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Happy Hour - Anna at District Winery has launched their new happy hour. Enjoy signature cocktails, rotating daily, select beer and wine, as well as discounted bottles of wine, food items such as mini Duck and Mushroom Toasts, Muhammara, Marinated Olives, Fried Brussels Sprouts and Duck Wings. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. 385 Water Street, SE: 202.484.9210 ( http://districtwinery.com )

Canning Around - Greg Engert, Beer Director and Partner of Neighborhood Restaurant Group, has announced the launch of Bluejacket’s award-winning craft beers in cans. Cans mark a new chapter for the brewery, which will release 100 cases each week, available for purchase exclusively from Bluejacket’s bottle shop every Friday. Lost Weekend, Bluejacket’s popular Citra-Hopped IPA, will be the first cans available. A four-pack of 16-ounce Lost Weekend cans will be priced at ($15), with prices for future release to range from ($12) to ($18.) For more information click here.
Taste of Spring - Drawing from four concepts that hold both literal and abstract values, Columbia Room’s four-course Spring Tasting Room Menu Spectrum offers an interpretation of sound, color, flavor, and time through drink and food. Launching March 13th, guests will be able to experience these concepts brought to life by the Spirited Award-winning team. This menu continues the Columbia Room tradition of challenging guests’ perceptions and expectations about what a cocktail should be. 124 Blagden Alley NW; 202.316.9396 (columbiaroomdc.com)
Spring Mix -  Taqueria del Barrio's lead bartender & beverage manager Chris Martino started pouring new cocktails a little ahead of spring. Inspired from all parts of Latin America, you will see a mix of international spirits and some exciting flavor combinations mixing fresh fruits & spices. He has been experimenting with a number of house-made syrups, creating cocktails such as the La Siesta (Milagro reposado tequila, lime, tamarind syrup and soda), Havana-na-na-na  (Cruzan coconut rum, toasted coconut, passion fruit and lime juice), Her Name is Rio  (Avua cachaça, blueberries, sugar, and lime). You can also enjoy, Margaritas, Tequilas, and Mezcals with their new spring cocktail menu. 821 Upshur Street NW; 202.730.0200 (www.taqueriadelbarrio.com

Tuk Tuk - Erik Bruner Yang and the Maketto team, have created Tuk Tuk which is inspired by the world-renowned lagers of Asia that utilize rice as part of their recipes. It consists of minimal hop flavor and a refreshingly light body coupled with lively carbonation. Tuk Tuk is a private label beer brewed locally by DC Brau Brewing exclusively for Maketto. 1351 H Street, NE; 202.838.9972 (www.maketto1351.com)

Three Little Pigs -  Every Friday in March, The Pig will offer a new Friday special called Three Little Pigs, a flight of oak-aged draft cocktails. The specialty cocktails featured include: 8 Weeks til the Slaughter (The Pig's take on a Manhattan)- Maker's Mark, Bulleit Rye, Aperol, Vya Sweet Vermouth, Oak aged 8 weeks, Spiced Bag Cherry Pigroni (or a Negroni)- Barr Hill Raw Honey Gin, Cynar Liqueur, Vya Sweet Vermouth, Orange Bitters, Oak aged 4 weeks  Swine Boulevard (their Boulevardier)- Redemption Bourbon, Campari, Vya Sweet Vermouth. Oak aged 4 weeks. Every Friday from 12pm-7pm for ($18) 1320 14th Street, NW; 202.290.2821 (www.thepiddc.com)

Spring Whiskey -  In honor of Irish-American Heritage Month, Whiskey Charlie will be featuring nine Irish Whiskeys throughout the month of March, including Knappogue Castle 12, Powers Signature Single Pot Still, Jameson Blender’s Dog and Cooper’s Croze whiskeys, Redbreast 15, Midleton Dair Ghaelach, Mitchell & Sons Green Spot Single Pot Still and Green Spot Chateau Montelena whiskeys, and Mitchell & Sons Yellow Spot 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey. They will also have a cocktail to celebrate the Cherry Blossom Festival called Flowers From the Roof. For more information click here.