Pinglehead Brewing Company from the Orange Park area of Jacksonville has recently announced that their Halloween party this year will be called Phobia Fest. Phobia Fest, as it sounds, will not be for the faint of heart (although some family activities will be included) and will bring together artists, paranormal experts, and beer geeks for a day out of the ordinary. With all that will be happening, Pinglehead is planning to make Phobia Fest an annual tradition.
The Bold City Brewery family will be celebrating six years of Jax beers at their Roselle Street facility this October.
From Bold City Brewery newsletter:
Bold City Brewery’s Sixth Anniversary Celebration
Sports teams everywhere seem to be getting into the spirit of craft beer and its increasing popularity. According to the latest Engine 15 newsletter, the Jacksonville Jaguars will now have some Engine 15 beer available in the stadium.
From the beginning of the brewery, Engine 15 Brewing Company was committed to helping new and aspiring brewers perfect their recipes and learn how to brew beer on a bigger brewing system. Unfortunately, Engine 15 is going to have to stop that program in the name of progress, but that space will not be lost.
Veterans United Craft Brewery is in the brite tank and ready to pour forth into the ranks of Jacksonville’s craft brewers. Owners Ron & Cheryl Gamble have worked for months to put together a new craft brewery for thirsty Jacksonville patrons, and all of that work is about to come to fruition with the opening of the brewery’s doors.
Engine 15 has recently added to their selection of bottled house beers. Newest addition: Old Battle Axe IPA.
From Engine 15 Newsletter:
Engine 15 Brewing Company of Jacksonville Beach has been working diligently to build their new production brewery in the La Villa section of Jacksonville. Well, like Doctor Frankenstein amazed by his creation, co-owners and brewers Luciano Scremin and Sean Bielman posted a video of them standing next to the brewhouse of their Myrtle Street facility and simply saying, “It’s finally alive” as steam poured out of the brewkettle.