Join our flock.
What brings us together, as brethren of good beer, is a bitterness that runs through our veins. And from those veins, WE BLEED ORANGE.
Baltimore, here’s where Bloodline will be on special during every O’s game all season long:
Charles Village Pub (Towson location only) | Corner Stable (Columbia and Cockeysville) | Crazy Tuna (Essex) | Das Bier Haus | Don’t Know Tavern Full Moon Pub (Reisterstown) | Lighthouse Tavern | Little Havana | Magerk’s (Bel Air) | Mother’s Federal Hill Grille | Myth & Moonshine Tavern | Pickle’s Pub | Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel | Stan and Joe’s Saloon (Annapolis location only) | The Nickel Taphouse | Todd Conner’s
Get your Bleacher Beer, here.
New this season, Bleacher Beer is a crisp and crushable lager made for those of us who belong in the nosebleeds. Where can you crush it? It will be available throughout our great state of Maryland and inside Camden Yards all season long (hopefully into October):
And tap that cask.
We’re tapping some sweet casks this season with a new location.
We’re going to take our talents to South Beach and join The Heat. From fruity spice to four-alarm fire, our hotheaded Brewmaster Ben Clark presents four new releases exclusive to our 2018 Heat Series Pepper Pack:
Honeydew Jalapeño Wheat, 5.5% ABV
Finally, someone found a use for that goddamn melon baller. Bright honeydew melon and green, fresh-cut jalapeño meet subtle tartness from the beer’s wheat base.
Bird’s Eye Rye, 5.3% ABV
The reason why Eye of the Tiger will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. Spicy notes of rye and dried chili peppers meet citrus hop character and a touch of bready malt sweetness.
Bloody Mary Ale, 6.8% ABV
Brewed with George’s Bloody Mary Mix, habanero peppers and lime, predominant tomato and savory spice are complimented by habanero heat and a subtle smoky finish. Garnishes may include (but are not limited to): OLD BAY, lemon wedge, line wedge, celery stalk, green olives, mini gherkin, full-size gherkin, cheddar cheese cubes, jalapeños, jalapeño poppers, bacon, pigs in a blanket, cocktail shrimp, crab cake, brisket slider, bacon quarter pounder with cheese.
Scorpion Pepper Fruited IPA, 7.7%
The Scorpion Pepper may be dethroned as the hottest pepper on the planet, but it’s not disgraced. It will still rock you like a hurricane. Here it brings the heat alongside pear, blood orange peel and citrus hop bitterness.
On Saturday in our tasting room, we’ve got all four beers on tap alongside hot sauce pairings from local Voodoo Chili Sauces, hot pepper eating competitions, leather branding and fire dancers. (BYOAntiacids.)
Want more? Join us for brunch at Stan and Joe’s Saloon on Sunday, March 4 or check our Beer Finder to track down a Pepper Pack near you.