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Cameron – Beer Guide

 
Tell us about yourself!
As a native Baltimorean, a lover of beer and history, this right here is my dream gig. I studied history at Dalhousie University up in Nova Scotia, Canada, before returning back to Charm City in 2020. I love to read, spend time camping and hiking, and playing with my cat Noodle.

Favorite beer(s)?
I love a nice hoppy IPA, my favorite of those is Monument City’s 51 Rye.

What’s your favorite story from a City Brew Tour?
I had a company outing as a tour to celebrate hitting a sales target for their latest quarter. They all had such a great time at the breweries that when it came time to head back to their office, not a single one of them left Mobtown, our last stop. As I was driving the van back to the parking spot, I got a message from one of our other guides, Steve, who went to the brewery with his wife that he was now having a beer with the guys from my tour!

What do you love most about your city’s beer scene?
I love the long and storied history of beer in Baltimore and how after a long lull, brewing is back in full force in Charm City.

Why do you love being a Beer Guide?
I love sharing the history of beer. I studied history in college so imparting historical knowledge comes naturally, and beer has such a fascinating tale throughout much of human existence.

If you could have a drink with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?
Ernest Hemingway, to hear some crazy stories.

What’s an interesting fact about you?
I watched the 2018 NBA Finals from the top of a mountain in a lightning storm and I’m here to tell the tale.


 

Josh – Beer Guide

 
Tell us about yourself!
I’m an honest and fun loving guy. A homebrewer who is constantly getting into the next DIY home project. I’ve dabbled in all sorts of hobbies and activities from local kickball leagues to competing in national Pokémon card tournaments. I love broadening my horizons and connecting with people, and I’m ready for the next adventure!

Favorite beer(s)?
Maine Brewing, Dinner; Crooked Crab, Haze for Days; and I just had Cushwa, Atmospherical and I was very impressed.

What do you love most about your city’s beer scene?
Location and people. Baltimore breweries are always close to something. Sometimes, they are even walking distance from my house!

Why do you love being a Beer Guide?
Beyond my love of beer, I love beer culture. One of the reasons I was drawn to beer was the people involved with it.

What do you wish your city was more well-known for?
Food, hands down. People don’t understand how good the crabs are here, and there is great food all over the city that will reinvent your taste buds.

If you could have a drink with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?
Abraham Lincoln. I’d like to tell him all about his blockbuster film “Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter.”

What’s an interesting fact about you?
I was the drum major of my high school marching band.


Keenan – Beer Guide                                         

Tell us about yourself!
Baltimore born. Third culture kid. Newly mastered (2022) 🎓. RPCV. Community oriented, Cicerone Program Certified Beer Server.

Favorite beer(s)?
Amber ale, hazy/milkshake IPAs, pastry stout, barleywine, the one that’s in front of me.

What do you love most about your city’s beer scene?
It’s colorful, under the radar, tasty and welcoming.

Why do you love being a Beer Guide?
I enjoy showing new people Baltimore and beer, but also the instant gratification of seeing folks become social, at peace, and buzzed.

What do you wish your city was more well-known for?
The arts, entrepreneurship, beer.

What’s your favorite thing to do in your free time?
Lounge unapologetically.


 

Steve – Beer Guide

 
Tell us about yourself!
I’ve lived in 5 states and been to 49. I also love to travel overseas and try local food and drink everywhere I go. I like gardening and our local sports teams, the Orioles and Ravens.

Favorite beer(s)?
Whatever is local, though I am partial to IPAs and free beer.

What do you love most about your city’s beer scene?
Great beer and great people in our unique neighborhoods.

Why do you love being a Beer Guide?
Meeting people and sharing my knowledge about beer and our community.

What do you wish your city was more well-known for?
Our historic sites, and unique way of dealing with the 18th amendment.

What’s your favorite thing to do in your free time?
Read, garden, Michigan Football, be with friends and family.

What’s an interesting fact about you?
I have dual citizenship.

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