Florida beer has grown by leaps and bounds for several years now, with the state’s haymaker breweries making names for themselves in the last ten years. While ten years of monumental growth in craft beer has been a boon to the state and its beer scene, new breweries are working to make names for themselves all the time. Many breweries are winning awards, accolades, and respect ever day, but some manage to fly under the radar and not get the accolades they deserve. In the last two years, so many breweries have come up in the Sunshine State and some of them are making good beer, some are doing good business locally, and some manage to find their niche and pour liquid gold.
Press Release: After months of collaboration with North Carolina agency The Brandit, Cigar City Brewing begins the rollout of their refreshed identity system today beginning with their social media and ecommerce platforms.
Press Release: Due South Brewing Company will be releasing Nun With A Chainsaw IPA on October 20 on draft and in 16 ounce cans. This will be the first time that a beer at Due South has been canned in 16 ounces.
It was not too long ago that Florida’s craft beer community did not have enough members to fill the big table at a restaurant. Now, with over 220 craft breweries and brewpubs, there is significant competition in the craft beer scene but there is the same amount of camaraderie.
Press Release: Due South Brewing Company will be celebrating Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival held in Munich, Germany, with a three-day event of their own. The brewery’s Oktoberfest festivities will run Thursday, September 28 through Saturday, September 30.
Press Release: This fall, JDub’s Brewing Company cans ”Poolside” Kölsch and Up Top! IPA will get a new look. The “refreshed” can designs are reflective of the companies meaning and current standing in the market place. Owner Jeremy Joerger, “It’s about time for a “face lift” for the cans. As we grow and evolve, it’s important to look not just to the future for ways to innovate and stay relevant, but also at what we are currently doing and make sure nothing about the brand is stagnant. Also, I wanted to evolve from putting our core values of Quality, Innovation and Culture on the cans to what this brand truly represents, living the life you love and following your dream. That is my story and what I want this brand to mean to people. I’m stoked about these cans and think they reflect what we are and continue to be, a growing, quality Southeast brand.”