A long time ago, in a town far, far away — okay, not that far away; just Prince Frederick, Maryland — I got to hang out for a couple of hours with two of the coolest ladies on the Maryland beer scene.
Cindy (left) and Maureen (right).
Maureen talking to Mully’s patrons for her Beer in Maryland book signing event.
While a lot had changed since the last time I visited Mully’s a few years back — both for the brewery in terms of their beer and outlook, as well as for the industry at-large, with less restrictive laws in Maryland — so many things hadn’t.
The taproom is still on the smaller side (a throwback to the days before pint sales being legal), but warm, welcoming and relaxing — and now with new, expanded seating opportunities in the brewhouse itself.
Yes, they’ve put themselves on the map with beer nerds with big, hazy IPAs, boozy, barrel-aged coffee stouts, and delicious, pucker-inducing sours, but many of their biggest fans are loyal community regulars who’ve been Mully’s fans for years.
In this ladies-only episode, we cover a lot of ground.
How has Mully’s changed since they first opened their doors? What’s next for Maryland breweries following this year’s General Assembly session? What do pre-Prohibition and bowling have in common? And, if a beer blinds you, is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Okay, Here’s the Episode
Related Articles and Content
- Mully’s website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
- Maureen O’Prey’s website, Facebook and Instagram
- Beer in Maryland: A History of Breweries Since Colonial Times (Amazon)
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