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Pratt Street Ale House could expand into other neighborhoods

Things are going well at the Pratt Street Ale House (206 W. Pratt St.) -- so well that owner Justin Dvorkin wants to open more locations around town.

Dvorkin is currently eying a spot in Federal Hill (he's mum on the exact location), as well as Pennsylvania. Both bars would offer Oliver Ales, which the Pratt Street Ale House brews.

"We're looking to expand and maybe take on another couple places in the coming years," Dvorkin said.

"We're trying to grow it as much as we can, while keeping the quality everybody knows." ...

Lately, the brewpub's cask ales have been in high demand in Washington, Dvorkin said. Brewer Steve Jones recently put out a chocolate stout that's 8.5 percent APV,

"We're starting to play around with some things," Dvorkin said.

(Baltimore Sun photo by Lloyd Fox)

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