3 Daughters Brewing is continuing to grow their barrel-aged beer releases as the brewery continues to grow. This time, the brewery is posting two different beers released in large-format bottles. Speaking of the new releases, 3 Daughter is also proud of their 18 taps in the tasting room, complete with 2 additional nitro taps.
Press Release: 3 Daughters Brewing, one of the fastest growing regional breweries from Florida continues its tremendous growth with a new 10,000 square foot facility. The additional warehouse will be located on the same property as the original brewery and positions 3 Daughters Brewing as one of the largest in the state. Through a partnership with a local tank manufacturer, BrewFab, this expansion will add six new 150 BBL fermenters and two 300 BBL brite tanks which will more than quintuple current production capacity.
3 Daughters Brewing, the largest craft brewery in St. Petersburg, is launching its fourth can, this time as a tribute to United States veterans. The can celebrates 3 Daughters Brewing’s inaugural My Hero series, with all proceeds being donated to the Navy SEAL Foundation.
3 Daughters Brewing has been bringing their draft offerings and two cans all over the Tampa area and pushing outward as quickly as possible. Now the brewery is moving a tap room favorite, Channel Marker Red Ale, into cans and rechristening it.
Join the celebration and experience a night full of fun and amazing craft beer at the One Year Anniversary Celebration for 3 Daughters Brewing. The party will feature special beer releases, food from Maggie on the Move and Urban Brew and BBQ and a live music performance featuring the Spazmatics. This event is free to the public.
Back in May, 3 Daughters Brewing of Saint Petersburg began to talk about canning their beers. That talk is coming closer to reality as the brewery released can designs and a timeline for distribution.