From the Baltimore Fishbowl events page…

Thursday, May 30th, 2013
6:00pm – 8:00pm | $45

Homewood House Museum
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles Street

Reservations are requested: online through Brown Paper Tickets or by calling the museum at 410.516.5589. Free event parking is available at the University Baptist Church at 3501 N. Charles Street (use Greenway entrance, accessible from St. Paul Street at University Parkway), with pedestrian access to campus from N. Charles Street at 34th Street. The museum lot is reserved for handicapped parking (accessible from the North Gate on University Parkway). For maps and directions call 410.516.5589.

Fruit beer and cider makers are crafting a comeback, reviving Americas orchard heritage, revisiting traditional styles, and bringing new sophistication to these age-old farmhouse beverages. Enjoy some of the best fruit-powered artisanal brews and ciders, including a fruited cask ale with local rhubarb made especially for the evening by Union Craft Brewing, and locally-sourced snacks by Woodberry Kitchen.

Museum open for guests at 5:30pm

Program at 6:15 featuring remarks by Nina Beth Cardin, Founder & Director, Baltimore Orchard Project; Rob Kasper, Beer Authority & Author; and Corey Polyoka, Beverage Director, Woodberry Kitchen

Distillery Lane Ciderworks (Jefferson, MD) – Celebration Cider
Millstone Cellars (Monkton, MD) – Ciderberry
Union Craft Brewing (Baltimore, MD) – Custom Cask! Duckpin Pale Ale with Local Rhubarb
21st Amendment Brewery (San Francisco, CA) – Hell or High Watermelon Wheat
Shiner Beers (Shiner, TX) – Ruby Redbird
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Lewes, DE) – Festina Peche

C.L. McCoy Framing / Lewis Contractors / McCracken Consulting / SMG Architects / Southway Builders / Union Craft Brewing / The Wine Source / Woodberry Kitchen / WYPR 88.1 FM / Ziger/Snead Architects