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Filling a Growler in Baltimore?

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hotel Apr 13, 2009 07:16 AM

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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    Chippewa29 RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 07:49 AM

    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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      hotel RE: Chippewa29 Apr 13, 2009 07:53 AM

      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?

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      ReggieL. RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 08:05 AM

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

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        hotel RE: ReggieL. Apr 13, 2009 08:19 AM

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

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          bmore_flavor RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 08:30 AM

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

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        pomme de terre RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 11:48 AM

        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.

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          Hue RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 12:08 PM

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

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            thecheeseisblue RE: hotel Apr 13, 2009 12:27 PM

            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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              Chippewa29 RE: thecheeseisblue Apr 13, 2009 01:09 PM

              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.

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                mulligan RE: Chippewa29 May 25, 2009 04:11 PM

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

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