Cask & Larder, Winter Park’s oldest brewpub, has joined forces with the fine folks at Orlando International Airport (Airport Code: MCO) and has opened the doors on a facility to feed the hungry travelers passing through.
Press Release: Deadly Sins Brewing’s journey to beer began twelve months ago when owners Tom Adams and Ana Barrientos were discussing their future. After a beautiful vacation in Asheville, NC the couple decided to take the next step. They decided to open a brewery together. Tom had been homebrewing on and off for 15 years, a hobby that saw a renaissance when he met Ana. Within a month he’d drafted a business plan, in three had secured a loan, and on November 1st, 2015 the lease was signed at 750 Jackson Ave. The 4,000 square foot property is in an industrial area of Winter Park, off Fairbanks and behind 4Rivers Smokehouse. The company brews on a seven-barrel system with plenty of space in the facility to grow.
Cask & Larder of Winter Park has decided to match this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day with something more traditional than green beer. Rather than adding food coloring to their beer, they have decided to brew a dry stout and release it on the 17th.
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.
Press Release: For the second consecutive year, Cask & Larder and the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park will collaborate on a limited edition beer release to commemorate famed 18th century German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, a noted beer lover. The 2016 Branderburger Bock will debut during a special beer release party at Cask & Larder on Feb. 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will also feature a live performance by members of the acclaimed Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, who will serenade the audience with selections from Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos.
Cask & Larder couldn’t be more excited that starting July 1, after years of legislative battle, Floridians will be allowed to fill 64-ounce growlers of to-go beer directly at breweries and retailers for the first time in state history.
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.