If you don’t happen to be at the beach this weekend, Peabody Heights Brewery is one local spot for all-day relaxing with food, music and beer. Plus, your attendance helps the Book Thing as it recovers from a March fire.
The benefit for the Baltimore’s free book exchange is scheduled to run from noon-8 p.m on Saturday (May 27). Baltimore bands are also lined up to play through each of those hours, including Sun Club, Raindeer, Greasy Hands, Eze Jackson and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society. Plus, there’s food trucks and brews from the in-house operations like Raven, Monument City and the makers of Old Oriole Park Bohemian.
It’s the latest in a string of benefits for the Book Thing, which saw its warehouse in the Abell neighborhood damaged in the early morning hours of March 2. They’ve expressed plans to rebuild and reopen.
Organizers say all profits and 20 percent of beer sales are set to go toward the nonprofit.
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