The Bruery, a relatively small brewery with a devoted fan base, will see its beers return to South Florida shelves beginning June 1 as they sign up with Cavalier Distributing Florida. The Placentia, California brewing facility was founded in 2008, and is known for its large format 750ml bottles of malt-heavy beers and sours, with beers in the 12%-17% alcohol by…

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Saison Brett is the latest in Boulevard Brewing Co.’s line of aggressively flavorful beers under the Smokestack Series, and have been bringing their beers to Florida since October of 2014. Here, we’re greeted by a bottle conditioned and dry hopped saison that’s based on the ever popular Tank 7, being conditioned with Brettanomyces. According to the Boulevard sales sheet, it’s…

Read More Boulevard Brewing Company’s Saison Brett 2017 – Out of Towner Review

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Twisted Trunk Brewing, the second in a now consortium-like level of breweries by Fran Andrewlevich and Matt Webster, will be celebrating their second anniversary this coming Saturday February 11. The event will begin with a dual can release at noon with Hoppelbock (what looks like a hoppy doppelbock) and IPGA (their India pale ale) being sold. Then they will highlight what…

Read More Twisted Trunk Brewing Celebrates Two Year Anniversary

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If you’re at all familiar with Barrel of Monks Brewing in Boca Raton, you’re aware that the Belgian-oriented brewery has been selling beer in primarily 750ml large format bottles. That is, until now. Revealed on Twitter, the brewery has taken stock of a lovely piece of Italian hardware, a GAI MLE 661. The machine can bottle with an output of…

Read More Barrel of Monks Brewing Adds Bottling Line

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In 2014, I traveled out to Clearwater, Florida for a bit of a brewery tour, hitting up a couple of Tampa area spots. This included Pair O’ Dice Brewing Company, which reminded me at the time of my own hometown brewery Due South Brewing Company in ambiance and area of location. When I was there, I sampled their Little Joe…

Read More Clearwater’s Pair O’ Dice Brewing Comes To South Florida

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This past week I was honored and proud to represent a South Florida brewing stalwart, a place that I’ve recently begun to call home as my full time job: Due South Brewing Company. The Boynton Beach brewery brought myself and our sales director Brian out to Denver, Colorado for the three day event. We were able to pour our brewery’s…

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It shouldn’t come as a shock, but Brian Grossman, Sierra Nevada’s founder’s son and runner of the brewery’s Mills River, North Carolina facility, is not a fan of bad beer. I caught up with him at this past BeerCamp in Tampa, where he explained to me what he believes will be the most difficult part for the craft beer industry in…

Read More Brian Grossman Of Sierra Nevada Is Not A Fan Of “Bad Beer”

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The hop train is about to leave the station. On Saturday May 28th, Civil Society Brewing will be releasing 16 ounce cans of their sought-after Pulp and Fresh at noon. Pulp is the Civil’s 6.3% American wheat ale “double dry hopped” with Mosaic hops. Fresh is their 6.2% IPA with Columbus, Amarillo and Citra hops. There is a limit (you can’t just buy as many…

Read More Civil Society Brewing Releases 16 Ounce Cans Saturday, May 25th

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Spotted in the wild, this work shirt on the back of one of the owners of NOBO Brewing Company, formerly Driftwood Ales, formerly Lagerhead Brewing ( … so they went through a couple of names?) at a recent Young Professionals event in Delray Beach this past week. According to said owner and the website, they are scheduled to open in…

Read More NOBO Brewing Company Coming To Boynton Beach

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Kai Ryssdal is the host and senior editor of Marketplace on NPR was in the studio yesterday with craft beer legend Jim Koch of the Boston Beer Company. What follows is an account of the current marketplace fears, Jim’s influence on the Bavarian hop growing region, and a bit of drinking from the brewer and patriot himself. Listen to Marketplace‘s segment below.

Read More Jim Koch of Boston Beer Speaks With NPR About Craft Beer

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