Hi there! We have been hard at work building this brewery keeping in mind sustainable practices and using local materials and craftsmen. We love our town of Berlin, Maryland and hope you join us in our taproom for a couple of pints and growlers. Our goal is to produce distinctive beers whose quality is unsurpassed using new and traditional brewing methods.
4.20% ABV 21 IBU
Release Date - SUNDAY, July 3rd, OPEN-CLOSE!
This American Pilsner is named after our co-worker Bill, who has asked us to make a Pilsner for over a year. Brewed with Pilsner malt and toasted wheat, this light, crushable beer is a crisp, and refreshing type deal.
Join us Sunday July 3rd for an Independence Day celebration! From 6pm to 11pm we will be celebrating Independence day early with an outdoor festival. There will be live music provided by Zion Reggae Band, $5 Burley Oak ales, food, games, and of course, FIREWORKS! This event is BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair), so be sure to arrive early for a good seat-the fireworks will begin at dusk.
No Tickets Required - All ages welcome!
*Please note that the only alcohol allowed will be provided by Burley Oak.*
Release Date - Sunday, July 3rd, OPEN-CLOSE!
This American Pilsner is named after our co-worker Bill, who has asked us to make
a Pilsner for over a year. Brewed with Pilsner malt and toasted wheat, this light, crushable beer is a crisp, and refreshing type deal.
In 2011 Brooks Clayville contacted me about his love for farming and trying to grow new crops including Maryland indigenous plants and brewing grains. As a Soil Scientist Brooks knows all too well what these small grains need to grow here on the Eastern Shore. After a good bit of research Brooks decided on a grain and we started planting. The first trial failed and we tried again. and again. In late 2013 we finally found what all the necessary components were to grow and harvest a barley that was able to be malted. This research, trial and error, and overall learning curve adaptation lead to our Burley Oak grain to glass series called, Home Grown Ales. The first beer in this series is Loakal, Pale Ale.
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FARMERS AND THE BURLEY BREWING PROCESS?
Take a tour through the brew house with Bryan every Saturday at 3pm.