Brooklyn Brewery is taking its neighborhood on the road. Collaborating with friends old and new, the Brewery has bundled up some of its favorite events into The Brooklyn Brewery Mash as a benefit for Slow Food USA, rolling out in Baltimore April 30-May 5. Check back for a Baltimore Mash recap from Brooklyn Brewery House Chef Andrew Gerson (@BKLYNhouseChef).
Tue, April 30 – Fri, May 3, 5-7pm Max’s Taphouse; 737 South Broadway | Brooklyn beer specials, new and special offerings, giveaways and info on all things Mash.
Local 2 Ways
Wed, May 1, 7:30pm Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks; 1843-45 Light St – price TBA | Multi-course beer dinner celebrating local cuisine, interpreted 2 ways: by Chef Josh Hershkowitz of Hersh’s and Brooklyn House Chef Andrew Gerson.
Thu, May 2, 6:30pm – Free | A stalwart citizen opens their kitchen for a dinner party where all the guests are cooks. Each attendee brings the ingredients and everyone cooks together. Dishes are passed around, and there’s plenty of Brooklyn beer to enjoy. For location details, go to ChaosCooking.com.
Found Footage Festival
Thu, May 2, 8pm Creative Alliance @ The Patterson; 3134 Eastern Ave – $11 | A hilarious comedy event that showcases footage from videos that were found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters across the country.
NY Night Train Soul Clap & Dance-Off with DJ Mr. Jonathan Toubin
Thu, May 1, 9pm Metro Gallery; 1700 North Charles St – $5 | America’s most popular soul party returns to Baltimore. Get down to the exquisite 1960s soul 45s of world famous Brooklyn DJ Jonathan Toubin all night long. Join the 1am dance contest for $100 cash prize and a trip to New York for the Dance-Off championship at Brooklyn Bowl.
Mash & Cheese
Sat, May 4, 2-5pm The Wine Source; 3601 Elm Ave – Free | Brooklyn Big Bottle & Cheese pairing demo with Brooklyn Brewery House Chef Andrew Gerson.
Togather Books & Beer: Handmade Revolution with Kelly Rand
Sat, May 4, 3pm Artifact Coffee; 1500 Union Ave – $5 | Togather and Brooklyn Brewery present a conversation and Q&A with advocate and author Kelly Rand, co-founder of Hello Craft, a non-profit trade association dedicated to the advancement of independent crafters and the handmade movement. $1 from your ticket will benefit Slow Food Baltimore.
Slow Supper with Chef Cyrus Keefer
Sun, May 5, 7pm Cylburn Mansion; 4915 Greenspring Ave – $80 | Guests will feast on a meal prepared in collaboration between Brooklyn House Chef Andrew Gerson and Chef Cyrus Keefer of Birroteca. Projection installations from Brooklyn’s NBNY. All proceeds benefit Slow Food Baltimore.