The green-belt of Maryland is beginning to expanded it’s palate with its own craft-made brews, opening up a whole new world for the “farm-to-table movement.” Farms in The Old Line state are working to grow and harvest their own ingredients from hops to berries for a unique taste. It’s unfortunate that these beers are not distributed around the country, however because they are not mass producing, these farmers/brewers have the opportunity to create “flavor profiles that are off the charts”– as Randy Marriner, president of Manor Hill Brewing likes to put it.
After working hand-in-hand with their own ingredients from start to finish, it is hard to imagine that the final product could fall short of amazing. Learn more about these special farms/breweries via their websites: Manor Hill Brewing, Milk House Brewery, Red Shedman, and Ruhlman Brewery, or better yet, check them out in person! The Washington Post has even made some recommendations so be sure to order accordingly. We suppose it’s safe to say we now we know the true meaning of “farm house ale”