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Citing ‘children running amok’ in taproom, Union Craft to go adults-only for evenings

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Logo via Union Craft Brewing

Union Craft Brewing’s sprawling new digs offer a fun place for drinkers to gather and play, with cornhole sets, a nifty old trailer-photo booth, game machines and more. It might just be too fun, when it comes to families.

Hot Plate: Openings all over the city, World Cup viewing spots, Father’s Day whiskey and meat, and more

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Korean-American fusion restaurant Jazz + Soju opened in Anthem House in Locust Point last Thursday.

This week has a little bit of everything for Baltimore food lovers, from wine to whiskey to…goat cheese. Plus, there’s plenty of red meat in honor of Father’s Day. Here’s a look at what local restaurants have planned.

Union Craft Brewing sets July 28 grand opening party for new headquarters

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The outside of the new space at 1700 W. 41st Street. Photo via Union Craft.

Union Craft Brewing has set an opening date of July 28 for its new digs, and will throw a party to commemorate both the grand opening and the company’s sixth anniversary.

An Interview with (Possibly) the Oldest Brewery Worker in the World, Union’s Henry Benesch

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Henry “Zadie” Benesch holds one of the cardboard trays he folds for Union Craft Brewing. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

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.

Vent Coffee Roasters Joins Growing Roster at Union Collective

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Photo by Amanda Adams, courtesy of Vent Coffee Roasters

Beer, rock climbing, whiskey, hot sauce, ice cream – and now coffee.

Baltimore Whiskey Company to Relocate to Medfield’s Union Collective Next Year

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Photo via Google Street View

Union Craft Brewing’s planned local merchant hub is filling up fast.

Hot Plate: Ice Cream Everywhere, Farm Festivals, Wonders of Damascus at Hersh’s & More

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Johnny’s Ice Cream Cart has taken up residence on Roland Avenue.

Summer has officially begun and the local food scene is ready to celebrate the season. This week brings ice cream news, farm festivals, outdoor parties and more. Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

Top Stories: Kevin Spacey’s Manager Buys Inner Harbor Condo, State Authorizes Big Expenses to Cover Metallica Show, Woodland-Bordered Victorian for Sale in Mount Washington

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Out top story this week was the subject (and result) of much speculation: Who bought that $6.25 million Inner Harbor condo at 622 Ponte Villas North this past February?

Speaking with local real estate agents and others with knowledge of the transaction, Ed Gunts got word that actor Kevin Spacey, known most recently for his starring role as Frank Underwood on “House of Cards,” had purchased the property.

Those sources were close. It was actually Spacey’s manager, Evan Lowenstein, who reportedly bought the property. A search of local tax records also revealed the purchase price was $5.65 million – lower than previously reported – and that Lowestein had bought it undercover by putting a company dubbed Clear Toaster LLC on the deed.

This doesn’t mean Spacey won’t be appearing around the harbor, though. As we wrote:

It’s not uncommon for talent managers and agents to purchase properties for famous clients, as noted previously by real estate site Zillow and The New York Times.

Here were the other most popular stories on the Fishbowl this week:

Union Craft to Build Much Larger Brewery on 41st Street, Along with Retail Complex for Baltimore Merchants

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The outside of the new space at 1700 W. 41st Street. Photo via Union Craft.

Woodberry’s Union Craft Brewing is planning a major move, and though the company won’t going be very far, the new space should allow the beer makers to spread their wings.

Hunting Ground Celebrates Five Years with All-Day Affair

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The Hunting Ground celebrates five years.

This may be hard to believe, but as of this week, Hunting Ground has been in business five years. The vintage fashion boutique in Hampden celebrates its fifth anniversary on Friday in the same place it started, but with a brand new look.

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