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Brewer’s Hill

This neighborhood gets its name from the two landmark breweries it was once home to: National Brewery and The Gunther. These former breweries are now home to mixed-use developments which include apartments, work space and businesses. It’s easy to spot Brewer’s Hill because the sign for National Brewery “mascot” and Baltimore staple, Natty Boh, hovers high in the air and greets you with a wink. The brewery used to produce National Bohemian beer, which continues to be a favorite beer of Baltimoreans.

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