by Richard Gorelick
The Baltimore Sun
10:27 AM EST, December 28, 2012
Full Tilt Brewing, Baltimore's newest craft beer producer, will release its flagship beer, Baltimore Pale Ale, on Saturday at the Americana in Canton.
The release party will be held from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., and the first pint of Baltimore Pale Ale will be poured at 8 p.m. Baltimore Pale Ale pints will be sold for $2 all night.
The founders and co-owners of Full Tilt Brewing are cousins Nick Fertig and Dan Baumiller. Full Tilt will also be launching its community support program at the release party. A portion of the cover charge and proceeds from raffle sales will go to the American Legion's Heroes to Hometowns project.
Full Tilt's beer is brewed at Peabody Heights Brewing, a co-operative craft brewery located in Baltimore's Abell neighborhood.
The Baltimore Pale Ale launch is at 8 p.m. at the Americana, 900 S. Kenwood Ave. Call 443-708-8466 or go to www.americanacanton.com.
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