Ormond Brewing Company does not celebrate halfway. The crew at Ormond Brewing are going all out for Cinco de Mayo, so much so that the Ormond Brewing Taproom is celebrating the Mexican holiday a few days early because they just could not wait to release this special ale.
Ormond Brewing Company of Ormond Beach has been operating for just over a year now and is set to expand the operation.
Craft beer has long been partnered with art as an illustration of how both take time, skill, and craftsmanship to produce. Craft brewers have sometimes made beers to show respect to those musicians who inspire them to their creativity. Tomoka Brewery of Ormond Beach is doing just that, and on the anniversary of a performer’s tragic death.
Tomoka Brewery, Ormond Beach’s first craft brewery, has a plan for Black Friday. That plan involves bringing all dark ales to their tap room while providing a respite from the holiday shopping bonanza going on around the world.
Tomoka Brewery, Ormond Beach’s first craft brewery, has begun tapping a new treatment beer every Thursday. With this commitment, the brewery recently posted future treatment tappings for the month of November.
From the Tomoka Brewery newsletter:
Tomoka Brewery, Ormond Beach’s first craft brewery, will soon be expanding their operation. Tomoka owners Peter Szunyogh and Jen Hawkins will are settling on a facility outside of Ormond Beach in Port Orange to house their fifteen-barrel brewing system and new restaurant. While the current facility makes one barrel of beer at a time for their eight-tap pizza restaurant, the new facility will have twelve taps and be able to brew fifteen barrels of beer at a time.