Craft beer lovers month may have ended (RIP, FeBREWary), but Baltimore is home to some amazing breweries that are worth enjoying all year. Celebrate all that’s hoppy, malty, or just plain funky with a visit to these local favorites.

Union Craft: Hop in a cab at Inn at The Colonnade and in less than 10 minutes you’ll be at Union Craft Brewery in the Woodberry neighborhood of Baltimore. Their Pilsner, Lager, Pale Ale, and Golden Ale are available year-round, while several more brews rotate seasonally. Free tours are available on Saturdays, while the taproom is open Thursday-Sunday.

Union Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave
Baltimore, MD
(410) 467-0290

Heavy Seas: Located in Halethorpe, MD, about 7 miles south of Hilton Baltimore and 5 miles north of Doubletree Baltimore-BWI Airport, Heavy Seas is one of the most respected breweries on the east coast. They produce 18 different beer styles, with IPAs, an Imperial Stout, Vienna Lager and more available year-round. Free brewery tours are available every weekend—their founder, Hugh Sisson, even leads a few tours a month!

Heavy Seas Tap Room
4615 Hollins Ferry Road
Halethorpe, Maryland
(410) 501-5188

Monument City: You can find Monument City east of Fell’s Point, just a 15-minute cab ride from the Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor and Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore. There, you can enjoy one of their four year-round brews (a Pilsner, American Brown Ale, Rye, and IPA) as well as 5-10 seasonally rotating or limited-release beers. Their taproom, a modern industrial space, is open Thursday-Saturday, with tours available by appointment.

Monument City Brewing
1 North Haven Street, Baltimore, MD
(443) 529-8131

Peabody Heights: Grab a cab and head 10 minutes north of the Embassy Suites Baltimore-Inner Harbor to the site of Old Oriole Park—that’s where you’ll find the largest brewery in Baltmore City, Peabody Heights. Their 2000 sq ft tasting room is open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday and offers plenty of space for large groups. Sample from their expansive draft list and enjoy the unique location’s connection to baseball history.

Peabody Heights Brewery
401 East 30th Street
Baltimore, MD
(410) 467-7837

DuClaw BWI: Flying through BWI? Before you head to your room at the Doubletree Baltimore-BWI Airport or the Doubletree Annapolis, grab a beer or two at the DuClaw Brewing Company restaurant (located outside of security at concourse B). Their 6 year-round offerings are brewed just a few miles from the restaurant, and they’re known for some seriously intense flavors—from Espresso and Peanut Butter Porters to Funky Wheat Ales.

DuClaw Brewing Company BWI
BWI Airport – Concourse B

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