Clearly a local favorite in Baltimore, Union was busy the entire time I was there. Outdoor games, industrial feel, beer being poured by bearded gentlemen.       I happened to arrive in time for a free tour. The tour was concise, but well done. My favorite thing about the tour, was learning that the…

Nestled in an old fire station, Brew House No. 16 is just plain cool.       The décor is filled with old fire memorabilia (coats, hats, hoses etc.) and has a throwback feel. While I didn’t partake in the food, the dishes that came out looked and smelled amazing.       The wait…

While I have never been to Belgium (yet), I have a feeling that The Brewer’s Art wouldn’t feel out of place. I hang out of mine once upon a time was Hopleaf in Chicago (who gets Belgium) and The Brewer’s Art had the same vibe. They do a knockout job of Belgian styles, not too…

I checked out this brewhouse at the BWI airport on my way home. While the atmosphere is nothing to write home about, I was excited to finally try the Sweet Baby Jesus (and the Java version as well). Not too sweet, but peanut buttery enough to be satisfying. I get the hype around this brew.…

Alewife is a fun spot located inside an old bank in the theatre district. Not only is the establishment covered in many beer tackers, the art in the joint is beautifully done (and originals). While it isn’t dark, it’s also night bright. The balcony gives a great view of the bar and affords some serious…