Tag: Peabody Heights Brewery

Mr. Trash Wheel is getting his third beer, and a Classy Trashy Birthday Bashy

Image via the Waterfront Partnership’s website.

Mr. Trash Wheel is racking up beers like dumpsters of trash that he pulls from the Jones Falls.

A third beer inspired by his exploits, Mr. Trash Wheel’s Solar Power Sour, brewed in a partnership with Peabody Heights Brewery and the trash wheel’s operators at the Waterfront Partnership, is due out in the spring.

Event Pick: Peabody Heights rolls out a new beer in the name of disc golf


Frisbee golf, frolf or, most technically, disc golf, has its own scene in Baltimore, with spacious courses in Druid Hill Park, Roland Park, Lake Montebello and Goucher College, among other spots. Now that scene has its very own beer, thanks to Peabody Heights Brewery.

Event Pick: Play some trivia and help out the staff of Charles Village Pub

The inside of Charles Village Pub.

Trivia nights are a dime a dozen, but it’s still fun to reach back for a random factoid or obscure piece of knowledge. Tonight, you can utilize your memory bank of useless things for a good cause at Peabody Heights Brewery, where proceeds from tonight’s trivia night will benefit the staff of Charles Village Pub. The popular bar was recently closed due to a grease fire, and many staff members are currently without work.

Event Pick: Peabody Heights throws a party for its new Thomas Dolby-inspired trash wheel brew

Image via Healthy Harbor Initiative

Tonight, Waverly’s Peabody Heights Brewery debuts its newest creation, the long-windedly titled “Professor Trash Wheel Blinded Me Wit Science.” The Belgian wit is named for–you guessed it–the 1982 hit song that launched Baltimore-dwelling musician and professor Thomas Dolby’s popular career, as well as the Ph.D-holding, garbage-eating robot that lives at Canton’s waterfront.

Hot Plate: Food for Thought at the Baltimore Book Festival, Butcher Battle at Fork & Wrench

Fork & Wrench hosts the first in its Butcher Battle series this Wednesday, with a portion of proceeds benefiting victims of Hurricane Harvey. Credit: Sanchez-Gruver Restaurants

Baltimore food scene has a little bit of everything this week, from intellectual pursuits to dinners benefiting great causes to parties that are just plain fun. Here’s a look at what the city has to offer for the next seven days:

Peabody Heights Brewery Creates a Beer for Mr. Trash Wheel

Logo via Peabody Heights Brewery/Healthy Harbor Initiative

The infamous python found wrapped up in Mr. Trash Wheel in summer of 2015 has returned on a new beer from Baltimore’s own Peabody Heights Brewery.

Maryland Historical Society Sues Local Brewery

Photo of Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford at the opening of Peabody Heights Brewery, via Flickr/Maryland GovPics
Photo of Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford at the opening of Peabody Heights Brewery, via Flickr/Maryland GovPics

A picture is worth much more than a thousand words, according to the Maryland Historical Society.

Escape Hurricane Joaquin at OKTOBERFEST this Saturday at Peabody Heights Brewery



Weather the storm with us, stay warm and dry at this weekend’s


Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 4:00 PM8:00 PM

Join us at Peabody Heights Brewery on Saturday, October 3rd for an evening of craft beer tastings, brewery tours, German food, and a silent auction.