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January 20, 2008
On January 13, 2008 MS. BREW. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Monday, 2-8pm. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Tuesday at 10am. Funeral at 10:30am
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By Morgan Eichensehr and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
Attention all creatures of beer habit -- with Baltimore Beer Week kicking off Friday and running through Oct. 19, it's time to branch out from your Bohs and Buds. We spoke with Baltimore brewers and bar managers and asked them to recommend their favorite specialty, limited-release and one-of-a-kind beers to give Baltimoreans the perfect opportunity to experiment with taste. All will be available during beer week, so go ahead and try something fruity and crisp or dark and earthy for a change.
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NEWS
June 27, 1991
G. Helileman Brewing Co. is marketing a potent new malt liquor and targeting it at young, black men. Surgeon General Antonia Novello opposes the ads. Almost two dozen groups have asked the company to withdraw the product.What do you think? Should the brewer target young blacks with the liquor, or not? Should the company withdraw the product, or not?To register your opinion, call SUNDIAL, the Baltimore Sun's directory of telephone information services, at 783-1800 (in Anne Arundel County, 268-7736)
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By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
On Sept. 19, bands and beers from Baltimore and Washington will converge at the Fillmore Silver Spring for the first Local Beers Local Grooves event, presented by On Tap Magazine .  Maryland breweries participating include Rockville's Baying Hound Ales, Frederick's Flying Dog, Westminster's Pub Dog and Baltimore companies the Brewer's Art and Union Craft. Other breweries scheduled to be on hand: DC Brau, Old Dominion, Fordham and Port City. Live music will be provided by Pasadena, Bumpin' Uglies, Billy Lyve, Mr. Mighty I, Knolly Moles, Higher Education and more.  Doors will open at 6 p.m., and tickets (which include admission and a beer sampling wristband, and are currently on sale here )
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2011
"Witch's Brew," the latest effort from horrific Baltimore director Chris LaMartina, gets its world premiere at the Charles Theatre Wednesday night. The movie, filmed in and around Baltimore over the past two years, offers the twisted tale of a couple local brewmasters who run afoul of a witch. The results are predictably horrifying — especially to those unlucky enough to sample their "Slacker Lager. " As the movie's tagline so succinctly puts it, "Liver damage will be the LEAST of your problems.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | May 7, 1995
She stands only 3/4 of an inch over 5 feet, but sometimes, when the going gets tough for Annapolis' girls lacrosse team (11-1), coach Dave Gehrdes tells Amy Brew to take over the game."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 26, 2011
Beer, beasts and a beat you can dance to — what's not to love about the Maryland Zoo at Baltimore's annual Brew at the Zoo and Wine, Too? "It's just a beautiful, pleasant way to spend an afternoon, sampling beers, listening to music," spokeswoman Jane Ballentine says of the zoo's largest annual fundraiser. The two-day celebration drew about 7,000 visitors last year, thanks in part to a run of picture-perfect weather. A forecast for intermittent showers this Saturday could cut down attendance a bit, but zoo officials hope the appeal of drinking, dining and hanging out with the animals will bring big crowds out regardless.
NEWS
By PEG ADAMARCZYK | September 16, 1994
Celebrate that magic mixture of fermented grain and hops at the first Micro-Brew Festival from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at Kurtz's Beach in Pasadena.The event is being sponsored by the North Arundel Home Brewers Club, a nonprofit group of home-brew hobbyists.Tickets are $22 in advance, $25 at the door, and the price includes an all-you-can-eat German buffet and a sampling of 15 different micro-brewed beers made in the Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania areas.Information: 789-2408.*The Chesapeake Christian Center, 7975 Tick Neck Road, is sponsoring a mammoth churchwide yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow.
NEWS
By ROB KASPER | September 19, 2007
A golden fall day begins with sweet aromas, has a toasty middle, finishes crispy and leaves you hungering for more. That is also pretty much the way Michael Jackson, the world-renowned beer writer who died last month, would describe the classic Oktoberfest beer, the seasonal beer of autumn. Like many good ideas, the tradition of drinking beer in the autumn sunshine is the result of what happened at a wedding celebration. The 15-day festival that annually draws legions of lager drinkers to Munich, Germany, got going in 1810 as a bash honoring Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig's marriage to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen.
NEWS
By Rob Kasper | March 10, 2002
The other night, I treated myself to an after-dinner drink. It was a dark, rich beverage poured from a handsome decanter. It reminded me of one of my favorite after-dinner libations, vintage port. What I was sipping however, was an after-dinner beer. It was Sam Adams Utopias MMII, brewed by the Boston Beer Co. It is the latest example of the increasingly complex and unconventional bottled beers made by a few craft brewers that are being distributed nationally. These are not mass-market beverages.
FEATURES
By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2014
A 17th century land grant formerly known as Planter's Paradise, is now the setting for 2316 Bauernschmidt Drive in Baltimore County. Here, on property once owned by Baltimore philanthropist Enoch Pratt, sits a charming example of a rural frame-and-clapboard mansion designed in the Italianate style. This mansion was built in 1909 by Agnes and Frederick Bauernschmidt, who owned a brewing company in Baltimore, as their summer home just blocks from the Middle River. Now on the market for $995,000, this manor house on three-quarters of an acre showcases a three-sided wrap-around porch with columns that support a four-sided second-story balcony.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
There's not much better than downing an ice-cold beer on a hot summer day. But how about downing a really inexpensive ice-cold beer on a hot summer day? Yeah, that may be better. For our third annual survey, we again divided the city into four quadrants, called hundreds of Baltimore's biggest, posh-est, smallest and divey-est bars and asked for their best prices on bottles/cans, microbrews and happy hours. We're not against drafts, but we've eliminated that category this year because there wasn't much variation in price across the city.
TRAVEL
By John Houser III, For The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2014
Ocean City is in full resort mode for the summer and its new restaurants are settling in to their day to day task of feeding the hungry vacationers looking for good grub. On a recent trip down there, we tried two new restaurants among the many that are starting a new venture among the beaches and sunshine. Ocean City Brewing Company. (5509 Coastal Hwy, 443-677-3075, http://ocbrewingcompany.com ) Breweries have been popping up all over Ocean City and our first stop is the biggest of them all. Able to brew 1,000 gallons (60 kegs)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
Brew House No. 16, a "gastropub" planning to open in Mount Vernon this fall, will focus on locally sourced Chesapeake-inspired cuisine, according to Marion Winik, the bar and restaurant's vice president of marketing. The North Calvert Street location - which will be run by the father-son team of Harry and brewmaster Ian Hummel - will also feature an on-site microbrewery that will serve patrons international and American styles of beer. Brew House No. 16 will operate out of a former firehouse, and part of the bar's name is the station's old number.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 15, 2014
Washington College and 2013 national champion Stevenson checked, bruised, and battered each other in a thrilling 60-minute NCAA tournament quarterfinal on Wednesday night at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills decided by a Jim Cusick goal with 22.5 seconds left to lift the visiting Shoremen to a 12-11 decision. There were some verbal whacks after the game, too. In his postgame interview with media, Stevenson coach Paul Cantabene expressed his displeasure with comments made by Washington College coach Jeff Shirk in an online article written by Jac Coyne for Lacrosse Magazine.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
Dead Rise Summer Ale, a new beer from Frederick-based Flying Dog, is named after wooden-hulled fishing boats that were built to navigate Chesapeake waterways. But you might call the new beer "summer in a bottle. " The Belgian pale ale is brewed with Maryland's favorite seafood spice mix, Old Bay. Flying Dog brewers worked with Old Bay spice experts for six months to develop the recipe, according to press information announcing Dead Rise. Proceeds from sales of Dead Rise, which will be available on draft and in six-packs from Memorial Day through Labor Day, will benefit Maryland's True Blue program, a seafood-awareness initiative developed by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
FEATURES
By Karen Harrop and Karen Harrop,Contributing Writer | November 28, 1993
Even our drinks are beginning to look like the '90s. At this year's holiday parties, you're likely to see a variety of lighter, lower-calorie alternative beverages, such as non-alcoholic beers and wines, coffees and flavored waters next to the traditional spirits.As consumer lifestyles evolve toward fitness and health, alcohol-alternative drinks continue to increase in variety and popularity.The club soda of the past has expanded to include flavors such as raspberry, kiwi-lime and peach, while coffee drinks range from mocha hazelnut to cappuccino and espresso.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1996
Dorian Brew wasted no time announcing his presence on the Ravens' roster, and the quiet rookie cornerback did not need to speak to make himself known.Back on Oct. 29, when the Ravens signed him off the Kansas City Chiefs' practice squad, Brew turned coach Ted Marchibroda's head in his first practice by running step-for-step with veteran wide receiver Michael Jackson in one-on-one drills.From there, Brew moved onto his first NFL game against Jacksonville on Nov. 10, when he showed impressive speed on special teams and recorded a tackle in that role.
NEWS
By Donna Ellis | April 2, 2014
Unless you've been held hostage in a Loire Valley vineyard for the past several years, you're aware that beer these days enjoys much of the cachet that used to belong only to wine. Indeed, boutique breweries abound on these shores, and it could almost be said that beer has achieved much the same snob appeal that wine enjoyed for centuries. The phenomenon has myriad adherents and has undoubtedly increased the sales of beer exponentially, arguably without really harming vintners' bottom lines, either.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2014
About 2,000 workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital have threatened to strike if the hospital does not agree to a wage increase of as much as 40 percent for some employees. A union representing the hospital's service and maintenance workers, including housekeepers and those who deliver food to patients, requested the increase because it said many of the workers rely on government assistance programs such as food stamps and Medicaid to support their families. The contract with the workers, members of labor union 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, was set to expire at midnight Monday, and the two sides continued to negotiate late into the evening.
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