Saturday, February 24, 2024

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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 24: Eldersburg love of 1823 and old friends at Liberatore’s

The 22nd day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland was spent in Eldersburg with an incredible local journey with old friends. Mike McKelvin and Dante Liberatore own a restaurant and brewing company and shared their Carroll County life with Nestor. And John Maroon stopped by for three decades of sports tales about Cal Ripken Jr. and walking the Great Wall of China and the streets of Beijing together. Lots of delicious 1823 beer here and a toast to the late, great Vince Bagli and Chris Thomas.

Nick Schauman of The Local Oyster brings Nestor long lost purple Flacco Fu mustaches and oyster education

Nick Schauman of The Local Oyster brings Nestor long lost purple Flacco Fu mustaches and oyster education

A Fu, a Flacco, a friend and a Local Oyster in Hampden

Nick Schauman of The Local Oyster brings Nestor the long, lost and highly memorable purple Flacco Fu mustaches from 2012 and a full education on the oyster ecosystem to our bellies. "He was a bold man who first ate an oyster!"

Eldersburg 1623 brewer Mike McKelvin joins Nestor to tell Vince Bagli and Chris Thomas tales of WBAL

Eldersburg 1623 brewer Mike McKelvin joins Nestor to tell Vince Bagli and Chris Thomas tales of WBAL
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