You love beer. You love vacations. So it’s only natural you’ll like this rundown of America’s seven hottest travel destinations with a hopping beer scene.
It’s only been 80 years since beer was first sold in cans. Most beer that is canned is made by the huge global breweries. That’s now changing in Remington.
Maryland’s first Northeast hops conference held in Frederick proved that the industry is rebounding.
At a time when many restaurants are closing their doors, Benny’s Pub in Hagerstown is brewing up new business. On Tuesday, owner Bill Skomski Sr. hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open Antietam Brewery inside the Benny’s Pub building at 49 Eastern Blvd. The event culminated with Mayor David S. Gysberts tapping the first keg.
Since opening its doors in 2009, Evolution Craft Brewery has steadily produced more of its mainline and seasonal drafts, and whether the brews are being savored pint by pint in the tasting room, poured into a growler or distributed in six packs, the brewery’s following expands daily.
The man who owns Pickles Pub and Hammerhead’s bar is not only bringing a brewery to the Boardwalk, he’s also inviting the public to help design his company logo.
A Frederick brewery that sprayed graffiti on sidewalks to promote an upcoming event may have to pay the city for cleanup costs.
Locally grown most often means farm raised food. Well, one local grower wants to expand that to farmhouse beer.
Firefighters are battling a two-alarm fire on the third and fourth floors of a vacant building in Brewer’s Hill in Southeast Baltimore.
Some craft brewers are growing by shrinking. Beer makers such as Flying Dog Brewery of Frederick say they’re dropping out of distant markets to focus on selling more beer at home.
A Maryland brewery is accusing Michigan’s liquor commission of censorship after the panel rejected labels for a beer that features an expletive in the name.