Ellicott City will get by with a little help from its friends.
On Saturday night, more than six inches of rain fell in less than two hours, causing a flash flood that ripped through the historic district. While the city is under a state of emergency (and not able to accept volunteers right now), we have other ways for you to help.
On Wednesday, August 3, The Alehouse Columbia is hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Ellicott City Historic District Partnership. Proceeds from both Flying Dog and Oliver Brewing Co. pints will go directly to the cause.
We’re also heading to White Oak Tavern on Sunday, August 7 for live music, beer and food, and proceeds from those last two will be donated to the Ellicott City Historic District Partnership.
Meanwhile at the brewery, proceeds from beer sales in our tasting room all weekend long will be donated to the Ellicott City Historic District Partnership. And our amazing beer stewards are keeping the homebrewing dream alive by donating all of this weekend’s tips to getting Nepenthe Homebrew back on their feet. We’re open Thursday and Friday 3-8 pm, Saturday 12-8 pm and Sunday 12-6 pm.