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Brewers Alley

Brewers Alley We invite you to visit and enjoy the house beers at our distinctive bar as well as some of the Finest Culinary Creations in one of our beautiful dining rooms. In the heart of Historic Frederick, Maryland, Brewer's Alley has become a favorite destination for local residents and worldwide travelers alike.


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124 N Market Street, Frederick, MD, US, 21701 Email:
Phone: 301-631-0089 Web:
Fax: 301-631-1874
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  Dunkel Weizen
This is a dark version of the weizen beer style. The grist contains a large portion of wheat, which lends a distinctive note to the malt body and aroma. This style is traditionally un-filtered and can have significant haze and cloudiness. Our Dunkle Weizen is brewed with a traditional Bavarian weizen yeast, which gives it a very pronounced clove and spice character, as well as a fruity aroma. 4.4 - 4.8% alcohol, by volume
  India Pale Ale (I.P.A.)
A British style, the I.P.A. originates from the aggressively hopped and high-alcohol beers which were shipped to the British troops in colonial India. Pale to medium amber in color. 5.0 - 5.4% alcohol, by volume
This style originated in the area of Cologne, Germany. It exhibits the more desirable features of both ales and lagers. Our Kölsch is pale gold with light body and a slightly dry palate. It has a mild bitterness and delicate hop aroma. This beer is a clean and pleasant thirst quencher, which earned a Bronze Medal at the 1998 Great American Beer Festival. 4.6 - 5.0% alcohol, by volume
  Nut Brown Ale
Another British style that has a roasted nut-like aroma. Brewed with a number of dark malts, which lend a complex malt character. This beer does not have a lot of hop bitterness, only enough for balance. 5.2 - 5.6% alcohol, by volume
  Oatmeal Stout
Yet another British style. Stouts are black beers which have strong roast and burnt characteristics. The dark malts used give this beer a wonderfully rich aroma and taste. It is not hopped very heavily and oats are used in this particular style because they lend a fuller mouthfeel. 6.0 - 6.2% alcohol, by volume


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