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Maryland State Fair boasts strong, local beer list

Maryland State Fair

The deep-fried decadence of the state fair may get most of the attention, but the Brewers Association of Maryland has done the beer-drinking public a service this year by curating a beer list that should make any local proud.

The fair kicks off Friday, and the Brewers Association of Maryland will be serving the following beers (all brewed in-state) both weekends (Aug. 23-25 and Aug. 30-Sept. 2) from noon to 10 p.m. in the Maryland Foods Pavilion:

• DuClaw Brewing Company's Sweet Baby Jesus (a rich peanut butter and chocolate porter)

• Heavy Seas' Loose Cannon (India pale ale)

• Ruhlman Brewing Company's Black Knight (imperial stout)

• Pub Dog's White Dog (orange wheat beer)

• Raven Beer's Tell Tale Heart (India pale ale)

• Evolution Craft Brewing Company's Jacques Au Lantern (pumpkin ale)

• Flying Dog's Dogtoberfest (Marzen/Oktoberfest)

• Union Craft Brewing Company's Balt Altbier (German-style Altbier)

• Monocacy Brewing Company's Riot Rye (pale ale)

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