Celebrate Maryland & Support the Lock House Museum:
2nd Annual Lock House Craft Beer & Wine Festival
Presented by Lock House Museum and Cluster and Vine
Havre de Grace- Celebrate Maryland at The 2nd Annual Lock House Craft Beer and Wine Festival on April 13, 2019 from 12 pm to 5 pm at the Susquehanna Lock House Museum (817 Conesteo St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078).
This 21 and older, rain or shine, event will feature some of the best Maryland breweries, wineries, and distilleries - Peabody Heights, Raven Beer, Heavy Seas, Fin City Brewing Company, Alecraft Brewery, Maryland Beer Company, Old Oriole Park Brewery, Independent Brewing Company, Falling Branch Brewery, Reckless Ale Works, Whistle Stop Winery, Dove Valley Winery, il Dolce Winery, Fiore Winery, Blue Dyer Distilling, Lyon Distilling, Twin Valley Distillers, Gray Wolf Craft Distilling, and Tenth Ward Distilling Company, Bullshine Distillery, and more. The festival will also feature live music by Mark Boyle and Joe Lynch, artisans, and food celebrating all things Maryland. This is the only event of its kind in Havre de Grace.
This event will sell out fast, so purchase your tickets early. Admission includes a souvenir tasting cup, unlimited samples from breweries, wineries, and distilleries from around Maryland. Wine and cocktails are available for purchase as well as bottles to take home. General admission is $35 in advance/$40 at the gate. This event is free for Designated Drivers. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.lockhousebeerandwinefest.com.
The festival benefits the Lock House Museum, who makes history come alive at no charge to its visitors! The Lock House was built in 1840 to serve two purposes: as a residence for the Lock Tender and his family and an office for the Toll Collector. In 1900 the Canal operation ended and the house was used as a rental property. During that time the Philadelphia Electric Company began using the house for museum purposes. After 70 years the city of Havre de Grace allowed Susquehanna Museum organization to become caregivers of the building and restore the history of the Canal and the city. In 1982, the building was rededicated and opened to the public as The Susquehanna Museum of Havre de Grace at the Lock House. Today it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the seven acres of North Park containing the Lock House and the Canal Lock are designated a Historic Area.
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