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October 4, 2011
Thursday marks the start of Baltimore Beer Week, so we asked our staff what they think about the brew's invention. •••• If the beer is made by Brewer's Art, then somewhere between the airplane and the microchip. If it's one of the diet beers from BMC, then somewhere below the ShamWow.  Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun •••• It's maybe not quite as essential as fire, but I'll definitely take it over the wheel.  Anne Tallent, editor,  b •••• Somewhere in between soap and the Dyson Ball vacuum.  Wesley Case, reporter,  b •••• Is there really a question about beer being No. 1?
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
When the owners of the Brewer's Art announced it would begin selling cans of their flagship beer, Resurrection Ale, in the summer of 2010, many Baltimore beer-lovers rejoiced. On Friday, those some fans will have another reason to cheer: Cans of Ozzy Ale, another long-time favorite of the Mount Vernon bar, will be available for purchase, partner Tom Creegan announced today. The first can of Ozzy, which has 7 percent alcohol content, will be cracked open on Friday at 4 p.m., Creegan said in an email.
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | November 5, 2000
Baltimore appears to be moving up the party scale with more specialty bars setting up in town. We made the rounds through the city's nightspots and came up with an informal cheatsheet to imbibing. Cheers. The Brewer's Art 1106 N. Charles St. 410-547-9310 Specialty: Microbrews and imported beer Got a hankering for a Belgian Moinette Farmhouse Ale or a Finnish Skullsplitter Orkney Ale? You can't go wrong at the Brewer's Art if you're seeking a particularly eclectic beer or if you're just looking to experiment.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2013
There was a flutter on Facebook yesterday over an article about Baltimore. A newspaper of some repute had engaged a writer with low esteem for the city to venture here and write about his discoveries. He followed a familiar pattern: Writer from the Big City comes to a quaint little burg and discovers that some of the locals have adopted bipedalism and tamed fire to cook their victuals. Then, with an air of condescension as pungent as the aroma that wafts off the Inner Harbor in July, he departs for civilization.
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By SAM SESSA | November 10, 2005
Brewer's Art Brewer's Art is one of the city's best places to plunk down and eat or lounge and drink, or both. Where -- 1106 N. Charles St., 410-547-6925 Web site -- belgianbeer.com. Notable -- The long list of beers includes selections from Italy, Germany, Asia, Scandinavia, France and North America. The bar also offers plenty of wines and scotches and about five house drafts -- one of which is the award-winning Resurrection Ale. Vibe -- When you walk into the upstairs bar and dining areas, it feels as if you've been invited to dinner at a homey, turn-of-the-century mansion.
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By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | November 16, 2005
One surefire way to test a french fry's resilience is to see if it lasts the car ride home. We ordered fries from four places around the city, but didn't eat them until we got back. Here's how they fared. Drifter's Raw Bar and Grill 1024 S. Charles St. 410-727-1355 Hours --11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily Drifter's seasons its regular fries, $2.10, with a little salt and garlic. This order was the largest and the cheapest of the four sampled. About an hour later, the fries still hadn't stuck to each other much or become too tough.
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By SAM SESSA | September 7, 2006
Reverent Fog Festival The lowdown -- You have no excuses to miss this weekend's Reverent Fog Festival, a free two-day blowout inside and outside the Talking Head Club. The roster of 20 or so bands includes Pissed Jeans, Air Conditioning, First Nation and the Donnar Parker Trio. Kid Congo Powers, a guitarist and singer-songwriter who has worked with Nick Cave and other artists, headlines Saturday night. Power trio Pearls and Brass, a '70s fuzz rock band based in Philadelphia, headlines Sunday.
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September 17, 2009
TODAY VANS WARPED TOUR 15TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: See some of the greatest moments and performances from the popular punk rock tour on the big screen. This two-hour concert film features performances by All-American Rejects, Bad Religion, Blink 182, Ice-T, Katy Perry, NOFX, Ozomatli, Rise Against and more. It screens at 8 p.m. at 400 theaters nationwide, including AMC Owings Mills 17, Bel Air Cinema 14, AMC Columbia Mall 14, Snowden Square and Bowie Crossing 14. Tickets are $12.50. Go to ncm.com/Fathom/ConcertsAndMusic/WarpedTour.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2012
The 10-day Baltimore Beer Week schedule is overflowing with food-related events, ranging from five-course dinners to pumpkin pancake breakfasts. There are tastings of beer with charcuterie, chocolate and cheese. Many of the dinners have limited seating and sell out fast.   Even before Baltimore Beer Week kicks off officially tonight with the Opening Tap Celebration at Power Plant Live, Big Jim's is convening a Power Brunch at Cross Street Market - get a three-beer flight of Flying Dog and a Big Jim's sandwich for $10.  The marquee dining events include the Stillwater Artisanal Beer Dinner on Monday at Fleet Street Kitchen, the Heavy Seas Brewery Dinner on Wednesday at Heavy Seas Alehouse and the Sierra Nevada dinner at Alewife on Oct. 27, when chefs from the Food Market and Roy's join Alehouse's Chad Wells.
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By Tim Swift | January 24, 2010
DVD 'Bright Star' : Amid the robots and starships last summer, writer-director Jane Campion gave us a truly rare film: an effective tear-jerker without affectation. Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish (above) deliver strong performances as the poet John Keats and his final muse, Fanny Brawne. It's a potent drama that sticks with you long after the credits roll. In stores Tuesday. CONCERT Of Montreal : Lady Gaga might have brought glam-rock back to the mainstream, but no one does glittery dance-pop quite like Kevin Barnes (above)
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2012
The 10-day Baltimore Beer Week schedule is overflowing with food-related events, ranging from five-course dinners to pumpkin pancake breakfasts. There are tastings of beer with charcuterie, chocolate and cheese. Many of the dinners have limited seating and sell out fast.   Even before Baltimore Beer Week kicks off officially tonight with the Opening Tap Celebration at Power Plant Live, Big Jim's is convening a Power Brunch at Cross Street Market - get a three-beer flight of Flying Dog and a Big Jim's sandwich for $10.  The marquee dining events include the Stillwater Artisanal Beer Dinner on Monday at Fleet Street Kitchen, the Heavy Seas Brewery Dinner on Wednesday at Heavy Seas Alehouse and the Sierra Nevada dinner at Alewife on Oct. 27, when chefs from the Food Market and Roy's join Alehouse's Chad Wells.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2012
Former Brewer's Art head brewer Chris Cashell has joined the Gordon Biersch Baltimore team. Cashell figures in the legend of Resurrection Ale, the wildly populuar flagship brand of Brewer's Art. It was Cashell who gave the Abbey-style dubbel its name, after he successfully "resurrected" the yeast that had died during the fermentation of the first batch. In 2009, Cashell left Brewer's Art to open his own restaurant, Parkside Fine Food & Sprits. The Harford Road restaurant closed after just over a year of operation.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 14, 2011
Chestnuts, oysters, butternut squash. Sounds like fall, and it is. The Hamilton Tavern and the Brewer's Art rolled out their fall menus this week. They're not posted yet on the restaurants' websites, but I have copies of them. Let's take a peek. At the Hamilton Tavern , Sarah Thall's new appetizers include crispy fried broccoli and cauliflower with a warm Resurrection-cheddar dipping sauce, house-cured salmon-and-potato pancakes and steamed mussels with Andouille sausage and Cajun butter.
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October 4, 2011
Thursday marks the start of Baltimore Beer Week, so we asked our staff what they think about the brew's invention. •••• If the beer is made by Brewer's Art, then somewhere between the airplane and the microchip. If it's one of the diet beers from BMC, then somewhere below the ShamWow.  Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun •••• It's maybe not quite as essential as fire, but I'll definitely take it over the wheel.  Anne Tallent, editor,  b •••• Somewhere in between soap and the Dyson Ball vacuum.  Wesley Case, reporter,  b •••• Is there really a question about beer being No. 1?
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By Wesley Case | September 14, 2011
Q: What could make March Madness better? A: Switch out the college basketball teams for Cheseapeake craft beers and hold it in September. The second annual Estrada Design/Build Chesapeake Beer Madness takes place at Park Place Annapolis Sept. 30 from 6-10 p.m. Sixteen local beers will face off, March Madness-bracket style, while area bands Swampcandy, E. Jospeph and the Phantom Heart, Eureka Birds and Skarkey & the Hammerheads perform. The event is presented by What's Up?
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | August 19, 2011
Brewer's Art. The Laughing Pint. Dionysus. These are just a few of the bars that made it onto last year's list of the top 50 bars in the city. It's time to rank them again. Except, this time we're expanding the list to 100 and ranking bars by categories . And, it's not limited to the city this time. We're looking at all of Baltimore's surrounding areas. Ten of the 100 bars will be entirely readers' picks. Later this Fall, we'll poll you to come up with the rankings. For now, what are Baltimore's best bars and clubs?
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 14, 2011
Chestnuts, oysters, butternut squash. Sounds like fall, and it is. The Hamilton Tavern and the Brewer's Art rolled out their fall menus this week. They're not posted yet on the restaurants' websites, but I have copies of them. Let's take a peek. At the Hamilton Tavern , Sarah Thall's new appetizers include crispy fried broccoli and cauliflower with a warm Resurrection-cheddar dipping sauce, house-cured salmon-and-potato pancakes and steamed mussels with Andouille sausage and Cajun butter.
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By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | February 10, 2011
If you've stayed away from the Internet or Baltimore bars in the past two weeks, you might not have heard that National Bohemian is back on tap. Owner Pabst Brewing Co. made the announcement in late January and has sold kegs of the historic Baltimore brew to at least 80 locations in Maryland. Some eight bars were selected to host official keg-tapping parties, and while most of them have happened already, there are two — White Marsh's Della Rose's and Columbia's Frisco Tap and Brew House — that will take place next week.
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By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2010
Most people use the Charm City Circulator to commute. But some people, a fraction of total riders, use it after 6 p.m., according to the Baltimore Department of Transportation. What for? The department doesn't know. It could be more commuting. I wondered, would it be possible to use it to barhop? Recently, I put it to the test. The challenge: five bars, one night, using only the Circulator as transportation. My only rule was to have only one drink at each bar. Within five minutes at my first stop, I'd had four.
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