Saturday, September 20
Bond Street Wharf, Fell’s Point
1401 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
VIP Exclusive, Noon - 2pm
GA, 2pm - 6pm
Tickets On Sale: 7.24.14
Reap the Bounty of Maryland Beer
Reap The Bounty of actively supporting the Brewers Association of Maryland (BAM) by attending this craft beer and food sampling event at the Bond Street Wharf in historic, Fell’s Point, Baltimore. Enjoy Maryland’s finest beer amongst the cobblestoned streets and waterfront views in one of Baltimore’s most celebrated neighborhoods. With 24 Maryland brewing companies pouring more than 150 unique, fresh and local craft beers, this event is not to be missed!
We’re excited to announce this year the Harvest becomes even more complete with the addition of two of Maryland’s finest cider makers, Millstone Cellars and Distillery Lane Ciderworks!
Complete with local top Chefs Bryan Voltaggio, Spike Gjerde, Rodney Henry, Keith Long, Chris Marquis, Marc Dixon – plus the return of The Choptank Sweets Oyster Bar – this Harvest could not be a finer Old Line State celebration! Also new this year , attendees to the Maryland Brewers’ Harvest tickets INCLUDE each Chefs’ pairing for your enjoyment, with additional food available, including local oysters, a la carte.
BAM members will be showcasing many of their small-batch and unique beers, particularly those with locally-sourced ingredients to celebrate the Harvest! Join us, rain or shine to support and celebrate #MdBeer!
Participating Brewing Companies
Tuscarora Red Ale, dry-hopped w/experimental hop variety 5256 (cask)
Highway to Helles Maibock
Catoctin Clear Blonde Lager
LB Indian Summer Wheat, w/local hops and wheat
Barrel-Aged Oatmeal Stout (aged in Woodford Reserve & Jack Daniels barrels)
Oktoberfest Lager (Marzen, cask)
Kolsch, IPA (English-Style IPA)
1634 Ale (Herb & Spice Beer w/molasses, caraway & rye)
Oatmeal Stout, Blueberry Wheat (Fruit Beer w/pureed blueberry)
1812 Double Brown Ale (English-Style Brown Ale, Smithsonian)
First Draught (Belgian-Style Dubbel, 150th Annv US Civil War)
6 Year Twitch (Belgian-Style Tripel, 6th Anniversary Ale)
St Michaels Ale (Amber)
Orange Blossom Honey (Saison w/local honey)
Permanent Midnight (Imperial Porter w/local molasses)
Bloodline (blood orange IPA)
Galaxy (single-hop Imperial IPA), Hoppy American Wheat)
The Truth (Imperial IPA)
The Fear (Imperial Pumpkin Ale w/local pumpkin & toasted oak chips)
Easy IPA (Session IPA), Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale)
Dogtoberfest (Marzen w/100% German ingredients)
Hop Harbor (DIPA, pre-release pouring!)
Baltimore Pale Ale (APA)
Full Tilted BPA (oak-aged IPA)
Patterson Pumpkin (Pumpkin Beer)
Berger Cookie Chocolate Stout (sweet stout)
Siren Noire (barrel-age Imperial Stout, 01/14 Vintage)
Plank III (wood-aged Tripel w/Jamaizan allspice wood)
Holy Sheet (barrel-aged Dubbel in brandy barrels)
BIG DIPA (Double IPA)
Yule Tide (Imperial Red w/Ginger, aged in rum barrel, 2013 vintage)
Loose Cannon (IPA)
Assorted Casks of Real Ale
Riot Rye Pale Ale w/Maryland grown and malted rye)
HL Rex (Session Pale Ale)
Brewtus (Coffee Imperial Stout w/locally-roasted whole bean coffee)
Pumpkin Ale (Pumpkin spiced)
Imperial Dog (DIPA)
White Dog (Belgian-Style White)
Fest Dog (Oktoberfest-style lager)
Pendulum Pils cask
Tell Tale Heart IPA cask w/citra & simcoe
The Cask (Doppelbock)
Raven Lager (Vienna Lager)
Tell Tale Heart (IPA)
Big Sticke Alt (Altbeir, cask)
Daily Crisis (IPA)
Big Sticke Alt (Altbier)
Something Red (Red Ale)
Old Crab (Barleywine)
Big Skeeter (Pale Ale)
Oreo Stout (Stout made w/condensed milk & oreo cookies)
IPA, Fuggles Brown (Brown Ale)
Red Ale, LeWac (Amber Ale)
Rebel Rye (Rye Ale)
The Weekend (Pale Ale), TBD (IPA )
Boardwalk Blonde (Blonde Ale)
Downtown Sugar Brown (Brown Aler)
18th Anniversary Beer (Biere de Garde w/Japanese Persimmon)
Sangreale (Red Saison)
Canard, Doup de Boule (Grand Cru)
Porch (Summer Ale)
Bread & Cheese (1814, North Point!)
Sublimation (Blonde Ale)
Seven Beauties (Rye Ale)
Foxy (Red IPA, dry-hopped cask)
Old Pro (Gose, cask w/local peaches)
Balt (Alt Beer)
Anthem (Golden Ale)
Foxy (Red IPA)
BA Chessie (whiskey barrel-aged Barleywine)
Royal (Farmhouse DIPA)
Lost Souls (Stout)
Route 50 (Pale Ale)
Joshua’s Red (Irish Ale)
Goldie’s (Best Bitter, cask w/farm grown hops)
Stairway (IPA, w/farm grown hops)
East Coast (Pale Ale, w/farm grown hops)
Dollyhyde (Farmhouse Ale, w/farm grown hops)
Red Eye (Porter, w/farm grown hops)
Midnight Mistress (Pumpkin w/dark rum and vanilla bean soaked pumpkin pie, Cask)
Meyer Lemon (IPA)
Reckless Ascension (IPA)
GA: Sour Power (Berliner Weisse, w/blood orange juice)
Reckless Ascension (IPA)
Midnight Mistress (Pumpkin w/local butternut squash)
Dankenstein (Rye IPA)
Marc Six (Blonde)
Line Stepper (Pale Ale)
Jack Straw (IPA)
Forbidden (Honey Apple Ale w/fresh McCuthcheon’s cider)
Barrel-Aged Dusk till Dawn (Imperial Stout in bourbon barrels)
Welcome to Scoville (Jalapeno IPA)
Big Punisher (Double IPA)
Dusk till Dawn (Imperial Stout w/locally-roasted espresso)
Carrot Cake (Amber/Brown Ale w/fresh carrots, cinnamon, vanilla bean, nutmeg, lactose)
Spring Migration (Golden Strong Ale aged in rum barrels)
Fall Migration (Belgian Pale Ale aged in Chardonnay Barrels)
Nouveau Rouge (Sour Red, Batch #3)
Jacques au Lantern (Belgian Amber)
Lucky 7 (Porter)
Lot #3 (IPA)
Exile Red (Red/ESB)
Battle of Bladensburg (American-Style Saison)
A Farewell to Farms (American Session)
Don’t Believe The Hype (DIPA)
Barrel-Aged Sea of Spears (Red Wheat Ale aged in bourbon bbls)
Barrel Aged Creeper #5 (Belgian-Style Rye aged in bourbon bbls)
Riding Easy (Session Ale)
Creeper #6 (Belgian-Style Pale Ale)
Black Code (Black IPA)
Harvest Ale (Wet Hop Harvest Ale, local hops)
Perilous Fight (American IPA)
Heartbreak America (British IPA)
Modern Life is Rubbish (Victorian Porter )
You Made Me Realise (British Table Beer)
Pearry (oak barrel-aged, tart & dry, Pear Cider)
Sidra Americana (funk forward, Spanish-style cider)
Heirloom X (hand-selected (blend of barrels & varietals)
Farm Gate (oak-aged American traditional cider)
Hopvine (oak-aged, dry-hopped cider w/Md grown cascade hops)
Celebration (Sparkling Cider, dry, made w/locally grown apples)
Food & Entertainment
The winners of the annual Comptroller’s Cup will be announced with the overall best beer in Maryland 2014 awarded as Best In Show!
Hop on the BAM Bus
Brewing Companies have organized all-inclusive round-trip bus tours, which include admission to the Maryland Brewers’ Harvest.
Southern Maryland: Please contact Ruddy Duck Brewery & Grill for more details & to purchase!
Frederick: Together with the Frederick News Post, Frederick BAM Members are offering VIP Admission + R/T transportation from Barley and Hops Grill & Microbrewery, click here for more details!
BAM has carefully chosen local food purveyors to offer a food pairing to each guest with additional a la carte food available.
VIP $65 in advance, $70 day-of
Unlimited Beer Sampling
VIP Food Pairing from each Chef
VIP BAM Tasting Glass
Exclusive Noon-2pm Event Access
Small-batch beer tastings
Maryland Beer Colloquium
Comptroller’s Cup Awards
GA – $35 in advance, $40 day-of
10 Sampling Tokens (hearty 4 oz pours)
Food Pairing from each Chef
BAM Tasting Glass
MARYLAND BREWERS’ HARVEST
The Maryland Brewers‘ Harvest is presented by the Brewers Association of Maryland (BAM), the non-profit trade association of Maryland brewers. Brewers’ Harvest proceeds go directly to fund the mission of BAM, to promote and protect Maryland Craft Beer. Please tag #MdBeer within social media posts.
- The event is held rain or shine, outside at Bond Street Wharf, located at 1401 Thames St in historic Fell’s Point, Baltimore, MD 21231.
- Additional Tokens Available for Purchase On-Site for $1 ea.
- No pets other than service animals, please.
- No outside food/drink allowed. No re-entry to event.
- This event is 21 years or older with valid ID needed for admission.
- Designated Driver(s) may enter event at any time when accompanied by VIP or GA ticketed guest(s).
- Tickets only for sale day-of, if available. Please check back for SOLD OUT updates.
The Brewers Association of Maryland (BAM), founded in 1996, is the non-profit trade association of Maryland brewing companies. The mission of BAM is to promote and protect Maryland craft beer.
The Maryland brewing industry dates back to the American colonial period, when the first brewing company in the colony opened in Annapolis in 1703. With a rich history of over 300 years, BAM is committed to continuing the proud tradition of crafting world-class beer in the Old Line State. Maryland craft brewers continue to grow and support local communities, from small business owners to the family farm.
BAM currently sponsors two annual Beer Events – the Maryland Craft Beer Festival in Frederick and Brewers’ Harvest in Baltimore. BAM encourages responsible enjoyment of Maryland beer and all alcoholic beverages by legal age adults.