Celebrate Maryland in Reisterstown, at the intersection of Village Center Rd and historic Main St. (across from Cards Comics and Collectibles), on April 27, 2019 from 12-5pm.

The Reisterstown Craft Beer Festival brings together some of the best Maryland breweries, wineries, and distilleries in one amazing event. The event features live music, artisans and food celebrating all things Maryland. Admission includes a souvenir tasting cup and unlimited samples from breweries, wineries, and distilleries from around Maryland. Wine, cocktails, and bottles to take home are available for purchase.

This festival benefits:

The Reisterstown Improvement Association, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for everyone while promoting future growth and preserving the charm and rich history of Reisterstown.

The Northwest Chamber of Commerce, who meet and collaborate with business, community, and government leaders to improve the business climate and quality of life where we live and work.

This is a 21+ event.

General admission is $30 in advance on Eventbrite/ $40 at the gate.

Designated Driver tickets are only available at the gate.


For event questions or vendor inquires, please email info@clusterandvine.com.

American Legion Post #116
Contact: Tim Clarke
1090 Westminster Pike
Reisterstown, MD 21136
(410) 833-9605

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“Over the years, the 116 Legion family has been active in the community by giving assistance to the Reisterstown Recreation Council; awarding scholarships to students at Franklin High School; participating in the American Legion Boys State and the Auxiliary’s Girls State programs; and taking part in the American Legion Oratorical Contest for high school students. A special project was the compilation and donation to the Baltimore County Library of a registry of all known local veterans.
Our Post has contributed assistance and funds to help many charitable organizations including, but not limited to, Maryland Special Olympics, the Epilepsy Foundation, United Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy Association, and Multiple Sclerosis.”