Lots going on in the Wynwood area of Miami recently – several breweries garnering attention for beers and releases. This morning’s update comes from Concrete Beach Brewery about a few beers being released this week and a new canned beer on the horizon.
Saltwater Brewery of Delray Beach has been receiving a lot of press for the edible sixpack rings they are rolling out. Saltwater’s year-round offerings have been anchored by Screamin’ Reels IPA and Sea Cow Milk Stout, but soon there will be a third ale in the core offerings, making this a trinity: LocAle Session Ale. Clocking in at 4.7% alcohol, LocAle is a lighter ale and will pair well with the hot outdoor Florida season.
Press Release: Hootie and the Blowfish will reunite for a concert in Tampa this September, in conjunction with the launch of the band’s custom craft beer, Hootie’s Homegrown Ale, at Publix grocery stores in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
Two Henrys Brewing Company, the sister operation to the Keel and Curley Winery, has brought Plant City a new milestone: the first hometown canned beer.
Starting this week, Two Henrys is canning 7 Mile IPA and Gilded Age Lager.
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.