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Meet Tim, Malcolm, and “one of the most unusual group of people ever.”
Tim and Malcolm own PITCREW, one of the most renowned skate shops in the country, here in our backyard of Frederick, Maryland.
In our most recent Support Local video spot, they explain what motivated them to open the shop and elevate Maryland’s skate scene.
For more on our Support Local initiative, come to our Local Bazaar at the brewery on Saturday, September 15. And like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for more information on how you can Support Local.
Once a month, we turn our taproom into an art gallery, showcasing a range of local artists and musicians. This Saturday is August’s Local Creativity Showcase with live music by Hard Swimmin’ Fish and the work of:
Artists Phyllis Liebman and Craig Gavin will also have work on display.
The showcase is free and open to the public (21 and older). It’s from 6 to 9 pm. Space is limited, so get here early.
Flying Dog’s finest are hitting the gritty streets of New York for an entire week. If you’re in the area, you don’t want to miss the badass events we have lined up:
- Monday, August 20
- 6 pm
- Valhalla Bar (Hell’s Kitchen)
There’s no greater way to celebrate local creativity than a good, old-fashioned bazaar with local artisans, live music, and craft beer.
The culminating event for our Support Local initiative, our local bazaar will feature demos by the artists featured in our Support Local video series, such as Chef Bryan Voltaggio, Pit Crew Skate Team, and the Charm City Roller Girls. We’ll also have food from farm-to-fork restaurants and educational activities on sustainable living by The Common Market.
Admission is free with all beer and food sold a la carte. We’re limiting it to 500 people, so get here early to make sure you get in.
A celebration of Maryland’s agricultural roots, each year’s batch of Secret Stash reflects the season’s harvest. This year, our Harvest Ale is an American-Style Wheat Ale brewed with local wheat and malted rye, along with local Cascade and Chinook hops.
For the actual brew, we invite all of the local farmers out to the brewery. And we put them to work:
Our brewers celebrate the arrival of the hops like we’re in a goddamn Disney movie.
Nothing awakens the senses like a healthy whiff of those green beauties.
He’s not old enough to drink, but he grows some damn fine hops.
If this view from the top of our hopback doesn’t make you drool, there’s no hope.
And no event like this is complete without a group shot. Behold, the motley crew behind this year’s Secret Stash Harvest Ale.
Secret Stash will be hitting shelves and draft lines in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC in mid-September.
“Our stories are our life.”
For Paul Reed Smith, there was no other option than to live a life of trying, even if it meant failure and pain, to get to a point where he contributed to the world. This latest installment of our Support Local video spots gives a glimpse into the life and story of PRS Guitars.
Shit, did anyone see that? Crap, I didn’t think anybody was looking. Wait, they had a camera? Oh God, how do I un-tag? They can’t have that many followers…right?
We’ve had those moments. Now, there’s a beer for it. UnderDog is the unforgettable lager for those moments you won’t soon forget. (Or, in most cases, that your friends won’t let you forget.)
We put together some of our favorite unforgettable experiences of the summer. Now, we want to see yours.
We’ll post our favorites as we see them. We’ll also share places that have UnderDog on draft, in bottles, and in the can throughout the mid-Atlantic, so you can keep those unforgettable moments flowing all summer long.
Our latest Brewhouse Rarities release pays tribute to an ancient German beer style that makes the combination of sweet and salty so passé. Introducing Gose, a sour and salty wheat beer brewed with coriander and a Maryland twist.
Gose originated in Northern Germany and takes its name from the river Gose, which is lined by mineral-rich aquifers that give the water a natural salinity. To imitate these traditional brewing waters, we added sea salt to the brew, along with coriander to make it true to style. We also added Old Bay to the brew, giving it a twist only Marylanders can provide.
On the sour side, we added lactobacillus to the mash and let it sour for a minimum of 36 hours. That sour mash is then added to a larger mash and processed like a regular brew. The lactic acid produced gives the beer a distinct tartness, which is balanced by the saltiness and spice.
A draft-only release only available in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, our Gose premieres on draft tonight at ChurchKey in DC.
The third installment in our Support Local video series puts you in the shoes of Baltimore’s Charm City Roller Girls. It’s their turn.
To Chef Bryan Voltaggio, food is more than just a sustenance. It’s part of an experience shared between family and friends that can be exciting, entertaining, and innovative.
In this second spot in our series of Support Local videos, we take a personal look at what food means to Voltaggio.
Through this eight-week Support Local initiative, we’re examining a range of artists — from the culinary arts to alternative sports — to expose you, the People’s Republic of Flying Dog, to the breadth of talent right in our backyard.