It’s a new era for the company formerly known as Baltimore Whiskey Co., with a new name to match its roster of locally made batch liquors and a larger distillery to produce all of it. The new headquarters, part of the made-in-Baltimore hub Union Collective in Medfield, officially opens its doors to the public today.
Union Craft Brewing’s sprawling new digs offer a fun place for drinkers to gather and play, with cornhole sets, a nifty old trailer-photo booth, game machines and more. It might just be too fun, when it comes to families.
The Baltimore Whiskey Company will open up its new production facility in Union Collective on Sept. 15, and it will do so under a new name: the Baltimore Spirits Company.
The popular ice cream shop the Charmery will open its new production facility in Union Collective on July 2, the company announced today.
The Hampden location of Earth Treks, one part of the Union Collective development in Medfield, will open its doors on June 6, becoming the first tenant in the much-hyped center to set up shop.
Union Craft Brewing has set an opening date of July 28 for its new digs, and will throw a party to commemorate both the grand opening and the company’s sixth anniversary.
While Union Collective’s opening is still a few months away, Baltimore Fishbowl got a tour this morning of the massive 138,000-square-foot complex at the southern edge of Medfield that will house Union Craft Brewing, an Earth Treks Climbing Center, the Baltimore Whiskey Company, the Charmery, Vent Coffee, Huckle’s hot sauce and Well Crafted Kitchen.
We’ll be checking back in at the space before the grand opening later this spring. For now, here are a few shots of what’s in the works. (Photos by J.M. Giordano.)
Union Craft Brewing’s planned local merchant hub is filling up fast.