Baltimore in a Bottle: 8 Ways to Experience the City’s Craft Beer Scene

Baltimore has been a beer guzzling town since flag maker Mary Pickersgill sewed the stars and stripes on the floor of a local brewery in 1812. Since the first German immigrants set up elaborate breweries and leafy beer gardens, Baltimore has embraced its proud history of local brewing. Today, the city’s craft beer scene is thriving with unique offerings at breweries big and small, tap houses and sports bars. To kick-start your keg-by-keg city tour, be sure to visit Baltimore Beer Week this October—and stop into a few local breweries and beer bars, while you’re at it.

Celebrate Baltimore Beer Week October 13-22

Baltimore Beer Week celebrates the city’s brewing legacy with beer-focused events throughout the city. The massive Das Best Oktoberfest annual celebration at M&T Bank Stadium parking lots on October 14 kicks off the festivities with lederhosen and more than 150 international, domestic and local beers, plus wines and schnapps. Check out other events, like Tap Takeovers, a Beer Legends Hall of Fame induction, Battles of the Brews and more during Baltimore Beer Week.

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