Visit Baltimore is launching a program to encourage local residents and visitors to sip their way through the city’s bars, restaurants and breweries for discounts on drinks throughout the summer.
The summer Baltimore Beverage Passport promotion runs June 5*-Aug. 31, during which customers can show passport booklets at participating bars, restaurants and breweries and collect stamps and receive discounts on certain drinks.
The free booklets are available for guests 21 and older at the Baltimore Visitor Center at 410 S. Light St. in the Inner Harbor.
There are 27 bars and restaurants participating in the promotion, including Alma Cocina Latina, the Big Bean Theory, Bob’s Bar, Brew House No. 16, Game, Johnny’s, Max's Taphouse, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood and Steak, Pickles Pub, The Nickel Taphouse, Union Craft Brewing Co. and Verde.
Some of the specials include $2 off a flight of house beer at Brew House No. 16, buy-one-get-one-free drafts at Max’s Taphouse, and half-off the Violent Delights cocktail at Verde. The full list of participating restaurants and bars, as well as their specials, is available on Visit Baltimore’s website.
Each time passport holders order one of the drinks on special, they can receive a stamp in their passport book. Those who collect at least 10 stamps can return to the Baltimore Visitor Center for a free keepsake glass.
*Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the start date for the program. The Baltimore Beverage Passport launched June 5. The Sun regrets the error.
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