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.
5.2% ABV 10 IBU
Inspired by french naval officer and oceanographic explorer Jacques Gusteau, this tropical fruited gose with Atlantic sea salt is conditioned on passion fruit, pineapple, and pink guava.
Join us and our Guest Bartenders Chance Ebel from Shotti's Point and David Brooks from Pohanka Toyota to benefit Assateague Coastal Trust! The event begins at 6 pm. There will be live music by the String Buzzards. Fundraising activities include 50/50, Raffle, 10% Bar Ring, and 1/2 Tips!
Join us and our Guest Bartender Justin Willink from East Moon to benefit 1st Year to Empowerment! The event begins at 6 pm. There will be live music by Michael Dryden. Fundraising activities include Door Prizes, Bingo, 10% Bar Ring, and 1/2 Tips!
Limited Can Release Saturday April 18th
Blueberry Peach Cobbler J.R.E.A.M.
Fruited Sour W/ Lactose
Double Carrot Cake J.R.E.A.M.
Imperial Fruited Sour w/ Lactose
Strawberry Banana J.R.E.A.M.
Fruited Sour w/ Lactose
Sequoia Sap J.R.E.A.M.
Tangled Up In Green
Join us and our Guest Bartenders Katie Sanzotti and Jessica Purdy from Pickles Pub to benefit The Cricket Center! The event begins at 6 pm. There will be live music by Full Circle Duo. Fundraising activities include Door Prizes, Raffle, 10% Bar Ring, and 1/2 Tips!
Join us on Sundays from 10am - 11am for a yoga session with Lindsay Mcfarland! $15 per person which includes 1 free beer! The session will take place either in The Cellar or They Burley Oak Beer Garden based on the weather! All levels are welcome!
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.