As Harford County farms diversify and their owners try to figure out their future, the county's ag community hopes events like Sunday's annual Farm Visitation Day can keep people interested in the wide world of agriculture.
Tribune Company wants to find a partner to develop about 37 acres of unused land in Port Covington next to the Baltimore Sun printing plant, part of a broader push to make money from real estate holdings.
Kevin Plank's whiskey company has applied to trademark the "Triple Rye" product name and expects to settle on a location in the coming weeks. Initially planned for the site of Plank's 530-acre horse racing farm in Glyndon, the plant may be located in Baltimore City instead, Sagamore Spirit General Manager Brian Treacy said.
If you like Baltimore, beer and beer brewed in Baltimore -- and why would you be reading this blog, if you didn't? -- the trailer for Nick Kovacic's new documentary, "Brewmore | Baltimore," should be of interest.
The success of Maryland's bars, liquor stores and restaurants today results from lessons learned years ago when this nation banned alcohol, drove it underground and released a torrent of unintended consequences.
Both Black-Eyed Susan and Jailbreak are aiming to open in early 2014. Jailbreak, who has signed a lease for 10,000 square feet on Washington Boulevard in North Laurel, has tapped brewer Ryan Harvey from the Delaware-based Dogfish Head and plans to open Feb. 1. Levine, 32, declined to identify his brewer because of his current employment, and is targeting a February or March open.
Peabody Heights brewery in Abell will throw a party/open house for the public Saturday, 2-6 p.m., and give tours. The 1-year-old brewery is located in an old gingerale bottling plant. We see how its doing. It's a big operation, I'm told. Some community leaders from Abel, Waverly, Charles Village are expected to come.
The two flagship beers from Woodberry's Union Craft Brewing Company ¿ Duckpin Pale Ale and Balt Altbier ¿ will be sold in 12-ounce cans in Baltimore city retailers by Friday, according to co-founder Jon Zerivitz.
A Bel Air company that handled payroll taxes for many employers in the area is being sued by clients for allegedly stealing years of payments rather than sending them on to the tax collectors as required — leaving the companies on the hook.
Two companies are already out nearly $90,000 and more than $300,000, respectively, and those civil suits may be part of a larger investigation, and its wide-ranging effects, into the company in the 200 block of East Churchville Road that bills itself as "payroll specialists."
Alcoholic-beverage company Diageo pumped just over $50 million into upgrading its Baltimore County bottling facility, replacing 40-year-old equipment to make the plant more efficient — and give it a shot at growth.
Maryland's burgeoning agritourism industry is offering consumers yet another product to satisfy their hunger — or thirst. New legislation has generated a flurry of hops growing, barley malting and beer production at several area farms.