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Quinta de Chocapalha

New Wine Arrivals, Week of 1/28/19: Quinta de Chocapalha, Lisboa Portugal: Arinto 2017 Castelao 2015 Quinta de Chocapalha was founded by Paulo and Alice Tavares da Silva in 1987, on land that supported vineyards since Roman times. The location, just north of Lisbon and close by the Atlantic Ocean,

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Quinta de la Rosa Wines

Quinta de la Rosa – Douro, Portugal Sophia Bergqvist visited us on Monday (1/21/19) and tasted us through the impressive range of her estate in the heart of Porto country. In 1988, Sophia and her father, Tim, restarted the family business at Quinta de la Rosa which had been

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The Best Beers in Beltsville

Old Line has the best available beers in Beltsville. Don’t believe us? Check out this 2016 list of America’s Top Ranked Beers. (As ranked by Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine) Bell’s Two Hearted Ale – Kalamazoo, MI (BA score – 95) Sierra Nevada Pale Ale – Chico, CA (BA score – 91) Russian

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Breckenridge Brewing and Old Line Welcome Winter

OK, look, winter can wait a bit but Old Line is beyond excited to welcome the winter beer season. It’s time to prep for winter with some great Colorado beers courtesy of Breckenridge Brewery as well as a chance to win a limited edition Never Summer Industries snowboard. Yes,

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National Grilling Month – An Ode to Grilling and Drinking Beer

July is National Grilling Month and in case you haven’t left your house since February we’re smack in the middle of a decent (albeit rainy) summer. When we think about firing up a grill – whether it’s propane or charcoal – we think about all of the delicious, mouth-watering

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Is Beer Good for You?

A Pennsylvania woman who recently turned 100 years old claims that the secret to a long life is “lots of booze” and is the reason for her longevity. That’s probably not the only reason why and it might not be the reason at all but who are we to

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Beer Bottles vs Beer Cans

Which is better: beer from a can or beer from a bottle? Is there a difference? Can you taste a difference? Does it even matter? The answer to all four questions: it depends and might be up to personal preference. However, with that said, most craft beers should be

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A Belated Thank You from Old Line

Two months ago we had the good fortune and pleasure of being featured on FOX 5’s Will You Eat There? A throw of the dart tabbed the segment to visit Beltsville. Thanks to our loyal customers and friends the Old Line Bistro was picked to feature its classic American

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National Beer Day: An Exercise in Moderation?!

Prohibition is an ugly word to connoisseurs of fine beer, wine, whiskey, bourbon and other alcoholic beverages. For over a decade, the United States banned the sale, production, importation and transportation of alcohol to reduce violence and crime it was believed to cause. Thirsty alcohol advocates were forced to

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Take Care of Spring Fever at Old Line

Was that the last snowfall a few weeks ago? We sure hope so. As much as we love winter for the amazing seasonal beers it brings us, spring is yet another great season for craft beer lovers. Well, actually, there isn’t bad beer season; it’s just a matter of

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