Visited on Fri Mar 11 and Sat Mar 12 in the afternoon. Place is about 5 blocks north of Camden Yards. Nice open space with about 40 beers on tap. Had a good selection of American crafts. Staff was very friendly. Changed the menu each afternoon so you always knew what was on. A great spot and highly recommended when in downtown Baltimore.
Very impressed. Alewife is a crackiní pub in downtown and about a 10 block walk south of The Brewers Art. The tap selection was solid with a good mix of hoppy, stouts, sours and even a mead from B. Nektar. The lady tending the bar was great, really friendly and chatty. Food menu looked awesome however I didnít eat this time. Attractive building with an inviting interior setting. Well worth a visit.
Popped in here on a Baltimore pub crawl. Newish looking, polished place with a good number of taps. Not quite as interesting a list as Maxís but some good stuff here. A little far from other good beer destinations and the street outside is a little on the sketchy side.
Been a few times while in Baltimore for events. Nice interior with a bunch of tables and a small bar, never too busy the times Iíve gone. Very nice draft list and a good bottle list. Decent prices. Food is mostly great. Bartenders are mostly friendly and attentive, though at times it can take a bit to get their attention. Definitely a spot Iíd return to when Iím in the area.
nearbeer (230) Knoxville, Tennessee | April 28, 2014| Updated February 1, 2015
Pleasant and comfortable atmosphere. 40 taps full of a good rotation of craft brews with a good regional selection. Service at the bar was excellent. Prices seemed a little high for the beers but not unreasonable. Went back a second time and ordered food. The menu was not extensive, but had some unique items and everything that was ordered by my group was excellent. Update Feb 1, 2015: Iíve been here about eight times now and this place always has at least 3 taps that I havenít had before and the rotating food menu is absolutely outstanding. Iíve had a few servings of seafood items that are invasive species to the local area that tasted absolutely delicious and that seems like a great idea.
A cool beer bar in downtown Baltimore. Pretty east to find on North Eutaw street a few blocks up from Camden Yards. Big space, looks like a converted bank. Plenty of tables, decent sized bar. We didnít eat, but the menu is decent sized and itís mostly pub food. 40 or so taps, 60 or so bottles. Everything on the tap list was well curated. Bottle list was the same. Slightly higher prices than you may pay elsewhere, but itís worth it. The night I was in, it was pretty quiet. Good vibe. I bet this gets busy on game days. Weíll definitely stop in again.
This is a fantastic place, though it was crowded every time I stopped in. About 40 beers on tap, though a few were out. Numbers of rarer things that Iíve not seen elsewhere. Food was good and service was fast. The bartender knew beer and that was nice. Great place and a great atmosphere, though slightly hipster.