Florida beer has grown by leaps and bounds for several years now, with the state’s haymaker breweries making names for themselves in the last ten years. While ten years of monumental growth in craft beer has been a boon to the state and its beer scene, new breweries are working to make names for themselves all the time. Many breweries are winning awards, accolades, and respect ever day, but some manage to fly under the radar and not get the accolades they deserve. In the last two years, so many breweries have come up in the Sunshine State and some of them are making good beer, some are doing good business locally, and some manage to find their niche and pour liquid gold.
Less than two weeks away from their second anniversary party, Playalinda Brewing has announced that they have signed a statewide distribution agreement. Previously, Playalinda beers were not widely available, but much of that was slated to change with the addition of The Brix Project.
The list of locations for Zwanze Day 2016 has been posted by Brasserie Cantillon of Brussels and it has a few surprises.
Press Release: A year and a half after opening Titusville’s first craft brewery, the owners of Playalinda Brewing Company are expanding with the launch of the Brix Project. Slated to open in late summer at the site of a former lumberyard on U.S. 1 south of downtown Titusville, the Brix Project will feature a brewpub with 20 taps, a restaurant, and a beer garden.
Playalinda Brewing Company is elated to announce that brewery partner and head brewmaster/certified cicerone Ron Raike has been inducted into the 2015 Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame. With more than 300 nominees submitted for this year’s Hall of Fame class, Raike was one of only 10 inductees.