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Remaking Baltimore's waterfront, with a splash of whiskey

Sportswear company Under Armour's CEO Kevin Plank's new enterprises are restoring lustre to Maryland traditions and landmarks

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Mr Plank often draws inspiration for his businesses from his Sagamore horse farm; bottles being labelled at Sagamore Spirit (above); The Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Baltimore and Dictate the Tempo, a broodmare at Sagamore Farm.

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Mr Plank (above) often draws inspiration for his businesses from his Sagamore horse farm; bottles being labelled at Sagamore Spirit; The Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Baltimore and Dictate the Tempo, a broodmare at Sagamore Farm.

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Mr Plank often draws inspiration for his businesses from his Sagamore horse farm; bottles being labelled at Sagamore Spirit; The Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Baltimore (above) and Dictate the Tempo, a broodmare at Sagamore Farm.

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Mr Plank often draws inspiration for his businesses from his Sagamore horse farm; bottles being labelled at Sagamore Spirit; The Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Baltimore and Dictate the Tempo, a broodmare at Sagamore Farm (above).

Baltimore

RISING high above the new Sagamore Spirit distillery in South Baltimore is a white water tower with three maroon diamonds on each side, a nod to the jockey silks of the thoroughbred farm that provides the spring water for the company's rye whiskey.

The distillery, which

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