Tampa’s in-the-works craft brewery, the cool one that hosts the pop-up tastings, and the one that has had some great festival beers, Coppertail Brewing, is on its way to opening day, but they have hit a few snags.
Florida gained another star in the craft brewery sky this weekend. The area surrounding Miami has numerous breweries in planning and in various stages of opening, and the folks at LauderAle have realized their vision.
The Brewers Association has posted the list of Florida craft breweries that will be representing the Sunshine State at the mother of all beer festivals in Denver, Colorado this October. The state will be well represented with some surprise breweries in attendance and some surprise breweries not in attendance.
Tequesta Brewing, the eponymous brewery in the small town on the eastern coast is poised to grow by leaps and bounds. What began as a small brewery next to a great cafe in Tequesta, Florida has grown to a recognizable Florida craft beer success, having filled every available nook and cranny in their facility with brewing equipment. Now, after much talk of how it would happen, the brewery announced yesterday that they began demolition on a space for construction of a new brewery.
Southern Brewing & Winemaking (Southern) has brewed three beer styles from countries around the world in celebration of International Beer Day on August 1, 2014.