If you're looking for house-brewed beers in the heart of the Pratt Street corridor, the Ale House has you covered, along with an expansive menu of pub grub.
Unless you’re a beer geek, the term “real ale” might bemuse you. Fear not, Baltimore’s Fizziest Alt-Weekly has your back. Real ale is beer that hasn’t been carbonated with CO2; rather, it’s been put into a cask (usually steel, sometimes wooden) with an infusion of active yeast. So it’s still bubbly when you knock back a pint, but it’s also creamier and softer than standard draft beer. Oh, and it’s not as cold. If that sounds like something you’d like to swill all afternoon (we would), check out the Chesapeake Real Ale Festival, which touts casks from breweries both local (Heavy Seas, Union, DuClaw) and far-flung (Terrapin, Ballast Point, New Belgium). (Jenn Ladd)
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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