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The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival Returns For a Day of Local Flavor and Fun
[BALTIMORE, MD – October 10] – Mark your calendars for Saturday, November 4 and raise your glasses, the 2023 Baltimore Craft Beer Festival is just around the corner! For one day, Canton Waterfront Park in Baltimore will transform into Maryland’s largest craft beer destination. This highly-anticipated event, organized by the Brewers Association of Maryland and co-hosted by Visit Hagerstown, promises a day filled with fun, music, delectable bites, and of course, an impressive array of Maryland’s finest craft beers.
The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival is a celebration of Maryland’s thriving craft beer scene. This year’s festival will feature dozens of Maryland breweries, ranging from the pioneers of the state’s craft beer movement like the Brewer’s Art, Brewer’s Alley, Heavy Seas Beer, and Pub Dog Brewing, to exciting newcomers such as Wico Street Brewing Co., and even breweries in the planning stages like Mystique Barrel Brewing and Lager House. With such a diverse lineup, every attendee is bound to find a unique and delightful beer to savor.
“The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival is the official celebration of Maryland beer in Charm City,” said Kelly Dudeck, executive director at the Brewers Association of Maryland. “We’re bringing together dozens of local craft breweries, along with artisans and musicians, to create an amazing party atmosphere. Plus, we’ve got something special – live judging for the Maryland Craft Beer Competition’s Best In Show, and we’ll be announcing the winner live on stage.”
This festival is dedicated to providing an authentic and enjoyable experience for all attendees. Event guests are invited to mingle with industry professionals and representatives from local breweries. More than 50 presenting breweries will offer an exciting lineup of beers to sample throughout the event.
In addition to the incredible beer offerings, the festival offers much more to tickle your senses. Shop to your heart’s content with a plethora of artisan vendors, savor mouthwatering bites from food trucks, and groove to the tunes of three fantastic live bands: the Derailleurs, Joe Keyes and the Late Bloomers Band, and Natalie Brooks Band. Attendees can even watch the final stages of judging for the Maryland Craft Beer Competition and learn first-hand who wins the coveted keg trophy.
Event tickets are currently on sale, with options to suit every beer enthusiast’s preferences. Beer Geek ticket holders will enjoy early entry to the event, access to exclusive beer releases, and an upgraded souvenir glass. General Admission Tasting Pass holders can also partake in the fun with entry to the event, beer samples, and a souvenir tasting glass.
But there’s more to this festival than great beer and good times. The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival is presented by the Brewers Association of Maryland, the local trade association dedicated to protecting and promoting Maryland’s vibrant beer culture. Each attendee at this event directly contributes to the support and growth of Maryland’s craft beer industry.
In the wake of the pandemic and dynamic changes within craft beverage alcohol, Maryland’s craft beer industry relies on the support of local enthusiasts. Join us in raising a glass to the spirit of craft beer and the vibrant Maryland brewing community at the 2023 Baltimore Craft Beer Festival. Get your tickets now and make memories that will last a lifetime. For event details and ticket information, please visit Baltimore Craft Beer Festival.
About the Brewers Association of Maryland
The Brewers Association of Maryland, founded in 1999, is the non-profit trade association of Maryland brewing companies. The mission of BAM is to grow, promote, and protect the Maryland craft beer industry. Representing more than 100 licensed, operating Maryland breweries, the Brewers Association of Maryland is committed to producing memorable beer experiences for craft beer consumers. Events produced and promoted by the Brewers Association of Maryland are fundraisers and directly benefit our craft brewing industry.