A fun place to drink with interesting beers on tap and a really friendly mix of patrons drinking here. There is a bottle list but not too much of note. A few blocks away from Of Love & Regret so easy to get a crawl going towards Max’s. Definitely check it out.
Rowhome sized bar just a few blocks off the square in canton. Narrow, but rarely overcrowded and most don’t know about the extra seating upstairs. The stars here are the staff and the "3-fers" (3 10oz beers for just $5). Limited number of taps, but they’re all craft beer along with 1 cask choice. Each weekday has it’s own associated food special and there’s a modest food menu if the special doesn’t interest you. Definitely recommend going on Monday with the 3-for-$5 special extending to 10pm along with $1 sliders and Alice working the bar.
Dropped by on the evening of 22/05/12. Our B&B was 4 or 5 blocks away, so rude not too! Fairly quiet but those who were there made for a decent enough atmosphere. Bar tender was first rate, happy to give advice, samples etc. Decent selection, largely east coast on tap. Paid little attention to the bottle menu tbh. Well worth popping by.
This is a nice, rather small place in Baltimore that does 3 10oz beers for $5 during Happy Hour. This includes nearly all their tap selections, and there is "no crap on tap" here; they relegate that to bottles. The taps were mostly Maryland brewers, though there were others. I highly recommend the crab dip and buffalo wings. This place could become my regular watering hole.
Great bar. Go here if you’re in the area. At least 15 taps of amazing beers and better than average bar food. Also very knowledgeable bartenders who provide friendly service. I would gush more about how great this bar is but just go. 3 10oz beer for 5 dollars everyday during extended happy hour.
Since this place isn’t in Fells Point or Mount Vernon, it doesn’t attract the college crowd. Instead you get a friendly neighborhood crowd. Atmosphere is pretty laid back. Selection is pretty decent and comprises many high quality brews. They have a rotating schedule so it’s wise to check their website because they get some gems from time to time. The owner seems to take his beer very seriously. Prices are about where they should be. This is the place to go if you want to avoid the zoo at Max’s or Brewer’s Art.
Small place with a great vibe. Friendliest and most welcoming local beer lovers I have ever met, some of whom even chipped in to serve when the place got busy. Food was classy pub fare, good stuff. Beer list was big enough, and obviously put together by a guy who cares a lot about beers. Definitely worth going out of your way to visit - if I ever move to Baltimore, I want to live in this neighborhood and be part of the scene!