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Baltimore’s beer-volution (access required)

If you follow me on Twitter, it should come as no surprise that I'm a happy participant in what is interchangeably called the craft or local brewing revolution. So imagine my excitement at the brewing revival happening in Baltimore, my adopted hometown, which The Washington Post recently featured in its Food section as a fine city to enjoy a ...

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  1. Paul Cunningham

    While I too appreciate the new Heavy Seas Ale House ( on the outskirts of Little Italy, don’t ignore the newcomer to Baltimore’s beer-bar scene, Of Love & Regret ( This collaboration between local gypsy brewer Brian Strumke of Stillwater Artisanal Ales and innovative executive chef Ted Stelzenmuller of Jack’s Bistro makes for a haven for both beer snob and foodie alike. As a bonus, you might spot the fireworks from their brewer’s hill location at the corner of O’Donnell and Conkling.

    I also would not overlook Baltimore mainstay, The Brewer’s Art ( Great local brews, like Ozzy and Resurrection, with an eclectic menu at their classy Mount Vernon location.