DrinkMaryland

 

North Beach (7/22/17)

 

 

&

 

Centreville (see you in 2018!)

 

A MARYLAND MAKERS FESTIVAL SERIES

The first of its kind, this event series features local wine, cider, beer & spirits. Plus Maryland artisans, farmers, music, food, and more!

 

Currently held in both Centreville and North Beach, DrinkMaryland has an open air farmers market feel, welcoming people of all ages to celebrate Maryland makers!

 

Browse local products, handmade crafts and enjoy live music and delicious food– all while learning about the local craft beverage industries of Maryland.

Tasting Passes

 

Advance Ticket Purchase Online: $20

Day of Ticket Purchase: $25

You must bring your ID to the event to get a tasting wristband!

 

All tickets include a stemless sampling glass and samples of Maryland wine, beer & spirits from attending vendors.

Entry into the DrinkMaryland event is free — attendees can shop the local artisans, food & event purchase bottles & growlers of craft beverages to go throughout the day but must purchase a tasting pass to sample.

Event is rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.

Please Enjoy Responsibly

As a nonprofit organization who supports Maryland agriculture we ask that you responsibly sample the variety of craft beverages from across the state to appreciate the local fruit and hard work that goes into them. We absolutely do not encourage drinking to excess or drinking and driving – please arrange a ride as you would any time you are partaking in an experience that involves alcohol.

Admission to this event is FREE. If you chose to purchase a pass to partake in the tasting, we ask that you attend with a designated driver. Those who do not purchase a tasting pass will still be able to walk through the festival, purchase local food, browse local crafts, enjoy live music, and purchase bottles/growlers to go. Open containers (other than the tasting glasses) will not be permitted at the festival.


DrinkMaryland:North Beach


WHEN: Saturday, July 22th 2017

WHERE: Downtown North Beach, 9023 Bay Avenue, North Beach, MD

TIME: 12:00pm-5:00pm

TASTING PASSES: $20 in advance • $25 day of

A tasting pass will get you a signature DrinkMaryland stemless glass & samples of MD wine, beer & spirits from all attending craft vendors.

DrinkMaryland: North Beach

2017 Participating Wineries

Bodegas Gonzalez Ruggiero (Cecil Co.)

Cove Point Winery (Calvert Co.)

Far Eastern Shore Winery (Talbot Co.)

Fiore Winery and Distillery (Harford Co.)

Fridays Creek Winery (Calvert Co.)

Great Shoals Winery (Montgomery Co.)

Janemark Winery & Vineyard (Prince George’s Co.)

Knob Hall Winery (Washington Co.)

Layton’s Chance Vineyard & Winery (Dorchester C0.)

Olney Winery (Montgomery Co.)

Port of Leonardtown Winery (St. Mary’s Co.)

Romano Vineyard & Winery (Prince George’s Co.)

St. Michaels Winery (Talbot Co.)

The Urban Winery (Montgomery Co.)

Whistle Stop Winery (Calvert Co.)

Crossroad Company- Winecream (Baltimore City)

2017 Participating Breweries

Calvert Brewing Company (Calvert Co.)

Gypsy Brewing Company (Calvert Co.)

Scorpion Brewing (Calvert Co.)

2017 Participating Distilleries

Blackwater Distilling (Queen Anne’s Co.)

Gray Wolf Craft Distilling (Talbot Co.)

Tenth Ward Distilling Company (Frederick City)

Twin Valley Distillers (Montgomery Co.)

Craft Vendors & Artisans

A Reason to Wine

Beltway Merch

Chandler Remodeling

Kurbaga Artisans

The Art of Belle

Indigo Moon

Passanantes

A.B.K. Wellness

Alliance Sports Marketing

Kara’s K9 Waffles

Ray’s Pork Rinds

Larry Ringgold

Jen Poteet

Jason Dunning

Catch of the Day Designs

Michael Tomassoni

Good Looks 24/7

Martha Lange

Bay Magic Pottery

Ruth Tickin

Gourmet Dteven

Ed Rupard

Anja Zander

Megan Witten

 

Music & Entertainment

12-2:30pm: Ashley Gaines

3-5pm: Suckerpunch

Sponsors

Thank you to Essentia Water for sponsoring bottles of water for our attendees and to Grandstand for sponsoring our glassware!

Spend the day... in North Beach!!

Explore North Beach!

Sip, Shop

&

Hit The Beach!

The town of North Beach will be discounting beach passes to all ticket holders! Folks with a tasting pass will be eligible for the $7 resident rate as opposed to the standard $17 per person.


DrinkMaryland:Centreville

See you in 2018!

2017 Participating Wineries

Boordy Vineyards Baltimore Co.

Crow Vineyard & Winery Kent Co.

Fridays Creek Winery Calvert Co.

Great Shoals Winery Montgomery Co.

Janemark Winery Prince George’s Co.

Olney Winery Montgomery Co.

Turkey Point Vineyard Cecil Co.

Whistle Stop Winery Calvert Co.

2017 Participating Breweries

Bull and Goat Brewery Queen Anne’s Co.

The Brewers Art Baltimore City

Calvert Brewing Company  Calvert Co.

National Brewing Company Talbot Co.

Ocean City Brewing Company  Worcester Co.

RavenBeer Baltimore City

2017 Participating Distilleries
Food Vendors

Catering by Jamie

Kent Island Crab Cakes

Smoke Rattle and Roll

Commerce Creamery Café Bistro (Ice Cream & Italian Ice)

The Pig Pit Cookery – No website. But trust us, They’re AWESOME!

Team Autism – No website just delicious food for a good cause!

 

Craft Vendors & Artisans

In the Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts Tent:

Fran Bleu – Fine Arts
Alloyed Earth Jewelry – Jewelry
Will Hemsley – Fine Art
Stephen Kuntz – Woodcraft
Eileen Johnson – Jewelry

 

Additional Maryland Makers:

Sally Clark (Fine Artist)

Rebekah Colburn (Novelist)

 

Jewelry

To Infinity and Beyond (Amanda Howell) – Hand engraved metal jewelry
• The Art of Belle- Jewelry, handpainted bottles and scarves
Chesapeake Shoppe (Lisa Christie) – Jewelry with a focus on items for dog lovers

• Fresca Frankie Recycled Accessories (Lisa Ford) – Unique line of handmade accessories fashioned from common recyclable materials.

 

Home Décor

• Kristin Seymour Design
Untucked Lifestyle – Artistic Athliesure and Creative Decor
• I Wood Again – R-epurposed wood materials

 

Ceramics/Mosaics

• Cromwell Ceramics
Chesapeake Sea Glass Mosaics (Susan Mayberry)

 

Varied items from Maryland Makers

Maryland With Pride (Chris Plater, The Project Resource Group) – Varied items from Maryland makers, including Mama Vida’s Salsas (blue crab and also a corn and beans for those that do not eat crab), McCutcheon’s and Jill’s (Fruit butters, preserves, spreads, Jellies), Otterbein Cookies and Jeppi’s Nuts.

Parking & Shuttle info

Parking Options

We are so pleased that you’ll be joining us for Centreville’s newest event – DrinkMaryland: Centreville – A Maryland Makers Festival. We want your stay to be fun and stress-free so we’ve created lots of parking options to get you to and from the festival as quickly as possible. All Shuttle Parking Lots and other Event Parking will be clearly marked.

 

Here is the link to the transportation map with both the shuttle parking lots and other all parking indicated. Simply enlarge the map and check out the various spots.
http://www.scribblemaps.com/maps/view/Event_Map/1hlGp2AXxK

Shuttle Parking Lots (Lots of parking & 3-4 minutes from event!)
We will be running free shuttle transportation from two large parking lots from the two major entrances to Centreville. The shuttle bus (a YMCA bus) will operate from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and will do a loop route to both lots throughout the day. You will be dropped off at the Shuttle Stop across the street from the event in front of the Liberty Building (corner of Liberty Street & Broadway)

The shuttle lots are located at:
Queen Anne’s County High School, 125 Ruthburg Avenue (Centreville, MD 21617) Most of you will arrive there from Rolling Bridge Road, off on Route 301. The turn for Rolling Bridge Road is marked by a blinking yellow light. You can access Rolling Bridge Road from both directions of Route 301. Once you make the turn, go all the way to the end of the road and make a left hand turn. The entrance to the High School parking lot is approximately .4 miles on the right.

 

160 Coursevall Drive, inside the Centreville Business Park (Centreville, MD 21617) You can get here from both directions of Route 301 as well. Once you get off the exit you will continue straight for about 1.3 miles. Queenstown Bank is on the right hand side. You’ll see the Business Park sign as well as the Shuttle Parking Lot sign. Turn right onto Coursevall Drive, and turn right again into the second driveway. This is the parking lot for the administrative offices of Compass Regional Hospice, not where the actual Hospice service location.

Other Parking Lots

These other parking options are smaller lots, so they may fill quickly. Centreville has street parking and meter parking as well. Please be cautious not to park in front of driveways. Remember you don’t need to feed the meters on Saturday.

Circuit Court Parking Garage
If you are coming from Chestertown this will be an easy lot to access. Look for the brick parking garage on the left hand side of the road before you get to Broadway. Coming from the other direction, you’ll need to pass the event and make a left into the alley after Danny’s Garage.

Powell Street Parking Lot (under the Water Tower)
This is another lot most easily accessed coming up Liberty Street from Chestertown. Make a right at the Everest Mart (on the corner of Liberty and Broadway) and make the first right onto Powell Street. This is a little alley after the Goodwill Fire Company. Drive toward the water tower. The parking lot is under the tower.

 

Queen Anne’s County Health Department Parking Lot (Off of Banjo Lane)
This parking is behind the actual Health Department Building, which is on Commerce Street. Access to the lot is from Water Street. Water Street runs in two directions and you would turn onto Banjo Lane.

Municipal Parking Lot (At the corner of Happy Lady Lane and Water Street)
This lot is also accessible from Water Street and is across the street from the Centreville Post Office (202 E Water St.)

Sponsors

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