Sips & Ships

Historic Ships in Baltimore celebrated National Rum Day by kicking off its new “Sips & Ships” happy hour series aboard the USS Constellation.

Guests mingled and toured the ship.
They also had the opportunity to taste Constellation Rum, made by Tobacco Barn Distillery and aged aboard the USS Constellation.
Pictured (LtoR) Chris Rowsom, Historic Ships in Baltimore executive director; and John Pastalow, Historic Ships in Baltimore advisory board member
Pictured (LtoR) Adam Caruso, freelance musician/creative consultant; Hank Caruso, Southern Maryland-based aviation artist; and Scott Sanders, Tobacco Barn Distillery partner
Pictured (LtoR) Janice Stewart, Visit Baltimore office manager; Genevieve Lundstrom, Fogo de Chão Washington DC sales manager; and Allison Bruce, Fogo de Chão Baltimore sales manager
Pictured (LtoR) Peter Dubyoski, ADT Environmental & Mineral Consultants exploration geologist; and Michelle Fitzgerald, Homewood Museum assistant curator
Pictured (LtoR) Ship’s Company, Inc. colleagues/USS Constellation volunteers dressed in period uniforms: Myron Peterson, “sailor”; Tom Warner, “marine guard”; and Larry Bopp, “lieutenant commander”
Pictured (LtoR) Kwame Kuadey, Thrive founder/CEO; and Jim Liew, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School associate professor/SoKat co-founder/CEO
Pictured (LtoR) M.C. Smit, freelance interactive designer/performance designer; Olivia Tucker, freelance designer; Emma Tucker, The Recording Industry Association of America communications assistant; Catherine Tucker, WYPR grant administrator/board liaison; and Greg Tucker, The Tucker Group principal
(August 16, 2019 – USS Constellation)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.