“Three drinks of rye whiskey would double the pleasure to be got out of Il Trovatore. Try it yourself.”
The Maryland State Archives, in collaboration with Case[werks], LLC of Baltimore, is extending an exhibit about Maryland’s rye whiskey industry that thrived for centuries in the state until the early 20th century. The exhibit features some of the really interesting – and funny – names, labels, and bottles that were features of the state’s distilleries, the last of which went out of business in the 1970s.
The artifacts to be on display are from the James H. Bready collection of Maryland rye whiskey bottles and ephemera. The exhibit will be on display in Baltimore during business hours at the Gallery@Case[werks], located in the Station North Arts District at 1501 St Paul Street, Suite 116.
Extended Exhibit Dates: Now through March 11, 2016
Case[werks] Showroom & Gallery
1501 Saint Paul Street
Baltimore MD 21202
Normal Gallery Hours: M-F / 9 am – 5 pm
While the gallery is normally open during business hours, please call ahead to make sure staff is available and the Gallery is open when you plan to visit.
Directions: Gallery@Case[werks] is located directly adjacent to Baltimore’s Penn Station in the heart of the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Enter from the entrance located on the south deck.
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