PubNight #37 (06/22/06) - 8:30pm at Ryleigh's Brew Pub
After two week's worth of disasters, where we learned that the Wharf Rat
Camden should be sucked into the earth and that bars on Harford road like
to be closed when choose them for Pub Night we've decided to go back to an
area that we have not visited since week two and that was previously
occupied by Union troops. As a quick history lesson for those that may or
may not be interested, in 1861 the hill was occupied by Union troops where
General Benjamin F. Butler erected a small fort where all of the canons were
aimed towards Baltimore's central business district in order to guarantee
Maryland's allegiance to the Union during the civil war (don't believe, well
read it here at wikipedia).
John's been to this establishment before for a work gathering and claims that
they have great local brew. He especially remembers the IPA to be on the
die for level.
Watching out for the canon fire,
-Your not Pub Night gang of four