SaltWater Brewery of Boca Raton is making strides in their beer program–when they started out, the brewery was draft only (only on draft and available in kegs). The brewery then announced the availability of Screamin’ Reels IPA, and now, (as of February 23rd, 2016), SaltWater Brewery has announced the availability of Sea Cow Milk Stout in cans around South Florida.
Boynton Beach’s Due South Brewing began its time as a canning brewery by canning IPA and Caramel Cream Ale. Then the brewery began expanding canned offerings and canned Maple Orange Imperial Caramel Cream Ale.
Props Brewery and Grill of Fort Walton Beach has been brewing up a storm in the Florida panhandle. With small batch draft releases hitting taps and now the news that Blonde Bomber Ale is coming to cans, look for more great things out of this craft brewery.
3 Daughters Brewing (3DB) of Saint Petersburg has been working hard since opening to keep Saint Petersburg, Tampa, and Sarasota flowing with their beers. This month’s 3 Daughters newsletter contains some interesting tidbits about the brewery’s plans for the future:
Homestead- Miami Brewing Company’s tasting room at Schnebly Redlands Winery is like a tropical paradise in the middle of Homestead. The brewery has now taken a step towards its customers by canning their Big Rod Coconut Blonde Ale- now customers are able to bring home a taste of the tropical ale.
Largo- Barley Mow Brewing Company spent most of their Thursday putting their flagship Black IPA, dubbed The Unkindness, into cans. Barley Mow announces that starting today, Friday afternoon, beginning at 3pm when the brewery opens, cans of The Unkindness will be for sale.