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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2011
At the infield fence near the turn for the last quarter-mile, Dan Stachura, John Reckner and their friends had marked off a prime piece of real estate with the same type of yellow tape used at homicide scenes. Their only complaint: The limited beer selection at Pimlico is a crime. Stachura, 43, and Reckner, 48, gave the race course managers some credit for improvement -- noting that the selection is no longer limited to Bud and Bud Light. "They have an older, more mature crowd that's not worried about spending money," Reckner said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | October 14, 2010
Over the past five years, the west side of downtown has been one of the city's most unforgiving neighborhoods for new bars. They open and close here as quickly as it takes 8.9 percent alcohol to slip into your bloodstream. Alewife, the new beer hall at Eutaw and Fayette streets, is hoping to turn the trend on its head with sheer size and suds selection. Billed as a high-end beer hall, the Daniel Lanigan-owned bar boasts of having a sprawling beer list — 40 on tap and 100 bottled varieties.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | March 24, 2014
Imagine a bar with all-you-care-to-taste selections of more than 60 beers, 40 bourbons -- all for one flat cover. It would need to be a pretty big bar, say, the size of the expansive Cow Palace at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium? On March 21 and 22, the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival came back to Baltimore, and the formula still works. "I love the variety of the beer, and the people, and just the fun atmosphere," said AJ Ferguson, a 30-year-old auditor, who came from Ocean View, Del., for the event with her fiance, Jared.
NEWS
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2011
Selling beer to an underage, undercover police volunteer has proved costly to the owners of two Howard County liquor stores. Rakesh Shah, licensee of a 7-Eleven located at 9049 Frederick Road in Ellicott City, was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and to stop selling alcohol on four days over two consecutive weekends starting May 6. The county's appointed Alcoholic Beverage License Board imposed a $600 fine on Winfield Kelly III's Woodbine Wine and...
SPORTS
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2011
At 5: 15 p.m., there was still beer available at April Schaf’s stand in the infield. Last year at this time, she had run out. And though tips were better then, she’s not sure if having beer left at the height of the afternoon is due to better coordination or fewer people. “Last year, I think they were understaffed,” the Pasadena resident said, “so they wanted to compensate.” She said that people seemed happy with the short lines. She had plenty of Bud and Bud Light left over, but had run out Stella Artois.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2013
McHenry Row is getting its own beer-centric bar, the chain World of Beer, this June or July, according to McHenry Row developer Mark Sapperstein. Baltimore's 3,400-square-foot World of Beer will serve 550-600 different types of beers, including many esoteric brews from around the world, Sapperstein said. "Other than Max's on Broadway, which offers a large array of beers, [World of Beer] is clearly over the top," Sapperstein said. "I don't think there are many [Baltimore bars]
NEWS
June 17, 2003
On June 11, 2003, DORIS E. BEER, mother of Eugene H. Beer, III, Sally B. Murray and Susan B. Browne; grandmother of Rebecca R. Lynch, Sally T. Murray, Linda M. Ruiz, George P. Beer, Eugene H. Beer, IV; great-grandmother of four. Memorial services Tuesday, June 17, 2003 at 3 P.M. in the chapel of the Church of The Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210.
NEWS
By ASSOCITEDPRESS | July 31, 2001
BERLIN - Germans are losing their taste for their national drink. Beer consumption dropped 4.3 percent in the first half of the year to 1.4 billion gallons - 63.4 million gallons less than last year, according to statistics released yesterday by the government. Bad weather was partly to blame, with a belated summer keeping drinkers away from outdoor beer gardens. But also cutting consumption were a more health-conscious public and changing work habits, as fewer people do manual labor where beer drinking is a break-time tradition.
ENTERTAINMENT
Wesley Case | June 21, 2012
Expectations were predictably high, and how could they not? Opened in late May after months of anticipation, Of Love and Regret could be Brewers Hill's highest-profile collaboration ever. The duo behind it come with reputations: Stillwater Artisanal Ales' founder Brian Strumke and Jack's Bistro's co-owner/chef Ted Stelzenmuller have teamed up, hoping to create a blissful marriage of Strumke's craft beers and Stelzenmuller's affordable, seasonal food. After two recent visits to the consistently packed establishment, it's safe to say their goal has been accomplished nearly out of the gate.
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | September 17, 1996
HOLLYWOOD -- In this sleepy village of thirsty farmers and parched watermen in Southern Maryland, they like a little beer.Order a cold can of Budweiser at Hollywood's Dew Drop Inn, a favorite local watering hole, and you may not notice anything peculiar. But wrap your hand around it and your drink will instantly feel different.Sort of, kind ofWell, small.That's because you have tapped into 10-ounce beer country.In St. Mary's County, as well as several counties on the upper Eastern Shore, people like their brew in cans 2 ounces slimmer than the standard.
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