Located in the old No. 16 firehouse in Baltimore’s Historic District, Brew House No. 16 is a neighborhood restaurant and brewery with hand-crafted beer and farm-to-table cuisine. Owned and operated by co-owner Harry Hummel and his son Ian, head brewer, the duo spent two years restoring and refurbishing the fire hall to the highest standards of comfort and beauty. Constructed between 1904 and 1908, the old firehouse that’s now Brew House No. 16 was reimagined by Harry, an architect by trade, who spared no expense in meticulously renovating the space, which was a working station until 1989 standing proudly at the corner of Calvert and Read streets, paying homage to its former incarnation.
With the help of the executive chef’s elevated take on hearty dishes and Ian Hummel’s bold yet drinkable brews, Brew House No. 16 offers a vibrant spot to meet, dine, drink and relax for locals in the Mount Vernon cultural district. In addition to their own selection of beers, brewed right on site, their menu features the very best that the region’s farmers, fisherman, and craft-breweries have to offer. So, let our beer experts guide you through this one-of-a-kind farm-to-table, barley-to-glass gem that is guaranteed to be five-alarm awesomeness. (Yeah, that’s a firehouse callback. We’re clever like that.)
831 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21202