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DrinkMaryland Returns to the Town of Centreville

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DrinkMaryland returns to Centreville on Saturday, June 15 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. The market-like event will pop up for the afternoon at Lawyers Row and Broadway. Featuring ten Maryland wineries and nineteen breweries and distilleries, this gathering is an opportunity for consumers to explore and learn about Maryland-made products.

The 2019 DrinkMaryland event series will pop up in three Maryland cities this summer. Kicking off in Gaithersburg on June 7, DrinkMaryland makes stops in Centreville on June 15 and in North Beach on June 29. Produced by the Maryland Wineries Association and the Town of Centreville, the DrinkMaryland series brings local wineries, breweries, and distilleries together with local artisans, musicians, and food vendors.

Unlike traditional wine tasting events, the DrinkMaryland series is an open marketplace for visitors to explore. Tasting passes allowing the sampling of wine, cider, mead, beer, and distilled spirits are available to buy; though, public entry to these events is free.

WHO: Maryland Wineries Association, Town of Centreville, attending public, and media

WHAT: DrinkMaryland: Centreville

WHERE: Lawyers Row & Broadway, Centreville, Maryland 21617

WHEN: Saturday, June 15, 2019, 12:00-5:00PM

Members of Maryland Wineries Association and participating vendors can be scheduled for interviews through Jim Bauckman.

About the Maryland Wineries Association

The Maryland Wineries Association (MWA), formed in 1984, is a non-profit trade association that represents more than 80 member wineries in Maryland. MWA’s mission is to develop and expand the grape and wine industry in Maryland – through education and promotion.

About the Town of Centreville

The Town of Centreville is the county seat for Queen Anne’s County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore on Route 213. Situated on the Corsica River, a tributary of the Chester River, it is home to historic sites, shops, service businesses, and unique restaurants. The event will be hosted in the shadows of Queen Anne’s County Courthouse, the oldest courthouse in continuous use in the state of Maryland, which was recently featured in a commercial before Super Bowl LI.

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