Last week, the mayors of Annapolis, Frederick, Cambridge and Ocean City threw their support behind the Reform on Tap Act of 2018, a bill drafted by Comptroller Peter Franchot after he chaired a task force examining the state’s beer laws.
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.
Right next to the large tanks in Union Craft Brewing is a table stacked high with cardboard trays that the brewery uses to package multiple six-packs.
In honor of the man they’re dubbing “the world’s oldest brewery employee,” Union Craft Brewing will throw a party on Jan. 13 for Henry “Zadie” Benesch, who is turning 98. Fittingly, his favorite Union beer, Blackwing Lager, can be had for just $.98.
Rich Mak hopes to make something big for Baltimore County’s beer lovers by keeping things small.
An international beer heavyweight and one of Baltimore’s best homegrown breweries have forged an unlikely bond with a planned two-brewery, two-beer keg-tapping event this Friday.
Pete Franchot wants to see Maryland’s beer industry truly boom.
As beer lovers patiently await the arrival of Guinness’ planned Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House in Relay, the company is meeting them halfway by opening up a “test taproom” in Halethorpe this weekend.
The wait is almost over for Stout enthusiasts eagerly anticipating the opening of the latest taproom in Maryland. Irish Beer maker, Guinness, is opening its first brewery on American soil since 1954, and its “testing taproom” will open late next month.