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Celebrate Christmas in July

Jul 19, 2011 05:59PM ● By Anonymous


Doppelbock will be tapped when doors open at 11am. “We want to thank our customers for demanding this popular brew two times a year. And, if history repeats itself, this brew will be around for one day only”, says Rams Head Tavern Annapolis General Manager Corky Fertitta.

Each Rams Head location will be filled with holiday decorations, holiday tunes, yummy eggnog, drink and food specials, and a chance to win tickets for the Silopanna Music Festival on August 27th at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds.

Doppel is German for double; Bock is German for strong beer. The first Doppelbock was brewed in the late 1600’s with a rich and malty bitterness taste. According to Walter Trifari, Head Brewmaster of Fordham Brewing Company, “Doppelbock is exceptionally smooth, full-bodied dark lager with a bold character that is sure to brighten your spirits. This beer also pairs well with rich roasted foods or German chocolate cake’.

“Who says there has to be one Christmas a year?” says Rams Head Shore House General Manager, Kathryn Singer, “Rams Head invites you to celebrate this annual tradition with us.”

Rams Head Tavern Annapolis | 33 West Street, Annapolis MD |P:410.268.4545
Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill | 8600 Foundry St, Savage MD |P:301.604.3454
Rams Head Roadhouse | 1773 Generals Hwy, Annapolis MD |P:410.849.8058
Rams Head Shore House |800 Main Street, Stevensville MD |P:410.643.2466

Time & Date: July 25th, 2011 at 11am

Details: Doppelbock Re-Release (One day only), Free Eggnog, Holiday decorations, Food and Drink specials, and Holiday tunes.

Prize: There will be a raffle at each location. You could win tickets to the Silopanna Music Festival on Saturday, August 27th at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds

About Rams Head
The Rams Head, an Annapolis-based restaurant and entertainment company, currently owns and operate four restaurant locations in the region: Rams Head Tavern (Annapolis, MD | Savage, MD); Rams Head Roadhouse in Crownsville, MD; Rams Head Shore House in Stevensville, MD. Additionally, Rams Head operates three national entertainment venues: Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, Maryland; Rams Head Live in Baltimore, Maryland and Pier Six Pavilion located waterside in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.


Press Contact:
Nicole Parsons, Marketing Director Rams Head Restaurants