Believe it or not, the beer nerds at Wet City have been at it for two years now, introducing patrons to all sorts of new brews paired with a menu of creative bar fare. This weekend marks the craft beer drinkery’s second birthday, which means another party to add to the rambunctiousness of Artscape.
Wet City has collaborated with both Berlin-based Burley Oak Brewing and Washington County’s Cushwa Brewing Company on a pair of nice, strong double IPAs that will be on tap all weekend (or while supplies last). Boozie slushies will also be served. The bar’s operators are also well aware of the fun to be had outside, and are sending guests off with plastic growlers that can be either taken home or, as the bar said on Facebook, “are perfect for Artscaping” on Saturday.
This celebration runs through Sunday, offering an easy retreat for festival-goers from the hot and potentially stormy weather.
Starts at 4 p.m., Wet City, 223 W. Chase St., (443) 873-6699, wetcitybrewing.com.
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