Gainesville’s Swamp Head Brewery is releasing two new cans in their latest run of limited release cans beginning this Saturday, December 23rd.
From Swamp Head Brewery:
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.
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: Holland, Michigan-based craft brewery and distiller, New Holland Brewing, announces plans to distribute their beer to the entire state of Florida through a network of wholesalers beginning in October 2017. This new territory is part of the brewery’s growing 35-state distribution network. Beer will be available in Florida at restaurants, pubs and retail locations.
Press Release: Sea Dog Brewing Co. in Clearwater is hosting Dogtoberfest, in partnership with Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida (LRRoF). The local brewery is kicking off the party at 4PM on Saturday, September 23rd with food, beer releases, games, raffle prizes, photo ops, live entertainment, a dog costume contest, and more! The event is free to attend and all proceeds benefit Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding homes for Labrador Retrievers.