Hosted by The Bmore Creatives
Hosted by Brendan Kelleher of Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
Join Barr Hill Gin & B. Willow at Wet City for BOOZY TERRARIUMS, a night of cocktails, plants, & crafts.
Collaboration with Hill Farmstead!!! A spelt saison (Saison d’Epeautre) with Amarillo hops.
Limited release English lambic brewed with dark malts.
One of the world’s best hefeweizens. Smells of clove. Has a subtle, easy drinking banana flavor.
Reissdorf Kölsch is a beer speciality from Cologne with a tradition starting 1894.
A blend of carefully selected sour beers from their barrel repository that have been ageing over the last 3 years.
Features aromas of bright citrus & resinous pine from the generous use of Citra, Amarillo, Cascade & Chinook hops.
Alvinne Oak Collection. Wild West (Omega aged in red wine oak barrels) matured with raspberries and cherries.
A lactobacillus sour dry hopped with Nelson & Azacca.
Limited release! Fresh unfiltered IPA. This beer delivers a creamy, fruity mouthfeel with a dry-hopping of Pacifica & Idaho 7.
Local. Easy drinker. On the hoppy side for a pale ale.
The yeast is pitched cold on this saison. A Crystal dry-hopping creates a dry finish with a fruity bite.
Brewed with Chinook, Citra, and Amarillo. Pale, pilsner, and midnight wheat give it a solid malt character.
Brewed with pineapple and Matcha Tea.
Citra & Mosiac hopped IPA.
Sour brewed with blood oranges. Sessionable as hell.
One of our favorite English breweries. Malts = Carafa Special 3, Golden Promise, Munich. Hops = Cascade, Citra, Columbus, Magnum, Nelson Sauvin.
Brand new DIPA. Aromas of fresh, citrusy tangerine, melon & light pine.
Limited Release! Bro, this was brewed with Zythos, Ekuanot, Citra, Lemondrop, bro.
A fresh new drop of the new limited release. The blend is now changing every year.
Roasted barley & dark malted barley = Extra Stout undertones of chocolate, molasses & dried fruit.
Limited release! This blended sour was aged in three different white wine barrels for 6 months, & fruited with mangos, blood oranges, & grapefruit.
Only brewed once! This version of Saison Rustique was fermented with the brettanomyces yeast strain “Drei”, to give it an even more pronounced character & an even drier & fruitier finish.
Mets (The Forest) is a black IPA brewed with spruce tips & blueberries from Estonia!
A collab with Brann Dailor from the metal band Mastodon. Mastodon Mother Puncher is a farmhouse IPA, ?packed with tons of funky flavors from brettanomyces & then mashed up with passion fruit.
White ale with berries & Amarillo & Mosaic hops.
Loved it so much we had to have it back! A classic pale Gose with dark malts and blackcurrants.
A 10% imperial stout, full of rich roasted dark malts, blended with fresh pressed coffee & then balanced out with bright & zesty pineapple.
Brewed with grapefruit peel, juice, & peppercorns. Oak barrel aged.
Made from spontaneously fermented & barrel-aged beer of at least 18 months in age. Aged in large oak foudres.
Tart and refreshing. Drinks like a sour.
A blend of several oak barrels that have been patiently aging for up to 3 years. The result is a beer with flavors that are sour, wine like, and very assertive.
A classic American Cream Ale, with its soft and full mouthfeel and gentle graininess. Infused with carefully selected, locally roasted, coffee.
Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter & imported chocolates, & 2 types of coffee.
Nordic-inspired Farmhouse ale. Medium-bodied with notes of juicy stone fruit & a touch of lingering smoke.
Tell us if you need the spice turned down. Sauce contains pork.
Why do we call ourselves Wet City? When the rest of the nation went dry during Prohibition, Maryland was the only state that refused to pass an enforcement act to support the federal restrictions. Instead, Maryland was determined to keep on drinking despite pressure from the feds and other states. Thanks to stubborn, free-thinking Maryland rule-breakers, the Chesapeake Bay became the prime port of call for the nation’s bootleggers, making Maryland the wettest state in the union.
Our fair city of Baltimore served as the nation’s center of resistance to prohibition and you better believe that sales and consumption of alcohol kept on keeping on right up until the rest of the nation caught up with us and repealed Prohibition. We love calling Baltimore our home and think this wet city’s history is worth bragging about.