Inside Baltimore’s burgeoning craft beer scene, worts and all
Union Craft Brewing
“One of our big goals is to kind of show Baltimore how proud we are of [it]”
The Brewer’s Art
“The birth of the craziness of the beers we like to do had its roots in the Belgian beer scene.”
Heavy Seas Beer
“The character of Baltimore beer drinkers has changed, in some ways; and in some ways, it’s absolutely the goddamn same,”
“The brewers, the owners, they’re doing it for a reason and that reason is not just money.”
DuClaw Brewing Company
“We don’t want to grow too fast, but we always want to be at capacity, whatever we do,”
Peabody Heights Brewery
There is a “new craft movement.” “And I think I will be proud to say later, ‘I was part of that.’”
Film Review: Drinking Buddies
Directed by Joe Swanberg
Plays at the Charles Theatre Oct. 23 7:30 p.m.
You’ll be thirsty while you’re watching Joe Swanberg’s latest effort.
Libricide in the name of booze
Film and TV Tour
There’s a scene in the eighth episode of Season 1 of The Wire where Wee-Bey heaps a healthy dollop of horseradish onto a pit beef sandwich and says, “The trick is not to give a fuck, boy. I got this.”
A city’s bar scene provides some of the most essential insights into its character: their patrons, their atmospheres, their prices reveal much.
Breweries and Wineries
Whether you’re kicking back on the weekend or just visiting, there’s nothing so pleasant as traveling to the actual brewery or winery that produces the boozy goodness that flows through a city’s taps and glasses.
Physical comedy takes a backseat to contemporary commentary
Springfield Farm in Sparks is one of the few places to get free range Narragansett turkeys—just like the colonists had
Life of Pi
Ang Lee explores another dimension in his latest
Honest Abe achieves silver-screen sainthood
Helen Hunt as a sex surrogate for a polio survivor
Barry Levinson explores the bay’s ills in horror movie
Directed by Barry Levinson
Opens at the Charles Theatre on Nov. 2
Creepy-crawlers on steroids star in The Bay, Barry Levinson’s new eco-horror film. Fed on tons of chickenshit runoff in the Chesapeake, schools of underwater isopods (Google it) ha