Press Release: The highly anticipated Branderburger Bock, a limited edition beer from Cask & Larder in collaboration with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, will be released at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13, kicking off a festive, music-filled event featuring releases from a chorus of local breweries. Paying homage to famed 18th-century composer Johann Sebastian Bach, a noted beer lover, the second annual release party will treat attendees to live performances by members of the acclaimed Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra and a special German-themed food menu, along with other Bach-inspired beers from Redlight Redlight, ten10, Central 28, Crooked Can and Red Cypress.
Orlando’s Redlight Redlight is going to be host to Brasserie Cantillon’s annual celebration of Zwanze Day.
When owner Brent Hernandez opened Redlight Redlight as a craft beer bar in the Winter Park area of Orlando, craft beer was much younger, and Florida craft beer was in its infancy. Now, when the Winter Park craft beer landmark celebrates ten years in the business, the celebration requires more than an afternoon, more than a day, and more than a week. Redlight Redlight’s decade-a-versary will take ten days to properly celebrate–one for each year.
Ron Raike to return to Orlando to take over the taps at Redlight Redlight with beers from Playalinda Brewing Company.
Press Release from Playalinda Brewing:
One of Belgium’s most revered brewers of sour and inspired beers, Brasserie Cantillon of Brussels has announced the list of bars that will receive kegs of their once-a-year released Zwanze. Once again, Orlando’s Redlight Redlight has risen to the top of the short list of host establishments for this uber-rare Belgian beer.
The rumor has been going around for a while, and now Orlando’s Redlight Redlight has made it official: they are now Redlight Redlight Beer Parlour and Brewery.
From Redlight’s Facebook Page:
Ratebeer.com, one of the top beer rating websites on the Internet, releases annual statistics regarding which breweries rate highest amongst their members. This set of rankings and statistics, the “Ratebeer Best” list, is stacked with names of brewers both up-and-coming and perennial favorites.