To be true to our community, planet, and selves. Whenever possible using ethically sourced grains, organic hops, local fruit, and free-range yeast. Brewing beers that we want to drink that are reasonably priced, moderate alcohol, and above all delicious. For now, two guys turning their passion for brewing hobbies into brewing careers.
All wood starts as sapwood, the delicate new growth just under a tree’s bark. It plays an integral part of a tree’s maturation by carrying water between the leaves and roots, carefully redistributing built-up reserves as the season’s demand. Eventually, sapwood hardens into the heartwood of which barrels are made. Sapwood ties together the two sides of our production: Sap for the fresh IPAs and Wood for the acidic barrel-aged beers. A cellar is the brewer’s term for the fermentation space but also evokes the cool, quiet resting place of barrels.
IN THE PRESS
The Baltimore Sun
Sapwood Cellars, a new brewery coming to Columbia, plans June opening
Baltimore Business Journal
Howard County’s newest brewery eyes June opening in Columbia
New Brewery Sapwood Cellars Signs Lease With Feldman Bergin Development And Fortified Property Group In Howard County
Columbia Brewery Opening Off Route 108
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