July 31, 2019
American Craft Spirits Association
“According to the Maryland Distillers Guild , distilling in Maryland dates back to as early as the 1500s, when colonists first began producing rum and whiskey. Distilling was so prevalent that prior to Prohibition, the state was the third largest producer of rye whiskey. And Maryland gained its reputation as the “Free State” by refusing to pass legislation enforcing Prohibition. Today, the production of craft spirits is booming once again with more than 20 distilleries operating in the state. Here is a look at some of those distilleries and destinations for cocktails…” To continue reading, please click here.