We are continually amazed and are extremely grateful for the selection of Belgian beers we receive from these very small breweries, says owner Ron Furman.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
Beer lovers take note! Whether you like traditional ambers and lagers or prefer blondes, stouts, triples or even sours, there is something for everyone at Max's Taphouse 11th Annual Belgian Beer Festival set to take place Friday through Monday, February 13th - 16th, 2015 at Max's Taphouse in Baltimore, Maryland from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m. each day. Famous for its huge selection of bottled beers, 105 rotating drafts, over 1800 bottled beers and 5 beer engines, this particular weekend Max's will showcase over 140 different Belgian drafts and over 200 Belgian bottles of specialty imported beers, some of which will be making their U.S. debut. In addition, guests will have an opportunity to try Max's authentic Belgian food menu which will be available throughout the day. This event is open to the public. There is no entrance fee. You must be 21 years of age or older to attend. For additional information, please log onto http://www.maxs.com or call 410-675-6297.
Max's will feature an incredible variety of beers ranging in price from $3.50 - $12.00 for drafts in sample size and full size, and $6.00 - $70.00 in bottles. Some of the beers featured include Cantillon Gueuze, Struise SMONK 2011, Dupon Triomfbier, St. Bernardus Extra 4, Chimay Doree and Alvinne Phi.
This year, Max's Taphouse will feature daily special events with Stillwater Ales, Burley Oak Brewing Company, Oxbow Brewing and Perennial Artisnal Ales. These extraordinary brewers will be featuring Belgian inspired beers, some of which have been made with the assistance of Max's Taphouse staff members.
Max's Taphouse has also opened their beer cave to further entice Belgian beer lovers this year. Max's will sell some very rare bottles beginning Friday morning and continuing through the festival, while supplies last. Specialty bottles such as 3 Fonteinen Oude Kriek 2006, Cantillon Cuvee Des Champions 2005 and Lindemans Faro 2010 are for sale during this festival.
Monday, Max's Taphouse will be featuring sour beers. Sour beers have made a huge resurgence in the world of specialty beers. Max's will feature over 60 sour beers on draft and over 60 sour beers in bottles.
"Max's Taphouse has an extraordinary reputation with the smaller breweries in Belgium. We are continually amazed and are extremely grateful for the selection of Belgian beers we receive from these very small breweries," says owner Ron Furman. Casey Hard, general manager states, "it is always a pleasure to meet with the brewers and secure these rare finds for our annual Belgian festival to be enjoyed by so many beer lovers in America."
No where in the United States can you find an event with so many Belgian Beers under one roof. This year's Belgian food menu is enhanced by adding more Belgian culinary delights. "Our Belgian frites are so popular that we have incorporated delicious sweet potato frites this year," says food and beverage manager Bob Simko.
This is Max's Taphouse 11th Annual Belgian Beer Festival designed to showcase these incredible beers. Max's Taphouse is located at 737 S. Broadway in Fell's Point, is open daily from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m. (Kitchen open Sunday - Wednesday until 11 p.m., Thursday - Saturday until midnight). For hotel accommodations, please check Max's website at http://www.maxs.com