Full Tilt debuts baseball-themed release

The local brewery debuts its new product at Dempsey's Brew Pub this weekend.

By Eva Niessner. Posted on March 06, 2014


Full Tilt Brewing

Full Tilt Brewing is no stranger to Baltimore-themed beers. The company created specialty brews like the Berger Cookie Chocolate Stout and the Fleet Street Raspberry Wheat to celebrate Charm City.

Now, they are debuting Camden Cream, which is “brewed with the light, creamy grain bill of two-row pale, bohemian pilsner, Vienna and Carahell malts” and “gently hopped with amarillo and Northern brewer hops.”

“The beer being associated with Camden Yards mostly stems from the light profile and smooth drinkability of the beer itself,” said Nick Fertig, co-owner of the brewery. He described Camden Cream as a warm-weather beer that could be enjoyed during baseball season.

“Our last couple releases have been bold heavy beers and we wanted to switch it up for those whose palates call for something a little lighter,” Fertig said. “We crafted this beer to be smooth enough for this new group of Full Tilt fans, but also complex and enjoyable enough for craft-beer lovers across the board.”

To fit the theme, the beer’s release event will be held this Saturday at Dempsey’s Brew Pub and Restaurant, located in the Camden Yards warehouse.

Guests can enjoy food and drink specials at Dempsey’s beginning at 6 p.m., followed by the first pouring and toast of the new release at 7. Pints of Camden Cream will be $4, plus live music by the Simon Pyles Trio and a cornhole tournament will also be part of the festivities.

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