Maryland’s largest brewery is expanding distribution of its Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day beer, Victress Cranberry Lime Kettle Sour, in a show of support for women in the brewing industry.
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June 4, 2021 Comments Off on Heavy Seas, Weber’s Cider Mill Farm release Strawberry Shortcake Ale
October 11, 2018 Comments Off on Guinness to release special beer for Baltimore Beer Week
With its Halethorpe brewery open, Guinness plans to release a special Maryland-centric beer for Baltimore Beer Week. The Guinness Crosslands Honey Ale is made with Maryland honey from Apex Bee Company and Guinness describes the beer as a full-bodied seasonal ...Read More »
August 24, 2018 Comments Off on Cheers! New wine and beer options announced in Rockville, Annapolis
March 6, 2018 Comments Off on Return of the Boh: First new beer in 30 years released
September 6, 2017 Comments Off on Before bottling beer, brewers need to raise capital
If it seems like another Maryland brewery’s product pops up in the beer fridge at the local liquor store every other week, that’s probably true. But before the neighborhood brewer can begin bottling and selling his own product statewide, he probably ...Read More »
July 26, 2017 Comments Off on UM, Flying Dog Brewery unite to help budding hops industry
Flying Dog Brewery and the University of Maryland’s agricultural school have teamed up to investigate the best way to grow hops, a popular flavoring agent in beer, in the state. For Matt Brophy, the Frederick brewery’s COO, the idea came after some disappointing ...Read More »
May 29, 2017 Comments Off on Md. tourism chief: ‘Everything tastes better here’
May 16, 2016 Comments Off on Maryland brewery celebrates 25 years in the suds business
FREDERICK — Twenty-five years since its founding, Flying Dog Brewery is still striving to be innovative and original. Originality is what keeps the Frederick-based brewery, which is known for its unique beer and edgy label and carton designs, on the ...Read More »
November 18, 2015 Comments Off on Ga. death row inmate not allowed 6-pack of beer for last meal
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