Best Craft Beer Bars in Baltimore

The 7 Best Craft Beer Bars In Baltimore

Find yourself travelling through the United States in search of the best craft beer? If you’re not planning on stopping off at one of the best craft beer bars in Baltimore then you’re missing out on some quality brews.

This Maryland city is teeming with great spots where you can enjoy a locally-brewed craft beer or even sample a flight of tasty brews from all over the country and beyond. Simply put, you definitely won’t be strapped for choice when it comes to craft beer bars in Baltimore.

So, what’s on tap? Only the best of the best, at least if you visit any one of our picks for the seven best craft beer bars in Baltimore.

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1. Max’s Taphhouse

With over 150 taps, five hand pumps, and over 1,000 bottles from around the world, it’s easy to see what makes this one of the best craft beer bars in Baltimore. People all over the US make their way to Max’s in order to experience the Belgian Beer Festival they put on each year. If you’re in town, we highly suggest a visit, but you can head there any time of the year and enjoy yourself.

Max's Taphouse Bar

2. The Brewer’s Art

The Brewer’s Art is accessed via a subterranean entrance, giving it a bit of a unique, mysterious vibe unlike any other craft beer bar in Baltimore. The place itself is both a romantic restaurant and a trendy craft beer bar, making it a well-rounded place for date night. Belgian beers are brewed on site and served from the taps. Sample a few and settle on your favourite. Then, enjoy it in the dimly-lit setting.

Best Craft Beer Bars in Baltimore

3. Of Love & Regret

This one’s for all the beer nerds. Of Love & Regret is your go-to spot in Baltimore if you enjoy rare imports and unique collaborations from breweries in town. Craft drafts and cocktails pair well with the tasty gastropub fare that they serve. All in all, you’ll enjoy the 27 craft beers they’ve got on tap. But, their well-priced bottomless brunch is also worth a try or two. Bubbles and booze? We’re so in.

Baltimore Best Craft Beer Bars

4. The Brass Tap

After a bit of variety? The Brass Tap offers over 150 craft beers from around the globe , ensuring even the thirstiest of beer aficionados will find something new to taste. The neighborhood atmosphere of the bar feels both relaxed and upscale, making is incredibly easy to spend an entire afternoon here sampling brew after brew. With so much choice, you’re going to have to head back for more than a few rounds.

Best Craft Beer Bars in Baltimore

5. Mahaffey’s Pub

If you’re new to craft beer in Baltimore then Mahaffey’s Pub is a great starting point for you. Not only do they offer a cask, 20 drafts, and more than 90 domestic and imported bottles, but their menu makes choosing between them all pretty easy. Pork sandwiches, fried pickles, and some seriously tasty burgers are great for the munchies you’ll inevitably feel after indulging in craft beers here all afternoon.

6. Wet City

If you’re making your way through Maryland and feel interested in sampling local Baltimore beers, there’s no better place for you than Wet City. The minimalist space is spiced with unique decor that makes it feel trendy and inviting. Elevated bar bites and a rotating craft beer list, however, truly make it an attractive spot for anybody who’s looking for a delicious break from exploring the city.

7. Brewer’s Cask

Spend some time exploring Baltimore’s Federal Hill. Then, retreat inside of Brewer’s Cask to indulge in some American craft beers. The nightly specials they offer make it a great option for budget travellers who need to save without sacrificing quality. And, seeing as the bottle list extends to include over 50 options, you’ll certainly have more than your fair share of brews to choose from.

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Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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