Visitors to the Baltimore Museum of Industry can interact with the technologies which forged the Industrial Revolution. Exhibits include recreated workshops of machining, printing, garment-making and metalworking, as well as local inventions from the first disposable bottle cap to modern radar. There are also lots of hands-on activities for kids.
Sip on local beers and learn about the brewing process while enjoying dishes by local chefs designed to compliment the brews.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry houses exhibits dedicated to local-turned-national heavyweights such as McCormick and Domino Sugar, but tonight the BMI hosts an event focused solely on the uber-local. Baltimore beer pioneer and Heavy Seas brewery founder Hugh Sisson (pictured) teams up with Whiskey Island’s founder, Mick “the Pirate” Kipp, for a beer-and-food tasting. Sisson, who also co-hosts WYPR’s Cellar Notes, serves up five Heavy Seas brews while CP’s 2004 “Best Pirate” pairs signature dishes with the savory suds. Enjoy the flavors of locally sourced and produced dishes, like a baked apple medley with a beer-infused cream sauce paired with Winter Storm, or the veggie chili paired with Loose Cannon. Sisson and Kipp will also explain the processes of brewing and pairing. Give your local watering hole a break and spend a night taking in what makes Bmore great. (Brandon Parker)
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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