, 2007
Photo of radicalsubversiv
3.53/5  rDev 0%

I'm a big fan of Old Dominon, so I was excited to check this place out when it opened. I've since been there a handful of times, and am a little underwhelmed.

Don't get me wrong -- the beers are great. In particular, getting the Oak Barrel Stout on tap inside the District is a real treat. The issue is the atmosphere. As previously mentioned, the place has way too many large televisions blaring at any given time (including flatscreens above the urinals in the restrooms). Also, the location next to the Convention Center can draw a somewhat irritating crowd of drunken business travelers.

The service is competent, but unremarkable. One annoyance is their insistence on serving everything in frozen pint glasses. Also, the food is overpriced and pretty mediocre.

All in all, it's a good place to watch a game and grab a great local beer, but not a great destination for dinner or even a night out with friends.

radicalsubversiv, Apr 12, 2007
Photo of jjboesen
4.03/5  rDev +14.2%

Old Dominion Brewhouse, which opened a few months ago, is located on the 9th Street side of DC's new convention center - don't be alarmed by the rundown appearance of the area (this is DC, after all). To be honest, this is your average sports bar with the mandatory TVs blasting ESPN 1-24 throughout the generic atmosphere. (DC law says that all bars must have TV, apparently.) In any case, I went for the beer and was not disappointed. ODB offers 14 Old Dominion beers on draught, including: Pale Ale, Irish Red and their Oak Barrel Stout. Old Dominion Brewing Company was recently purchased by Coastal Brewing Company, a partnership between Anheuser-Busch and Fordham, the latter having several available. Also on tap was New River Pale Ale, a Sierra Nevada clone that is contracted by OD. Decent food, such as Buffalo Chicken wrap, great attentive service and reasonable Happy Hour ($2.99 draft) ensure a comfortable, though not necessarily aesthetic, hang-out when in DC. Old Dominion Brewhouse is near the Convention Center Metro (Green/Yellow Line) and Dave Alexander's RFD.

jjboesen, Apr 09, 2007
Photo of SwillBilly
3.6/5  rDev +2%

Stopped by the new Old Dominion Brewhouse as part of the BA bar crawl on Jan. 24th. Located in the north end of the DC convention center on 9th st. Upon entering the bar is located on the left and a decent size room with numerous tables is in the front. Due to the size of our party we were taken to a back room off to the right of the main dining room. Atmosphere is your standard sports bar with plenty of TVs' and memorabilia adorning the walls. The ODB is not owned by the folks at Old Dominion Brewery, similar to the DogFish Head Ale house, however, they do have most of the standard Old Dominion line on draft, Lager, Pale Ale, Aviator Amber, the Tupper's line, New River Pale ale, about 12 OD beers on draft with some of the more popular micros like Sierra Nevada and the such. When we were there Millenium was one of the draft selections and at a very good price. One of the interesting things you can get at the BrewHouse is a Tower of Beer. Basically and long tube with a spigot at the bottom. I think it holds something like 80 oz of beer. We ordered one each of Tuppers Pils and New River. As for food, I can't review since I didn't look at the menu. Overall, a pretty decent addition to that area of DC. Close walking distance to Cap City, Gordon Biersch, RFD and the Chop House.

SwillBilly, Feb 05, 2007
Old Dominion Brewhouse in Washington, DC
84 out of 100 based on 23 ratings.