From left to right: Tranice Watts, co-owner/business manager; Davie Feaster, founder/brew master; Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford; Gene Lott, co-owner/sales manager; Kevin Boseman, co-owner/brew equipment specialist.

WALDORF, Md. – Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford visited Patuxent Brewing Co., Charles County’s first brewery, Thursday, to confer the Great Seal of the State of Maryland. Owners of Patuxent Brewing were on hand to host the lieutenant governor and a few staff members, as well as members of the Department of Natural Resources and Intergovernmental Affairs.

Lt. Gov. Rutherford toured the brewery and even canned a few of the selections on hand. Davie Feaster, the majority owner and head brewmaster was pleased and humbled to have the lieutenant governor visit his Waldorf facility. “It’s wonderful to have the lieutenant governor and other public officials here, and let them experience the business of a nano-brewery,” Feaster said. The owners gave a short history of the brewery’s founding and also discussed the economic climate in Maryland.

Lt. Gov. Rutherford made the formal citation presentation of the Great Seal of the State of Maryland to Davie and the other owners for the small business’ contribution to Maryland. The lieutenant governor also presented each of them with challenge coins, featuring the state seal on one side, and the lieutenant governor’s personal design of the State Capitol Building at sunset on the other side.

About Patuxent Brewing Co.
Patuxent Brewing Co., 70 Industrial Park Drive, Suite 2A, “We do what the big boys can’t.” Founded by Davie Feaster in 2017, Patuxent Brewing flexes with the times and seasons. Davie is inspired by his daily environment and he uses those experiences to craft and brew beer with exceptional depth and flavor. Davie’s fellow associates add their skills to hosting customers in the taproom, filling cans for carryout and taking care of the daily operations of a growing brewery. For more information, contact Patuxent Brewing Co. at 240-702-2611 or e-mail