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In Annapolis, Saturday, April 28th: MD Drafts and Laughs: 50+ craft and imported beers while enjoying the region's funniest comedians. Beer seminars throughout the evening in private tasting rooms. Food and wine is available though not included in the fee. $35 in advance, $40 at the door, $60 VIP. Details at 443-926-1464 or www.mddraftsandlaughs.com.
- Brewdog – Paradox (Isle of Arran)
- Brewers Alley – Oatmeal Stout
- Brewers Art – Tiny Tim (VIP Cask)
- Brewers Art – Monument Pale Ale
- DuClaw – Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Flame
- Evolution – Lot 3 IPA (Dry Hopped W/Citra)
- Evolution – Rise Up Stout (VIP Cask)
- Firestone Walker – Velvet Merlin
- Yards – ESA (Extra Special Ale)
- Oskar Blues – Deviant Dales Pale Ale (Double Dry Hopped)
- Weyerbacher – Blanche
- Flying Dog – TBA
- Old Dominion – Oak Barrel Stout
- Heavy Seas – Plank II (w/poplar, eucalyptus, and liberty hops)
- Oliver Breweries – Jacobs Winter (Oak Barrel W/ Juniper)
- Oliver Breweries – James Brown Ale (Red Oak Aged)
- Oliver Breweries – Ape Must Never Kill Ape
- New Belgium – Ranger IPA (Double Dry Hopped)
- Flying Dog – TBA
- Flying Fish – Hopfish (Dry Hopped W/Simcoe)
- Dog Brewing – Blue Corn Triple
- Still Many More To be Announced!!
Greek Poppers with Tzatziki
Marinated artichoke hearts and fire roasted red peppers
stuffed with feta cheese and Panko breaded
Paired with Ommegang Witte
Lamb Chop Salad
Grilled Lamb Porterhouse Chops atop a bed of local lettuce,
blue cheese, pine nut , golden raisin and pomegranate
Paired with Ommegang Aphrodite Ale
Zucchini halves baked with ground beef and rice stuffing and
topped with zesty light tomato sauce and shaved Greek
Paired with Houblon Chouffe
Smokey Bison Sliders
Gunpowder Trading Co (Monkton, MD) Bison sliders
char-grilled with coffee rub, topped with bacon, Hawk Hill
Creamery (Street, MD) Smoked Cheddar, frizzled onions
and chipotle aioli—served on mini-brioche rolls with sweet
Paired with Ommegang Three Philosophers
Waffle with Berries n Cream
Homemade waffle topped with homemade ice cream, fresh
local berries and hand whipped cream
Paired with a Two Year Verticle Pour of 2010 N’ice Chouffe
and 2011 N’ice Chouffe
American Craft Beer Fest at Victoria Gastro Pub
Saturday, June 23, 2012 12 pm - 4 pm
Featured Breweries: Sierra Nevada, Flying Dog, New Belgium, Stone, Dogfish Head, Oliver’s, Lagunitas, Sixpoint, Oskar Blues, Peak, DuClaw, Goose Island, Heavy Seas, Evolution, Boulder
$50 per person, $40 for Beer Club Members
Includes Beer Tasting from Each of the Participating Breweries,
Tasting Glass & Passed Hors D’oeuvres
Advance Purchase ONLY!
Pick up your ticket at the Pub, call 410-750-1880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Way off in the District of Columbia in June, Sushiko, one of Washington's premier Japanese restaurants and sushi bars, will offer its first pairing event of Japanese cuisine and craft beers. The six-course menu will be presented by owner and creative director of Sushi-ko, Daisuke Utagawa, together with beer expert Jocelyn Cambier. Priced at $85, all inclusive, the menu features >Edamame paired with Port City pale ale; Lobster and Asparagus Suimono (clear soup) with Brasseurs Illimites double porter; Flounder Carpaccio with White Soy and Truffle Sauce complemented by a surprise beer of Brasseurs du Monde; Honey and Soy Roasted Duck with A lAbri de La Tempete Corps Mort; Spicy Broiled Mussels and Coronado Islander IPA and a final course of Nigiri Sushi paired with Brasseurs Illimites Imperial Stout.This dinner will be Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 7 PM, limited seating is available. For tickets please contact Gabriella Geerman & Andrea Thompson at Sushiko (301) 961-1644
It’s time for our 5th celebration of the DIY spirit! Brought to you by the BaltiBrew homebrew club, the Charitably Charmin’ ChiliBrew is an informal, semiannual charity homebrew competition and chili cookoff, now benefiting the Baltimore Free Farm, the Bearings Bike Project, and the Baltimore Green Currency Association. Previous installments have each drawn about 30 entries and 200+ enthusiastic judges, and this spring we will be returning to the Free Farm’s “Localize It!” outdoor festival.The latter:
Anyone can compete in the ChiliBrew, and anyone can judge! Just looking for a good time with good food/brews/all of the above? Come on out! Got a killer family chili recipe or brew your own beer? Bring it on! Involved with some other hobby or organization that Does It Together, here in Baltimore? Share the love! We want to bring people interested in all aspects of local lifestyles together to cross-pollinate and build community.
We’re suggesting a $10–$20 sliding-scale donation at the door from those who partake of the ChiliBrew. That’ll get you a ballot to vote on any or all of the competitions (chili con carne, veggie chili, and homebrew, though you must be 21 or older for homebrew of course). If you weigh in on the upper half of that sliding scale we’ll also give you a commemorative glass.
You are invited to the 1st Annual Charm City Beer Wars hosted at Mother's Federal Hill Grille. You get to choose who makes the best craft beer in Maryland. You as the consumer get to try multiple samples to help determine who has the best beer in Maryland. It's $30 all you can try. One vote per participant. If you missed out on the Charm City Wing Wars- you really missed out. Get yours to this now before it sells out.Of course, if you have a designated driver or other such chaperone, there's naught keeping you from both save laws against public intoxication.
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Baltimore Washington Beer Works
The Brewer's Art
Brewers Alley Restaurant & Brewery
Dog Brewing Company
DuClaw Brewing Company
Flying Dog Brewery
Heavy Seas Beer
Pratt Street Ale House
Red Brick Station Restaurant & Brewpub
Stillwater Artisanal Ales
The delegation had requested an amendment to the growler bill to allow the sale of tap wine, but the House Economic Matters Committee did not approve it. The amendment had been requested by Joe Barbera, owner of AIDA Bistro and Wine Bar in Columbia, which offers 30 wines on tap.
"I'm a little disappointed that that wasn't part of the (bill)," Barbera said. He said the amendment probably failed because wine on tap "is something fairly new and it's not available in a large number of locations, like there are places that have beer on tap."
Chesapeake Bay Branch of the Society for Preservation of Beers from the Wood shall meet at Brewer's Cask for 'Firkin Friday' and our April social evening:Cask beer not yet announced.
Date: Friday 13 April 2012
Venue: Brewer's Cask, 1236 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
Public Transport: Light Rail to Hamburg Street, MTA bus 64 (Curtis Bay) and 1 (Mondawmin-Fort McHenry), also free Circulator (Purple Route) with its southernmost stop a few feet from the bar!
Car Parking: Available at the multi-story in West Street.
You know, that sounds like a beer Flying Dog needs to ship to Ale Mary's as soon as possible........I know it's been a while since we've had a beer event at Hellas, but we've got some great ones in the works. The next one is coming up this week, on Friday the 13th starting at 5pm. We will be hosting a Pint Nite and Flying Dog will be stopping by, bringing with them a firkin of their "Disobedience" Abbey-Dubbel Ale (7.6%). As with all of our "Pint Nite's", your first purchase of one of these great beers gets you a Flying Dog pint glass that's yours to keep (one per customer, while supplies last). In addition to the firkin, we will have discounted prices on "Raging Bitch" on the night of the event and we're also planning on having a "Gonzo" barrel-aged Imperial Porter on tap.
That's not enough?! Well, we've got more..... Since we've got all these great beers and we're pretty good in the kitchen too, we figured we'd put the two together. We're going to have 3 special menu items on the night of the event.
First one is a "Disobedience, Maple-Glazed Pork Belly". It's a mouth-watering pork belly glazed with Disobedience beer and maple syrup atop a sweet potato and corned beef hash with a jalapeno-bacon waffle.
Second item are "Raging Rockfish Sliders". Created to pair with "Raging Bitch". Panko-breaded fillets of rockfish with sweet corn salsa and Raging Bitch aioli - served with sweet onion hush puppies.
Last item is a "Gonzo Burger". A bison burger on a sesame potato roll topped with peppered bacon, frizzled onions, pickled jalapeno, pepper-jack cheese and a barrel-aged Gonzo reduction - served with sweet potato fries.
Camden Yards is offering Flying Dog at over 20 locations in the ballpark this season, including at the new Roof Deck center field bar and at our own storefront (which will feature locally-inspired food and beer pairings).Those of you who are baseball geeks--is this the first time cask ales have been pledged to a major league baseball stadium on a regular basis?
Also, starting April 27, our "Firkin Friday" will feature a special cask-conditioned beer at each of the Orioles' Friday night home games.
And if that's not enough, a special shipment of our very first cans produced will be available at Sliders and Pickles Pub tomorrow [Friday the 6th] only. Starting at 5:30 am[!?!?!?!], cans of UnderDog Atlantic Lager are just $4 each. Cans won't hit the Baltimore area for at least another month, so we are stoked to share this exclusive preview.
Traditionally, you'll always get a far stronger, and more traditionally "cherry", flavor from sour cherries in fermentation than from sweet cherries. This is well-known to experienced wine and melomel (fruit mead) makers; it'll be fascinating to sample the two Cherry Blossoms side by side and compare. I expect a remarkable contrast.OLIVER'S HOT MONKEY LOVE 4 WAYS ON DRAFTThis Tuesday we will be featuring Oliver's Hot Monkey Love 4 different ways along with a bunch of their other great drafts:WE WILL BE FEATURINGON DRAFT:Hot Monkey LoveHot Monkey Love French OakHot Monkey Love American OakHot Monkey Love Bourbon Barrel3 SpiresStrongman3 Lions Bourbon BarrelWe will also have two different version of Oliver's Cherry Blossom one on cask and one on draft. One will have Sweet Cherries and the other will have Tart Cherries.
Dempsey's opening roster of beers, which will be brewed on premises, include Wild Pitch Wheat, Pine Tar Stout, Rick's Red Ale and -- how could they resist -- Rain Delay IPA, according to Camden Yard's food and beverage director Adrian Sedano. The bar at Dempsey's is scheduled to be open on April 6. The dining menu and house-brewed beers will may be ready for the second homestand, Sedano said.UPDATE: Dempsey is apparently not the only former Oriole to get into the microbrewery business.