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Postby fatboy4life » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:10 am

Going to be heading to Annapolis soon. Besides the side trip to DFH are there any must visit spots?
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Re: Annapolis Md.

Postby Brewtime » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:36 am

fatboy4life wrote:Going to be heading to Annapolis soon. Besides the side trip to DFH are there any must visit spots?


DFH is in Delaware but if you are traveling via eastern shore check out Burley Oak in Berlin Maryland then Evolution Brewing as you go through Salisbury. Annapolis has a Gordon Biersh. Not much in the way of breweries. If you head into DC check out DC Brau they have a tap room and food truck. and if you are near a Du Claw restaurant they have solid beers.
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Postby fatboy4life » Thu Apr 30, 2015 10:42 am

Thanks for the reply. Always wanted to try some DuClaw beers, so will look for them.
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Re: Annapolis Md.

Postby rplace » Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:14 pm

Max's on Broadway in Fells Point (Baltimore) is a great beer bar. Tons of taps, casks and endless bottles. Great beer knowledge too.

http://www.maxs.com/

Annapolis to Max's is probably 30 minutes.

There is a bar right in the heart of tourist spot near the city dock that has a house beer made by.....oh, forget it I'll look it up for you.

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If you're looking for oysters and beer, you've come to the right location. Though McGarvey's Saloon doesn't feature live music, locals and tourists alike don't seem to mind. This loud and friendly establishment is known for its extensive line of beers on tap, especially the Aviator Amber Lager, made exclusively for the saloon's owner, Mike Ashford. (410-263-5700)



If you are up for music Ram's Head is a great venue. They get lots of big names (read has-beens). Pretty sure they make their own beer or they have brewing equipment on site. Decent beer, no reason to go unless you want to see music up close.

http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/
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Re: Annapolis Md.

Postby Brewtime » Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:35 pm

depends when he coming to the area Max's may be under Martial law by then
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Postby rplace » Fri May 01, 2015 7:20 am

Brewtime wrote:depends when he coming to the area Max's may be under Martial law by then


They better have the National Guard securing those taps....let the inner harbor burn, save Fells Point and Canton!
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Re: Annapolis Md.

Postby fatboy4life » Fri May 01, 2015 9:38 am

Leaving Seattle on the 10th and will be there till the 19th. Will have most evenings free I believe.
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Postby fatboy4life » Wed Nov 04, 2015 11:23 am

Since I was lurking around here again I realized I didn't post much following this. The trip ended up getting extended to almost a month. Pretty much 7 days a week/12+ hours a day. That being said I we had some great beer and food. Max's gets two thumbs up. We were working just across the river from the academy. The day before graduation and the day of graduation we were only about to work half days because of the Blue Angels practice/show. Strangely we were still able to watch the show from only 2 doors down from where we were working. Dogfish head gave a great tour if anyone hasn't been there. There's a pretty decent liquor/beer store at the city dock area where I was able to get some good brews to drink while there, Du Claw being one among many. Rams head was good. We ate out a lot but would have to pick Cantlers as probably my favorite. It reminded me of home a lot.

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