Fall Ale Festival is a Chance to Sample Lots of Local Beers

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beer in pint glasscatch of the day fish (2)Baltimore Beer Week is a big sprawling calendar that digs deep into the enjoyment of brews. If you want a specific kind of beer poured from a specialized kind of vessel in a way that’s perfectly suited to enjoy, there’s probably an event for you this week. If the idea of enjoying lots of different kinds of craft beers at once is appealing, it might be beneficial to head down to Pratt St. on Saturday.

That’s when Pratt Street Ale House is playing host the Fall Ale Festival. The the spot run by the people behind Oliver Brewing Company will be offering up lots of samples from dozens of casks. Most of the beer is from the general area, and there are lots of varieties that we haven’t seen before. Who’s ready for Heavy Seas’ Sagamore Rye Whiseky Barrel Aged Peg Leg? There’s unlimited sampling from 1-5 p.m., plus music.

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Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Technical.ly Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.

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