No more contract brewing at Peabody Heights for Monument City Brewing starting in November.
Ken Praay, co-founder of the “hyper-local” local company, told Baltimore magazine that they “didn’t even look at any property outside the city” when searching for a location for their own brewery and tap room. They settled on a 12,800 square-foot spot on Haven Street in Highlandtown.
The dedicated space will allow Monument City to expand their line of beers beyond their Brown Ale, 51 Rye, and currently draft-only Battle IPA varieties.
According to Baltimore Business Journal, Monument City Brewing won’t provide food themselves in their tap room, but will instead partner with local restaurants and food trucks.
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