There’s a conventional reason to drink coffee and then beer in that order throughout your day, but today, Vent Coffee Roasters and Union Craft Brewing will show why the drinks need not be mutually exclusive.
Hot House: 3624 Malden Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211
Brick townhouse, circa 1920, with black mansard roof, all new and completely renovated in 2017. Four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms over three stories and 2,145 sq. ft. End-of-group, southern exposure, high ceilings, long windows, hardwood floors, open-plan main level. Kitchen with granite island/breakfast bar, gas fireplace. Large mudroom off kitchen with closet and half-bath. Finished lower level with full bath and storage closets. Third-floor master suite with views. Fenced rear yard, parking for two cars: $417,000
Union Craft to Build Much Larger Brewery on 41st Street, Along with Retail Complex for Baltimore Merchants
Woodberry’s Union Craft Brewing is planning a major move, and though the company won’t going be very far, the new space should allow the beer makers to spread their wings.
This may be hard to believe, but as of this week, Hunting Ground has been in business five years. The vintage fashion boutique in Hampden celebrates its fifth anniversary on Friday in the same place it started, but with a brand new look.
A massive fire broke out in an already burnt-out vacant tire factory in North Baltimore’s Woodberry neighborhood on Thursday night.
Welcome to the Baltimore Fishbowl Local Gift Guide series. We’ll be featuring ten themed items each week through the holidays. Let us help you find that special something for everyone on your list, while supporting local businesses, and getting out to shop in different parts of this diverse and thriving city.
Located in Meadow Mill, Nepenthe Homebrew was one of the businesses that flooded in the July storm that also inundated Ellicott City. With more heavy rain in the forecast this week, the Woodberry business is taking precautions. But they aren’t just closing the doors.
Cleanup continues after the flooding that followed the July 30 storm. Along with the work to get Meadow Mill businesses up and running, city crews need to bring in the heavy duty equipment.