We are very fortunate to get what we receive from the belgian breweries for this festival that is now known all over the world.
Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
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 the Max's Taphouse 10th Annual Belgian Beer Festival set to take place Friday through Monday, February 14th - 17th, 2014 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; 108 rotating drafts, over 1800 bottled beers and 5 beer engines, this weekend Max's will showcase over 200 different drafts and almost 300 bottles of specialty imported beers, some of which will be making their U.S. premier. 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.
There will be an incredible variety of beers ranging in price from $3.50 - $12.00 for drafts in sample size and full size, and $6.00 - $60.00 for bottles. Some of the beers featured include Struise Blackberry Albert, Seef Bier, Tilquin Gueuze and Gueuze Fond Tradition Kiek. Furthermore, Max's will feature beers from breweries such as Bastogne, Lupus, Verzet, Fantome, Cantillon, De Dolle, Alvinee and many, many more.
Friday Max's Taphouse is proud to release the beer called 10; a collaboration with Burley Oak and Dawson Liquors. Saturday Max's and Stillwater Ale will release their collaboration called Decade. Sunday Max's will feature special kegs and bottles from Oxbow Brewery and Perennial Ales. Finally on Monday, Max's will release a special collaboration with Brewers Art Brewery called 72 Hour Sour.
Monday Max's Taphouse will be featuring sour beers. Sour beers have made a huge resurgence in the world of beers. Max's will feature over 40 kegs of sour beer and over 60 bottles. Max's Taphouse will feature a special lover beer selection of beers by the glass from 20 different vintages of 1.5 litter lover beers.
"This year we have incorporated even more sour beers into our Monday celebration," says owner Ron Furman. "We are finding that women love the sour beers as much as the men do. Furthermore, a lot of women whom love wine can easily be converted to Belgian beer lovers." Cellarman and General Manager Casey Hard says "it is amazing how many requests we get for our unique Belgian beers that we feature at this festival. Unfortunately, we are unable to inventory these beers all year long because the belgian breweries only brew a small amount. We are very fortunate to get what we receive from the belgian breweries for this festival that is now known all over the world."
No where in the United States can you find an event with so many Belgian Beers under one roof. This year's food menu includes a selection of Belgian Chocolates to further satisfy your epicurian curiosity. Of course, Belgian Frites will be included on the menu; an attendees favorite.
This is Max's Taphouse 10th 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, 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 webiste at http://www.maxs.com.