Hi there! We have been hard at work building this brewery keeping in mind sustainable practices and using local materials and craftsmen. We love our town of Berlin, Maryland and hope you join us in our taproom for a couple of pints and growlers. Our goal is to produce distinctive beers whose quality is unsurpassed using new and traditional brewing methods.
5% ABV 32 IBU
A light, crisp ale brewed with Noble hops and malts from the Cologne region of Germany. Slightly grainy with a touch of floral hops.
Stop by the brewery any time open to close for the release of our 16 oz 4-pack cans of Lost IPA and Lord Baltimore Imperial Sour Ale.
Sign up (before the event date) at Burleyapparel.com for a day hopping on the Bunny Trail through 8 Bar stops in Downtown Berlin in search of Easter Kegs! The Day of the event-Saturday March 26th- registration will be at Burley Oak Brewery from 12pm-1pm for teams of 3-6 people. After the event there will be an after party at Burley Oak Brewery at 5pm where we will award prizes for the Top 3 teams, Best Dressed, and Best Team Name. Must be 21 to participate!
Starting at 6pm...Bring your own vinyl records to play in the tavern, or choose from our house collection.
Bring your own game, or play ours! We have shuffle board, a large ping pong table, cards, ring toss and board games!
Each Thursday we release a unique cask conditioned one-off of one of our brews. Check the cask section of "Our Beer" to find out what was tapped this week!
Starting at 9pm, Gypsy Collective will be performing live at our brewery.
In 2011 Brooks Clayville contacted me about his love for farming and trying to grow new crops including Maryland indigenous plants and brewing grains. As a Soil Scientist Brooks knows all too well what these small grains need to grow here on the Eastern Shore. After a good bit of research Brooks decided on a grain and we started planting. The first trial failed and we tried again. and again. In late 2013 we finally found what all the necessary components were to grow and harvest a barley that was able to be malted. This research, trial and error, and overall learning curve adaptation lead to our Burley Oak grain to glass series called, Home Grown Ales. The first beer in this series is Loakal, Pale Ale.
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FARMERS AND THE BURLEY BREWING PROCESS?
Take a tour through the brew house with Bryan every Saturday at 3pm.