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The festival was launched three years ...
www.carrollcountytimes.com, 12 Oct 2014 [cached]
The festival was launched three years ago by Bruce Reamer, the owner of Eldersburg-based Salerno's Restaurant and Catering, and James White, the district sales manager for Pottsville, Pa.-based Yuengling, which White pointed out is America's oldest operating brewery.
"Our main objectives for doing it was, one, doing something in Carroll County to highlight the Ag Center because I think it is a highly underutilized venue [and] two is to showcase the craft brewers," Reamer
hopes to bring in more area brewers next year.
"That's what our focus will be next year: trying to get some of the small, local breweries that don't go through main distribution," he
The festival peaked at around 400 to 500 people, Reamer
said, but in the ample Shipley, the event never felt crowded, appealing to some festival-goers.
There is also a philanthropic component to the event, Reamer
"We already sell alcohol to go, ...
www.carrollcountytimes.com, 21 Sept 2014 [cached]
"We already sell alcohol to go, so it's just a natural thing to try," said Bruce Reamer, Salerno's owner.
will double the number of its draft beer selections in preparation for an anticipated increase in demand growler owners will bring to bear on more rare brews, Reamer
will sell a 64-ounce growler but hadn't decided on the price of the container.
Reamer, of Salerno's, said he doesn't see growlers having a huge impact on his business.
There is a group of people who are into this sort of thing, he
said, and Salerno's
wants to be able to serve them.
"[Growlers] are not going to be a game-changer, but maybe a collector's thing," Reamer
Eldersburg, MD Business News - Eldersburg.Net
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Salerno's Restaurant owner Bruce Reamer says he hopes to break ground on his Piney Ridge Village Center as early this summer following Tuesday's approval of the plan by the county's Planning and Zoning Commission.
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Bruce Reamer, co-owner of ...
www.carrollcountytimes.com, 11 Feb 2010 [cached]
Bruce Reamer, co-owner of Salerno's Restaurant and Catering in Eldersburg, opened his eatery's bar and carry-out again.
He spent Wednesday delivering food to maintenance men and BGE workers.
Bruce Reamer, owner of ...
www.carrollcounty.com, 8 Feb 2010 [cached]
Bruce Reamer, owner of Salerno's Restaurant and Catering, was expecting to move his restaurant to Piney Ridge Village Center in Eldersburg last year because there would have been more space available there compared to his current location on Md. 26 in Eldersburg.
The original plans had called for a larger Salerno's on the ground floor and a banquet hall above the restaurant.
But in August, Reamer
bought the banquet hall on his
restaurant property that he
has since decided not to make the move, because of the stagnant economy and the cost to finance the project.
"For us to move to that site, the cost for construction was so high," Reamer
"Liberty Road [Md.
26] is obviously a better location, and given the economic climate, it made better sense to develop Piney Ridge Village ourselves."
wife own Piney Ridge Village Center
, at the intersection of Johnsville Road and Piney Ridge Parkway in Eldersburg.
said the development is now supposed to be a mixed-use property with 20 to 24 condos and office space.
will present his
amended site plan to the county's planning commission Feb. 16.
is hoping to attract a mix of retail merchants and professional officers for hair salons, physicians and insurance agents in the complex.
plans on breaking ground in about two years.
believes there's a market for condos because younger buyers can't afford houses in the South Carroll area.
has been in the community since 1977 and specializes in seafood.
The restaurant caters up to 25 events each week, Reamer