Following map directions to find Union Craft Brewery is a little challenging, but it is indeed located on Union Street. Drive around back through the open black gate and park in the dedicated lot. Look for the white chimney with their name painted in black. It is a large brick building painted white. Enter the tasting room on the left through a heavy metal door. On the right through a roll up garage door is the brewhouse. The brewhouse tour is quick and informative. It starts at the raw material storage and grist mill, and then moves to the stainless steel brewhouse. Next is their row of mid size stainless steel fermenters and their small canning line. The tasting room is compact with concrete floors and just a few chairs in the corner. Large windows let you have a great view of the brewery floor. There is a mid size walk up bar where they pour free samples, fill growlers, and sell canned six packs. They had four beers on tap including their two flagship beers, malty Balt Altbier and hoppy Duckpin Pale Ale. They also have a couple rotating offerings, and each is well made. The brewery staff is knowledgable and dedicated to their trade and proud of the brewery they've built over the past year. The tap room does not have a kitchen, but a food truck caters outside on Saturdays. Union is a fine addition to the Baltimore scene, a very respectable production brewery.
New and small - not a lot of beers yet, three main line brews and one seasonal at a time. All tasty stuff though, especially the blackwing, and the staff were all friendly (brewers - not sure if they've hired anyone yet besides the three owners). We were there on a private tour, so not sure what it is like on a normal tour - giving them the benefit of the doubt and rating them 5s for atmosphere and service.