A list of all the places you can get Old Oriole Park Bohemian, our pick for the beer of Baltimore

Earlier today, City Paper published a story declaring that Old Oriole Park Bohemian should replace National Bohemian as the beer of Baltimore. That led some readers to ask, "Well, where can I get some?"

Glad you asked! As the story says, the employees at Peabody Heights Brewery deliver the beer themselves, which helps keep the cost down to about $7 per six-pack.

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All-day breakfast starts at McDonald's today--turns out Baltimore is a McMuffin kind of town

Today marks the first day patrons can get breakfast at McDonald's all throughout the day. Hooray! But only certain menu items will be available depending on market preference. Baltimore, it turns out, is distinctly a muffin town.

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Hangover Helper: Cardinal Tavern is a great spot for corner-bar comfort food

Some Saturday mornings are meant for "fancy brunch"—sparkling mimosas and bloody marys piled high with crazy garnish alongside stacks of pancakes or Belgian waffles with berries spilling down the sides—and some are meant for corner-bar comfort food that involves fluffy biscuits, plenty of pork products, and solid booze selections.

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A giant restaurant incubator is coming to Remington

Seawall Development, holders of large swaths of commercial property in Remington, are going to turn an old auto-repair shop into R. House, an incubator where chefs can test out new concepts and ideas, from the menus on down to the seating, according to a press release.

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Bottega to re-open in Station North; owner also leases Red Parrot space

City Paper recently named Bottega (1729 Maryland Ave., [443] 708-5709, bottega1729.com), the tiny Tuscany-inpsired BYOB in Station North, the "Best Temporary Disappearing Act" for the way its reported move to Hampden never seemed to materialize. Turns out the restaurant is re-opening soon, and it's staying right in place on Maryland Avenue, owner Adrien Aeschliman confirmed in a phone interview.

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Do you brew beer? You should probably enter Peabody Heights Brewery's American Dream Competition

There comes a point for most every homebrewer where they think, "Wow, it would be great to mass-produce this and brew beer for a living." Then they snap out of it and get back to the time-consuming labor of transferring the wort from one bucket to the other.

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