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DrinkMaryland: Centreville

June 15, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$20 – $25


DrinkMaryland: Centreville is back and better than ever! This great event will take place in historic downtown Centreville along Queen Anne’s County Courthouse Square on Lawyers Row and Broadway, in the shadows of the oldest courthouse in continuous use in the state of Maryland. Presented by the Maryland Wineries Association and the Town of Centreville, the event celebrates all things Maryland-Made and their makers. Come see what all the buzz around DrinkMaryland is about, and join us for an afternoon full of food, live music, friends, and all of your favorite local beverages. Featuring local Maryland wine, craft beer, spirits and cider, there is sure to be a drink for everybody! This open-air market style event is perfect for a casual Saturday afternoon and is sure to leave you entertained. Learn about the local craft beverage industry from the wineries, breweries, and distilleries themselves while sampling their product!

Participating Wineries

  • Broken Spoke Winery
  • Cove Point Winery
  • Crow Winery & Vineyard
  • Elk Run Vineyards
  • Far Eastern Shore Winery
  • il Dolce Winery
  • Olney Winery
  • Solomons Island Winery
  • The Urban Winery
  • Whistle Stop Winery

Participating Breweries & Distilleries

  • Bad Alfred’s Distilling & Brewing
  • Beach Time Distilling
  • Blackwater Distilling
  • BlueDyer Distilling
  • Bull and Goat Brewery
  • Cult Classic Brewing
  • Gray Wolf Craft Distilling
  • LYON Distilling
  • Maryland Beer Company
  • McClintock Distilling
  • MISCellaneous Distillery
  • Painted Stave Distilling
  • Ten Eyck Brewing Co.
  • Tenth Ward Distilling Company
  • The Baltimore Spirits Company
  • Twin Valley Distillers

*Tasting pass holders must present valid 21+ ID at the gate to receive your tasting pass wristband • Event will be held rain or shine • Tasting passes are nonrefundable*

Admission to the event is free–All attendees can shop the local artisan & food vendors and enjoy the live music. But in order to receive a glass, partake in tastings, and purchase beverages by the glass, attendees MUST purchase a tasting pass wristband.

Music/Stage Schedule

Stage Emcee: Certified Sommelier Laurie Forster, aka The Wine Coach, is one of America’s leading wine experts and author of the award-winning book The Sipping Point: A Crash Course in Wine.

  • Noon to 12:45 p.m. Heavy Fred Lite
  • 1:15 to 2 p.m. The Guthrie Matthews Method
  • 2 to 2:30 p.m. Tasting with The Wine Coach
  • 3 to 4 p.m. Dell Foxx Company

Participating Artisans

  • Alloyed Earth Jewelry / Regen Linn – Handcrafted custom made sterling silver and gemstone jewelry as well as custom made wedding bands and engagement rings. FacebookInstagram, and Etsy
  • Bogan Pottery – Unique sea glass pottery using sea glass collected on Chesapeake Bay beaches. Visit them on Facebook.
  • Caulfield Provision Company – Gourmet sauces and dips with no artificial colors and preservatives.
  • Sally Clark – Note cards, painting and prints of Centreville and other compositions.
  • i Wood Again / Ty Stinson – Repurposed wooden signs and décor.
  • Kenton Kilgore – Author of fantasy and sci-fi books. kentonkilgore.com
  • Meg’s Mixing Bowl – Buckeye candy (choc covered peanut butter balls) and other sweet stuff.
  • Pope’s Leather LLC / Pope and Cindy Travers – Leather goods like belts, bracelets and more!
  • Resouled – Nautical charts on vintage windows and doors.
  • Sand and Silk Soaps / Niambi Brown Davis – A handmade line of beach-inspired decorative soaps that brings to mind the tropics.

Food Vendors

  • A Sprinkle of Magic Cupcakes & More – Soft pretzels, cupcakes and specialty cookies.
  • Bay Shore Steam Pot –Crab cake sandwiches, shrimp salad sandwiches, pit beef sandwiches, clam strips, French fries, soda and water.
  • Commerce Street Creamery – Hershey’s ice cream, water ice, edible cookie dough and water.
  • Jimmy’s Fat Rolls – Lobster, filet mignon, chicken and shrimp rolls, cheesy bacon taters and soft drinks.
  • Kent Island Crab Cakes – Crab cake sliders, crab topped pretzels, Smith Island Cakes, lemon bars, water and soda.
  • Smoke, Rattle & Roll – Chicken, pork and brisket sandwiches, tacos, nachos and mac & cheese.
  • Team Autism – Hamburgers, cheeseburger, chicken tenders , French fries, hot dogs, soda and water.

Parking Options

We are so pleased that you’ll be joining us for Centreville’s Maryland-Made event – DrinkMaryland: Centreville. We want your stay to be fun and stress-free so we’ve created lots of parking options to get you to and from the festival as quickly as possible. All Shuttle Parking Lots and other Event Parking will be clearly marked. Here is the link to the transportation map with both our shuttle parking lot at Queen Anne’s County High School and all other parking options indicated. Simply enlarge the map and check out the various spots.

Shuttle Parking Lot (Lots of parking & 3-4 minutes from event!)

We will be running free shuttle transportation from the Route 304 entrance into town. A 14-passenger shuttle van marked Kent Island Sedan Service will operate from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and will do a loop from the parking lot to the event throughout the day. You will be dropped off at the Shuttle Stop right at event check in on the corner of Broadway and Commerce Street. The shuttle lot is located at: Queen Anne’s County High School, 125 Ruthburg Avenue/Route 304 (Centreville, MD 21617) Most of you will arrive there from Route 304 W via Route 301. You can access Route 304 from both directions of Route 301. The exit is marked Route 304/Ruthsburg/Centreville. Once you get on the exit ramp continue around the traffic circle heading to 304W. Continue to the second traffic circle and follow the signs for 304W. Once you reach the second roundabout you will be 1½ miles from the High School parking lot, which will be on your right, immediately past Centreville Middle School.

Other Parking Lots

These other parking options are smaller lots, so they may fill quickly. Centreville has street parking and meter parking as well. Please be careful not to park in front of driveways. Remember you don’t need to feed the meters on Saturday.

Circuit Court Parking Garage (on Commerce Street)
If you are coming from Chestertown this will be an easy lot to access. Please note that Commerce Street is handling two-way traffic currently. Look for the brick parking garage on the right hand side of the road before you get to Broadway. Coming from the other direction, you’ll need to pass the event and make a left into the alley after Danny’s Garage.

Powell Street Parking Lot (under the Water Tower)
This is another lot most easily accessed coming up Liberty Street from Chestertown. Liberty Street is open only for local traffic. Signs will say “Road Closed/Local Traffic Only.” We are undergoing an infrastructure project so the road has a lot of character (it’s bumpy. Drive slowly.) Make a right at the Everest Mart (on the corner of Liberty and Broadway) and make the first right onto Powell Street. This is a little alley after the Goodwill Fire Company. Drive toward the water tower. The parking lot is under the tower.

Queen Anne’s County Health Department Parking Lot (Off of Banjo Lane)
This parking is behind the actual Health Department Building, which is on Commerce Street. Access to the lot is from Water Street. Water Street runs in two directions and you would turn onto Banjo Lane.

Municipal Parking Lot (At the corner of Happy Lady Lane and Water Street)

This lot is also accessible from Water Street and is across the street from the Centreville Post Office (202 E Water St.)

A Special Thanks to Centreville’s Corporate Sponsors

Support Services/Transportation

  • Queenstown Bank

Silver Sponsors

  • Atlantic Broadband
  • Ed Beres/RE/MAX Executive
  • Rosendale Realty
  • Shore United Bank

Bronze Sponsors

  • AT&T Store, Chester
  • CR Realty
  • Rural Maryland Council

For more information please visit www.DrinkMaryland.org


June 15, 2019
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$20 – $25
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Maryland Wineries Association


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101 Lawyers Row
Centreville, 21617 United States
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