The making of Mayland Harvest Ale, an old-fashioned beer brewed with local field corn for Carroll County Beer Week

After the inaugural Carroll County Beer Week kicked off Monday night at Maggie's in Westminster with a book signing with Baltimore food writer Rob Kasper, the festivities continue Tuesday with a special event at Johansson's.

Johansson's brewer Jay Lampart teamed up with Westminster's Dog Brewing Co. brewer George Humbert and Baltimore beer historian Maureen O'Prey to create a locally sourced, roughly historically accurate Maryland Harvest Ale, which will be unveiled and poured for the public at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Johansson's, in Westminster.


Tuesday will also see a Raven beer happy hour from 5 to 9 p.m. at Baldwin Station in Sykesville, for those sticking to southern Carroll County.

Carroll County Beer Week will continue through the rest of the week with five more events, including an added pint night at Spargos in Manchester on Friday and the Maryland Microbrewery Festival in Union Mills on Saturday.

To learn more about Carroll County Beer Week and a video about the historical beer making process, go to www.carrollcountytimes.com.



If you go

• Tuesday, Sept. 22: 5-9 p.m. Raven beer happy hour at Baldwin Station, 7618 Main St., Sykesville; 7 p.m. meet the brewer and Maryland Harvest Ale keg tapping at Johansson's restaurant, 4 W. Main St., Westminster.

• Wednesday, Sept. 23: 5 p.m. meet the brewer and pint night with Full Tilt Brewing at E. W. Beck's 7565 Main St., Sykesville

• Thursday, Sept. 24: 5 p.m.-8 p.m. meet the brewer and tasting with Milkhouse Brewery, 7556 Main St., Sykesville

• Friday, Sept. 25: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. free disc golf, $4 pints and $10 growlers at Ruhlman Brewery, 2300 Harvey Gummel Road, Hampstead and Steal the Pint Night with Full Tilt Brewing at Spargos, 3165 Main St., Manchester

For more information on Carroll County Beer Week, go to www.carrollbeerweek.com.