Eat your way through Baltimore Beer Week

The 10-day

schedule is overflowing with food-related events, ranging from five-course dinners to pumpkin pancake breakfasts. There are tastings of beer with charcuterie, chocolate and cheese.

Many of the dinners have limited seating and sell out fast.


Even before Baltimore Beer Week kicks off officially tonight with the

at Power Plant Live, Big Jim's is convening a


Cross Street Market

- get a three-beer flight of Flying Dog and a Big Jim's sandwich for $10.

The marquee dining events include the

on Monday at Fleet Street Kitchen, the

on Wednesday at Heavy Seas Alehouse and the


at Alewife on Oct. 27, when chefs from the Food Market and Roy's join Alehouse's Chad Wells.

Most of the events are one-time only, but Bluegrass Tavern is offering a three-course

dinner for the duration of Baltimore Beer Week, featuring selected pairings of beer and wine. That's $50.

Beginning Monday and going through Oct. 25, the Wine Market is running a

and on Oct. 26 and 27, they'll have a four-course menu featuring pairings with Boulevard, Stillwater Ales and Brooklyn Brewing Co. for $40 ($57 with pairings).

Pairing events include a

tonight at Loading Dock Discount Liquors, a

on Tuesday at Elliott's Pour House and a

on Oct. 25 at Brewer's Art.

Brunches and breakfasts are spread over both weekends of Baltimore Beer Week. They're at the


on Saturday, at


on Oct. 27 and at the

on Oct. 28.

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