From the HBD Archive
From: (Mark Stevens) <stevens@stsci.edu>
Subject: Another brewpub update
Date: 1990-01-17 15:35:11 GMT

Another Brewpub update:

Baltimore's 2nd brewpub, the Baltimore Brewing Company,
opened last month with generally positive reviews in the
local press. The brewery has a decidedly German flavor--
even the menus are in German! Of course that means
lagers are brewed here.

Three regular brews are available, "Helles", "Pils", and
"Dunkles". All are excellent, but the Helles obviously
caters more to the Bud crowd...it's a bit too light-bodied
for my tastes. The Pils is an absolutely sublime brew
with a rich mouthfeel and a long lingering hops aftertaste.
The Dunkles is also outstanding, with a creamier flavor
than the Pils and a virtually opaque black color.

According to the "Baltimore Sun" (12/30/89), the brewmaster
holds a 5-year degree in Brewing Engineering from the
Technical University of Munich. The brewery itself sits
on a site called "Brewers Park", once home to the Globe
Brewing Company, which was built in 1780.

If you find yourself in Baltimore, you owe it to yourself
to try the beers at Baltimore Brewing Co., it's located
at 104 Albemarle Street (near Little Italy), and only
a couple blocks from the Inner Harbor.

Zum woll,
- ---Mark Stevens
stevens@ra.stsci.edu

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