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Heavy Seas Beer

Heavy Seas Beer

Heavy Seas Beer
4615 Hollins Ferry Road
Halethorpe, MD 21227
United States
Additional Information 

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday: 11:00am - 8:00pm

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About The Brewery

Beer takes us on adventures. It allows us to discover new flavors and cultures.

Our quest for great beer can lead anywhere, from corner pubs to faraway breweries. For Heavy Seas founder, Hugh Sisson, beer altered the trajectory of his life. In 1980, intending to become a stage actor and director, Hugh's plan was to move to NYC after completing his course work for a masters degree in theater. Hugh's father, Albert, a Baltimore area businessman, persuaded him instead to come "help" at a newly opened family business, a tavern called Sisson's. When Hugh showed up to start what he assumed would be a short-term position, his father tossed him the keys to the pub, said "OK, don't f*** up!" and walked out the door.

Our Mission

We have a pretty clear sense of purpose, make beers that taste exactly the way they should. Every time. No frills. No fluff. We weren’t created by Baltimore’s original craft brewer to be thought leaders, or to thump our chests, or to see who we could outdo. We started this revolution for one reason only: to make ridiculously good beer without any of the ridiculousness.
No matter how popular craft brewing gets, we believe in the craft of brewing. And to us, making beer that people can drink and actually enjoy is what keeps us cranking—even if that means we’re not the one they constantly tweet about, or post about, or get all high and mighty about. Where we come from, really good beer doesn’t need to be something it’s not. In fact, it never should be. Turns out, really good beer isn’t tricky after all. It boils down to a simple recipe everybody else seems to have forgotten: make it drinkable, make it approachable, execute to the highest possible standards, and have some fun. That’s not just what matters most—it’s the only thing that matters at all.

Be fearless: because our risks are what brought us here today.
Be bold: because staying in line with the norms never moved us forward.
Be independent: because beer is our way, or the highway.