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We will be running Flying Dog draft and can specials, and raffling off a custom Bustin’ Boards longboard at the end of the night. Just buy a Flying Dog beer and you’re in the running for one gnarly skateboard.
Flying Dog will be working with the expert chefs at Guy Fieri’s kitchen in Baltimore to devise four enticing courses, each of which pairing excellently with a Flying Dog brew. For $50, that is a lot of delcicousness.
Celebrating 20 years at Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore, we’re teaming up for a 20th Anniversary celebration featuring our very own 20th Anniverary Snake Dog IPA. Live music, rock, and giveaways to ensue.
Pizza and Beer. What else do we really need?
Come out to celebrate the Grand Opening of Ledo’s in Fells Point with Flying Dog draft and bottle specials. Stick around for Flying Dog prizes and giveaways.
Yes, you CAN drink the afternoon away with $4 cans from Flying Dog Brewery at the 5th annual “AmeriCAN DrinkDependence Day,” starting at 3 PM on July 4th. Head up to the rooftop terrace at Jack Rose, and choose from Flying Dog favorites like The Truth, Bloodline, Dead Rise, Summer Rental, and Honey Paloma. Refuel throughout the evening with half-priced bites like smoked whiskey wings, crispy chicken skins, and pork sandwiches.
Tuesdays mean burgers and beer at White Oak. They’re pouring a few of your favorites and some special limited releases alongside the new locally-sourced summer menu. Come see why this is consistently one of the top-rated restaurants and beer programs in Howard County
It never got weird enough for Hunter. Celebrating his would-be 80th birthday, come dressed as Hunter and your first beer is on us. We’ll also be giving away some awesome Hunter-themed prizes, and will have many options to enjoy delicious Flying Dog beer including the 2017 Barrel Aged Gonzo.
Ride Sally, Ride.
We’re strapping on some tight shorts and putting these SoulCycle classes to work at the Tour de Frederick. Sign up today and join the cause while biking one of these scenic routes.
Wegmans Century Ride: 100 miles
The century ride enjoys gently rolling terrain north of Frederick. Riders will cross four covered bridges (three in Maryland and one in Pennsylvania), a stone arch bridge and a couple of old wooden bridges, as well as pass through the Gettysburg National Battlefield Park. Most roads are very lightly traveled and the hill climbs are mostly gentle (as are the descents). Several miles are spent on a road that used to be an old Native American trail. The route also takes in the beautiful vistas of northern Frederick County where one can see the mountains in the distance to the west beyond lovely farmland.
DRAFT ROUTE (subject to change)
McShea Properties Metric Century: 62 miles
The metric ride shares some of its route with the century, but remains in Maryland. On route, riders will pass through two of Frederick County’s three covered bridges and the Legore stone arch bridge (finished in 1900). The hills you will encounter are mostly gentle and traffic is typically very light in this section of the county.
DRAFT ROUTE (subject to change)
The Will Group Foundation Club Ride: Approximately 32 miles
The club ride shares some of its route with the metric and century. You will enjoy some rolling scenic hills with views of the Catoctin mountains as you pass farms and ride through historic covered bridges. ROUTE: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/19422583
Morgan Keller Family Ride: Approximately 11 miles
At approximately eleven miles, this is a casual ride that enjoys the beautiful scenery of Frederick County and incorporates the Heritage Farm Park trail. ROUTE: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20271054
Cintas History Ride
A 2014 Maryland Municipal League award winner, this popular ride has been offered every year in the Tour de Frederick. This is an eight mile loop of historic downtown area of Frederick with stops at the Francis Scott Key Memorial, the Barbara Fritchie House, Hood College, the Community Bridge Mural and 17 other historic points of interest. Led by Cycling historians, allow two hours for completion. Ride will begin and end at the Frederick Visitor Center, 79 W Patrick St, Frederick, MD
Golf and Beer. Channel your inner John Daly and tie one on. Or was it tee one up? Either way, we’re golfing, we’re doing some drinking, and we’re definitely not working. The 11am shotgun start gets things going and you’d better stick around for the beer dinner on the 19th hole. Menu coming soon.