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Green Machine is our cherished house IPA. Brewed with American barley and a touch of wheat. Hopped with our favorite American and Australian varietals, and fermented with our house yeast. Notes of citrus and grapefruit accompany a soft, pillowy mouthfeel.
A citrusy crusher with some heft. This easy drinker is built on a sturdy base of wheat, 2-row, and a touch of crystal and honey malts. Thoughtfully hopped with Citra, Centennial, Amarillo, and Nelson Sauvin. Fresh orange rind, white wine, and juicy grapefruit dominate the palate while the wheat forward malt ensemble creates a lovely smooth landing. The perfect beer for late summer star gazing. Some of those stars are long dead. Don’t think too hard about it.
A Maryland style Rye Amber Lager/Ale hybrid celebrating the heritage of MD style rye whiskey ingredients. Local Chesapeake Malting barley with rye for a nice bite and corn to smooth it all out. A refreshing and dry rye finish.
Brewed with Callista, Mosaic & Citra hops, this Session IPA is light and refreshing with notes of grapefruit & papaya.
Ireland and America go way back. Our histories have crossed paths countless times and while our cultures may differ, we have at least one thing in common - our passion for good beer!
Baltimore Blonde is the Open Gate Brewery’s flagship beer. Introduced in 2013, this beer is brewed in on-site in Baltimore. Golden in color, it’s a light brew that’s big on flavor.
When someone looks at you and says “Pint?”, this is the pint they’re talking about. If you want something else, you’ll have to specify. It’s rich, it’s creamy, and it’s black (well actually, if you look closely, Guinness is ruby red in color but don’t tell anyone!).
It’s everything it promises to be. Every time. It’s what we’re famous for, and although we love all of our beers just the same, it will always hold a special place in our Guinness Draught loving hearts.
Hopefully yours too. Truly unique. Perfectly balanced.
Not many people know this, but the iconic pint wasn’t the first beer brewed by the man himself*
*The man himself = Arthur Guinness. If you knew that, get yourself a Guinness Draught.
Guinness Draught in fact was only brewed for the first time in 1959 to celebrate the 200-year anniversary since Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000-year lease on St. James’s Gate Brewery. Good man Arthur, he clearly knew a good thing when he saw it!
The QG makes it FUN to look your best so you can focus on your SUCCESS!