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Apr 13, 2009 07:16 AM

Filling a Growler in Baltimore?

I imagine places like DuClaw will fill a growler. Anyone have any other places that fill them or how much it costs?

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  1. Still have my DeGroen's growler, (damn I miss that place) but i get mine filled either at Appalachian Brewing in Gettysburg or Kclingers in Hanover. Since I live in Owings Mills I find it just as easy to head N or NW for beer.

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    1. re: Chippewa29

      Yeah, I live downtown so that's a bit harder for me, but I'll keep them in mind. Does anyone know if Clipper City fills them, and how much they charge?

    2. "The thirsty dog" now "pub dog" in federal hill is top notch.

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      1. re: ReggieL.

        I didn't realize they fill growlers there. Thanks. I've been there countless times.

        1. re: hotel

          I think Brewer's Art will fill a growler for you if you bring one in. Also, Red Brick in White Marsh might.

      2. Brewer's Art will fill a growler for you, as will Ellicott Mills Brewery in Ellicott City if you find yourself in Howard County. I don't know about Clipper City. I'd just call them at (410) 247-7822. They seem like pretty accomodating folks.

        1. Just edumacated myself on a "growler"....all those years we just used an old
          pickle jar from the back of the bar...

          1. I've filled growlers at a number of places in the area: Wharf Rat, Growlers (now called Baltimore Taphouse in Canton), Brewer's Art, and Max's. DuClaw isn't bad, but I'd stick with their seasonals.

            For Chippewa29: I heard that there is now a Buffalo Wild Wings in Westminster. They may fill growlers of their brews there.

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            1. re: thecheeseisblue

              The B'Dubs in Westmister has been there for at least a year, but beyond the TV's for a football or Stanley Cup weekend we still make the drive up to Kclingers for their beer on tap choices. (This weekend had a Yuengling Bock, North Coast Pranqster and a Bell's Kalamazoo Stout on tap)

              Or ABC had Cornerstone Espresso Stout on April 3rd which boasted an intense roast flavor from a blend of roasted barley and chocolate malt. With over 300 shots of espresso for the 140 gallon small batch it was deliciously smooth.

              1. re: Chippewa29

                Red Brick Station in White Marsh has growlers, don't know how much though.