TREAT Definitely not TRICK!: Great Craft Beer Flavors for Fall

New craft beer flavors to try for Fall

As a kid, I mapped out the best & worst places for Trick-or-Treating each year. The worst homes were those that gave out pennies, apples, & toothbrushes – really?! The best stops had lots of categories though. I remember making mental notes for who had full size candy bars, who let you reach in the […]

Burley Oak puts a new spin on the New Year’s toast

Burley Oak champagne beer

New Year’s Eve in Berlin, MD is typically celebrated with all the traditions one might expect from a small town New Year’s Eve party: community members coming together for food vendors, music, champagne and the ball drop at midnight. But this New Year’s Eve in Berlin is going to be just a little bit different. […]

Burley Oak initiates Random ALEwareness Month

For FeBREWary Burley Oak has decided to spread the love beyond beer. They will kick off the festivities on 2nd Friday, February 10th unveiling a Burley Oak Handcrafted art show. Each of the brewery’s 21 team members are creating a piece of art to be displayed during the month of February on our art wall. A version of […]

Burley Oak embodies craft beer culture, stimulating local economy

OceanCity.com, August 4, 2014 by Anthony Towey When Berlin squared off against Cazenovia, NY in the finals of Budget Travel’s “Coolest Small Town” contest this winter, the mayors of the municipalities upped the ante on the competition, each wagering a growler of locally brewed beer on the outcome. Mayor Gee Williams putting beer from Burley Oak on the line […]

Burley Oak builds a house

That taverns were the heart of the American Revolution, hell, of most revolutions, feels like it’s common knowledge, but why taverns as opposed to private homes or churches is something that escapes people. The fact is, it had very little to do with alcohol. In early America, especially in rural areas, there was a tavern […]

There’s no place like home

That taverns were the heart of the American Revolution, hell, of most revolutions, feels like it’s common knowledge, but why taverns as opposed to private homes or churches is something that escapes people. The fact is, it had very little to do with alcohol. In early America, especially in rural areas, there was a tavern […]

AmeriCANmade: Burley Oak’s Kickstarter Story

AmericanCraftBeer.com, January 21, 2015, by Anthony Towey Since opening in 2011, the Burley Oak Brewing Company has been making some of America’s best beers in ‘America’s Coolest Small Town’ of Berlin, Maryland. So good that it’s now attracting craft beer fans from all across America. Just ask the group of four from New Hampshire that […]