As a testament to the monumental growth of craft beer across the globe, the Great American Beer Festival continues to grow and invite more breweries from across the United States. That means more amazing beers submitted for the judging at the festival competition, one of the most prestigious and competitive in the world. That also means that Florida’s craft breweries are facing stiffer competition from breweries both new and old. This is not a knock against Florida’s breweries, as some of the best beer in the world is crafted in the Sunshine State, just an acknowledgement of the level of competition that everyone is working with.
Sponsored Post: Sip the Sunshine is an All-Florida Craft Beer Festival showcasing the talents of Florida’s award-winning established breweries and those young breweries you may not have heard of yet.
What: Sip The Sunshine Craft Beer Festival & Sundown Session Twilight Concert
Press Release: Hootie and the Blowfish will reunite for a concert in Tampa this September, in conjunction with the launch of the band’s custom craft beer, Hootie’s Homegrown Ale, at Publix grocery stores in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
Press Release: With sales of its canned beers doubling during the past six months, Saint Arnold Brewing Co. (www.saintarnold.com), the oldest craft brewery in Texas, is expanding its canning program to include two additional year-round brews. Six-packs of 12-ounce cans of Saint Arnold Weedwacker and four-packs of 12-ounce cans of Saint Arnold Endeavour Double IPA are arriving in stores this week.
Props Brewery and Grille in Fort Walton Beach has been a solid member of Florida’s craft beer community and holding down the fort in one of Florida’s expanding craft beer markets. Well now the aviation-themed craft brewery is talking about some major changes, according to a recent article in the Northwest Florida Daily News.
The list of locations for Zwanze Day 2016 has been posted by Brasserie Cantillon of Brussels and it has a few surprises.
Tallahassee is becoming a hotbed of craft beer activity with local breweries growing and planning in different parts of the city. Grasslands Brewing Company of Tallahassee announced a milestone: their first bottle release. This first bottle release will be limited, but the brewery staff is very excited about it.