by Richard Gorelick
The Baltimore Sun
12:25 PM EST, January 31, 2013
Founded in 2011, Union Craft Brewing has established itself as a player in Baltimore's craft-beer movement. Located in the shadow of the Pepsi sign, the brewery site, accessible to the Light Rail and with ample parking, is proving to be an accommodating venue for medium-sized events, indoor and out.
On Feb. 8, the brewery will host a Truck Party Food Rally, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participating trucks include Gypsy Queen, Kommie Pig, Kooper's Chowhound and Sultan. Guests can buy $4 pints of Union Craft beers. A disc jockey named DJ Boh Funk will spin records.
Then on Sunday, Feb. 10, the brewery is teaming up with Slow Food Baltimore and Charm City Food Tours for an afternoon event called Brewery Hops. The $45 ticket includes brewery tours, beer tastings and a three-course stationed meal throughout the brewery building provided by Birroteca. For information about Brewery Hops, call Charm City Food Tours at baltimorefoodtours.com.
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