News Feed

Backwoods Beer

July, 2018

1812 Brewery is way out there. And way worth a visit. By Brennen Jensen                           To reach the 1812 Brewery in the mountainous wilds of Allegany County, slip off I-68 just outside Cumberland and follow serpentine blacktop across a one-lane bridge and past […]

Read More

Checkerspot Brewery Spreads its Wings

July, 2018

What, you didn’t know we have a state butterfly? By Brennen Jensen Checkerspot co-owners Steve Marsh, Rob Neff and Judy Neff (who is also the brewer) at their new South Baltimore brewery, named in honor of Maryland’s state butterfly.    Checkerspot Brewing 1399 S. Sharp Street, Baltimore, MD www.checkerspotbrewing.com The beautiful black and gold butterfly known as […]

Read More

Forget the Fireworks: In Maryland, the Fourth of July is all about the food

July, 2018

Get Cooking By Andrew Michael Woods  Maryland’s Fourth of July celebrations are best experienced through the fog rising from mountains of crabs caked in Old Bay and the charred scent of meats and vegetables rolling from grills across the region. Cold beer and hot food define the day–ideally with a little music and lots of […]

Read More

Gertrude’s Spirit

June, 2018

MISCellaneous Distillery launches a rye nod to the family matriarch Dan McNeill, who runs Mount Airy’s MISCellaneous Distillery with partner Meg MacWhirter, says his maternal grandmother was a bit of a pistol. “She was known to drink whiskey and smoke cigars at family functions,” he recalls. “She was dainty and polite, but she also had […]

Read More

Something Epoch

June, 2018

Baltimore Whiskey Company releases its new Epoch Rye (We’re pretty sure these guys are loving all the wordplay) We stopped at the Blue Pit BBQ in Woodberry the other night to try some of Baltimore Whiskey Company’s Epoch Rye–the first rye to be distilled in Baltimore City in 75 years. That sounds pretty epic. The […]

Read More

Dine Under the Stars

June, 2018

Picture yourself Living in Marthaland If you crave a sunset meal in an idyllic country setting, here are some suggestions. Ah, those photo spreads in Martha Stewart – a rustic wooden table set up under a tree; black-eyed Susans and Queen Anne’s lace in canning jars; an eclectic collection of wood and caned chairs dragged […]

Read More

Driven to Drink

May, 2018

Marylanders are as proud of their beer as they are of their crabs, and the rapid expansion of craft brewing is proof. In 2016, according to the Bureau of Revenue Estimates the state’s craft brewing industry had an overall economic impact of more than $637 million while creating more than 6,500 jobs. So much beer […]

Read More

A Chef for All Seasons

May, 2018

Kerry Dunnington’s passion for home cooking and entertaining shines on every page of her new cookbook. The Seasonal Kitchen is the most recent offering from Artichoke Publishers, the company she started in 2014. The Baltimore-based personal chef, caterer and food writer encourages home cooks to source local produce in season and support local farmers whenever […]

Read More

A Flight Before Flying

May, 2018

Whether they’re coming, going or just passing through, travelers at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) can now quaff local Maryland brews from Frederick’s Flying Dog Brewery and nosh on local beef from Monkton-based Roseda Black Angus Farm. The addition of these two familiar local brands is part of an overall effort on the part […]

Read More

Crushing on Wine Cans

May, 2018

Old Westminster Winery Millennials are drinking more wine than any other age group. According to USA Today, young adults aged 21 to 38 consume nearly half of all wine sold in the U.S. Wine, says Ashli Johnson, “has a sense of time and place and authenticity.” And younger adults, says Johnson, one of the three […]

Read More

Latest Issue

Other Products

 

 

 

Categories