“Cupids Curse” featured in 3rd Annual FeBREWary

News Release, Maryland Brewers Association

Join us in celebrating the 3rd Annual FeBREWary. We have tons of special events and activities planned throughout the state, all month long!

What is FeBREWary? By official proclamation of Governor Larry Hogan, FeBREWary is Maryland’s official month-long celebration of craft beer lovers, and with craft brew events on tap across the state, it’s the perfect time for a beer lover’s getaway. Breweries, ale houses and brew pubs are open across the state, so head to your favorite Maryland vacation destination and expand your brew I.Q. with a new style of beer from a local craft brewer, or cozy up with a tall mug of an old favorite in a bit of Maryland you’ve yet to explore. From the mountains to the beach, FeBREWary in Maryland is the perfect opportunity to hoist a pint with good friends in great places. #MDFeBREWary

What’s Planned?

Cupid’s Curse

In honor of FeBREWary, we have challenged the Maryland breweries to craft a unique beer to be called; “Cupid’s Curse.” Each and every recipe will be unique and will remain a complete secret until the first pour. Breweries will be tapping their Cupid’s Curse on February 1st, after the Governor’s official toast to FeBREWary.

Use the hashtag #MDFeBREWary to tell us which you liked best! Participating breweries include:

  • 1812 Brewery
  • 7 Locks Brewing Co
  • Brewers Alley Restaurant & Brewery
  • Brookeville Beer Farm
  • Calvert Brewing Company
  • Chesapeake Brewing Company
  • Denizens Brewing Company
  • Hysteria Brewing Company
  • Jailbreak Brewing Company
  • Monocacy Brewing Company
  • Red Shedman Farm Brewery
  • Rockwell Brewery
  • Scorpion Brewing Company
  • Smoketown Brewing Station

Love Thy Beer – February 16

Join the Brewers Association of Maryland at Love Thy Beer, the signature event of FeBREWary, Maryland Craft Beer Lover’s Month.

In the true spirit of FeBREWary, Love Thy Beer attendees will get the opportunity to chat with the experts behind Maryland beer in an intimate setting over seasonal ales. Think: stouts, porters, winter seasonal, sours & anything out of the barrel! Click here for more info & tickets

Make it a Destination!

Click here for a list of hotel packages crafted especially for FeBREWary on VisitMaryland.org

Calendar of FeBREWary Events

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David M. Higgins II

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