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Maryland beers you need to try

Maryland beers you need to try

In a state that is known for their crabs and black-eyed Susans, it is important to remember there are other things to experience, one of which is beer. Whether is summer and ninety degrees outside or you are sitting by the fire roasting marshmallows in winter, there is a beer in Maryland for every season!

One of the best in the state is Brewer’s Art Ozzy Ale. At 7.25 percent alcohol by volume (ABV), this beer is rich and strong but not harsh. The Ozzy Ale is great for any occasion and overall is flavorful beer with earthy and light fruit tones.

In second place comes the Heavy Seas Loose Cannon IPA with a 7.25 ABV. This beer attacks your olfactory senses and taste buds alike but is not overpowering like many IPAs tend to be. This is a great beer for warmer temperatures while having a light-hearted time in the sun.

Up next is Stillwater Cellar Door. This is a lower alcohol content than the previous two beers discussed as this beer has a 6.6 percent ABV. This is another perfect beer for the summer. This can be found at the Of Love and Regret pub and is revered by its loyal drinkers.

Brewer’s Art Resurrection is native to Baltimore and a fan favorite. This beverage has a 7 percent ABV and is as full-bodied as they come. With a solid kick to finish off the flavor, this beer will send your taste buds on a journey.

Next up is a very popular beer by the name of Flying Dog Doggie Style Pale Ale. This has the lowest ABV at 5.5 percent. This has a deeper color and contains crisp and citrus-like notes. Doggie Style is a beer that is great to finish off a long day’s work outside.

Heavy Seas Winter Storm has a 7.5 ABV and is a seasonal beer more for winter as the name suggests. This beer is filling and will leave you happy as you taste the light caramel and chocolate flavors.

There are many more beers native to the area; this was just a brief introduction. Come and try for yourself everything Maryland has to offer.