March 5, 2017 – Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore
Pictured (LtoR) Brendon Dorr, Baltimore Bartenders’ Guild president; Tom Maronick, Jr., Baltimore-based criminal defense attorney; and Vanesa Arias, Maryland Dental Care billing specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Dan Senecal, Lanterna Distributors fine wine specialist; Robin Senecal, American Office architectural & design consultant; and John Lindenmuth, Cranbrook Liquors wine buyer
Pictured (LtoR) Marcus Fowler, Whistlepig Rye steward of the brand; Shane Snyder, Barcoding, Inc. president; and Jody Costa, Barcoding, Inc. director of marketing
Pictured (LtoR) Philip Walters, The QG men’s retail manager; Nikolas X. Hill, Baltimore-based architectural consultant; and Christina Daly, Health Care for the Homelss social worker
Pictured (LtoR) Josh Hershkovitz, Hersh’s chef/co-owner; Jacob Wittenberg, Edgemont Builders president; and Stephanie Hershkovita, Hersh’s co-owner/pizza-eater-in-chief
Pictured (LtoR) Cortland Leggio, Boiler Room/Bookmakers Cocktail Club manager; Shaun Sp;are, Blue Pit BBQ bartender; and Courtney Villareal, Alma Cocina server
Pictured (LtoR) Jason Cross, State of Maryland economist; Briana Savage, Bookmakers Cocktail Club bartender; and Naomi Cross, Baltimore area RN
Pictured (LtoR) Susan Zhang, Baltimore-based pianist; Dr. Bruce Greenwald, University of Maryland gastroenterologist; and Sonya Schumann, Levine School of Music pianist
Raves for Rye (March 5, 2017) Whiskey fans turned out in force at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore for the “6th Annual Ryes Up Against Cystic Fibrosis,” the Baltimore Bartenders’ guild yearly fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
There, they sampled a variety of ryes and rye cocktails served up by some of the best barkeeps in town.