Though Oliver has been brewing its English-style ales in Baltimore since 1993, it’s the newest developments that have everyone most excited. For the longest time, Oliver brewed its stouts, ales, and bitters in a tiny side room of Pratt Street Ale House, but the brewery’s overwhelming popularity has forced the company to expand. That lead them to purchase an old ice factory in an off-the-radar area of Northeast Baltimore. The new place has an ample 10,000-barrel capacity, a giant parking lot for events, and will be open for business in just two weeks. For now, Oliver beers, like the brilliantly named Draft Punk, can be consumed at its various brewpubs throughout the state.