5Qs With: Valeria Molinari, Jon Zerivitz, Amy Langrehr

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5Qs With LogoBaltimore is considered by many a small city in that you’re always bound to bump into someone familiar. And with such a size, it can cause more of a fight between new and established businesses wanting to bring in the most customers. But in many of the industries, here, from tech to the arts, many have looked to pairing up and working together, and essentially, winning together.

And when it comes to the food and beverage world, events like The Gathering or Light Up Lexington, bring different restaurants and breweries together, attracting patrons from all parts of the city and beyond.

COLLABORATION speakers (l-r): Jon Zerivitz, Valeria Molinari, Amy Langrehr. Photo: Kelvin Bulluck

COLLABORATION speakers (l-r): Jon Zerivitz, Valeria Molinari, Amy Langrehr. Photo: Kelvin Bulluck

This month, CreativeMornings Baltimore is talking COLLABORATION. We met up with upcoming speakers Valeria Molinari of Pickle & Tongue, Jon Zerivitz of Union Craft Brewing, and Amy Langrehr of Charm City Cook to hear their thoughts on the CM theme and their perspectives on how the partnership method has impacted their businesses and the city.

We’re also trying something new, here, at Strangers With Style. Check out 5Qs With …in audiovisual form. It’s a work in progress, but an awesome new start. So, press play and take a listen.

Special thanks to Union Craft Brewing for the location. And thanks to our own Kelvin Bulluck for the awesome pictures. Free tickets are still available for tomorrow’s talk. Head to creativemornings.com to reserve your seats. 

Creator & managing editor of Strangers With Style. Happiest when her work allows others to shine, too. Lover of collabs, social media, blogging, fashion, food & the color blue.

  • Tiffany Tupper

    Looking forward to the Creative Mornings discussion with this group tomorrow! I’m eager to ask Jon, who referred to brewing a few times as a brotherhood, about women brewers in the DelMarVA area and if he sees encouraging more women to enter the brewing scene as a part of potential future collaborations. This was a great interview, Olivia!

    • http://oliviaobineme.com Olivia O.

      Interesting inquiry. I had that in the back of my mind, as well. I hope you had a chance to ask him. Thanks for you feedback, Tiffany!