Due South Brewing of Boynton Beach is passionate about getting their beer in the hands of their faithful locals. Due South Brewing purchased a canning line back in May and has been working to get their money’s worth out of cans ever since.
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:
Jdub’s Brewing of Sarasota has a lot to celebrate. Since their opening in February, JDub’s has collaborated, crafted the pillar of their core lineup (Up Top! IPA), and continuously added new beers to their tap room.
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.
Saint Augustine’s Mile Marker Brewing has been serving the First Coast for two years now, and they are looking at expanding their Florida reach in 2014.
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.