$15 For $30 Worth of Great Food & Great Drink At Growlers of Gaithersburg

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Stop on by historic Gaithersburg to enjoy great food and quality hand crafted beers.  Whether you are in the mood for a nice cold I.P.A, Growlers Ale, Yorkshire Porter or any of our other signature crafted beers you will not be disappointed.  Enjoy a wide variety of food from our great Growlers Bar Food, Brewhouse Burgers or one of our Signature Heavy Stuff Entrees.

 

Growlers Of Gaithersburg is located in the historic J.A Belt building, considered the oldest commercial property in Gaithersburg. The building has recently undergone a complete historic restoration and is listed on the National Historic Registry. The marriage of the old and new in this historic building creates a unique environment well suited for the reproduction of our turn of the century tavern. Hand-crafted beers and an excellent American menu keeps them coming back!

 

"The beers were fantastic and quite different from each other -- and expertly described by our server. The food was awesome and very good value, as the main meals include a salad and side. The flank steak is to die for."  reviewer MK

 

Food was great especially for the price.  We had nachos as appetizer and then I had the lobster roll - for $12 - both were really good and portions were generous.  Smores for desert - AMAZING get them.  I had the wheat beer which again was pretty good and similar to hoegaarden.

Was my first time at Growlers and I would definitely recommend it if you are in the area
.  reviewer Pamela S

 

About This Local Business

On July 11, 1889, Mr. John A. Belt, a leading merchant in Gaithersburg, purchased the prominent southwest corner of Diamond and Summit Avenues from J. Sprigg Poole for $200. On it he built the J.A. Belt building – one of the largest buildings in the county. The store and its public hall, known as Norman Hall, immediately became the pivotal structure of Gaithersburg’s social, cultural and governmental activities.

Because Mr. Belt assumed many prominent roles in civic, fraternal, and town affairs, including Postmaster and Town commissioner, Norman Hall presumed its first public functions as Post Office, Town Hall and Polling Place. It wasn’t long before it became the social and cultural center of Gaithersburg as well as housing the Town’s first library. Because of its stage, it became the preferred location of theater, lectures, recitals, musical presentations and high school graduations. Belt’s finest moments were those where he hosted the Fraternal Order of Pentalpha Lodge No. 19k4, of Masons, which was formed in Norman Hall on July 7, 1893. Mr. Belt was an avid Supporter of the Lodge, serving in many capacities and as Worshipful Master in 1897.

On September 18, 1903, John Belt was in Westminster when a fire began in a stock of brooms in the J.A. Belt building’s wareroom. The flames soon spread to several stocks of oil and flammables, then to a large stock of ammunition. The employees of the store were driven out by the exploding ammunition and had to leave the building without saving any property, goods or business records. The loss was estimated at twelve thousand dollars. Unfortunately, Belt never recovered financially from the loss of his stock and damage to his property. Thus, the store was managed by Mr. Marshall Walker until 1914, when the building was offered for sale at auction on March 21, 1914. Following its sale, the Belt building has been home to many other uses, including: W. Lawson King’s Auto Showroom, George Woodfield’s Maytag Service, Walker’s Grocery, Frank Ciarrachi’s Restaurant, Clark’s Photography, MacMurray’s Floral Arts and Armand’s Pizzeria.

Today, the J.A. Belt building is considered the oldest commercial property in Gaithersburg. The building has recently undergone a complete historic restoration and is listed on the National Historic Registry. The marriage of the old and new in this historic building creates a unique environment well suited for the reproduction of our turn of the century tavern.

Promotional Expiration

10/09/2011

Limit Per Customer

10

The Fine Print

Valid For Food Only

 Limit 1 per Table

Dine In Only

Minimum purchase $50

18% Gratuity will be added to discount

not valid w/any other restaurant offers, discounts, coupons or happy hour offer

Location and Contact

227 E Diamond Ave
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
301-519-9400

info@growlersbrew.com
http://growlersofgaithersburg.com

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