Oyster City Brewing Company, Apalachicola’s craft brewery, has recently announced a number of new locations: first with a new home in Tallahassee (down the street from Doak Campbell Stadium, where the Seminoles play) then another location at 600 Government Street in Mobile, Alabama.
Oyster City Brewing is taking over the space on Gaines Street that was previously occupied by the short-lived SOF Brewing Company who previously took over the space from Tallahassee’s Grasslands Brewing Company.
As of August 19th, the newest location in Tallahassee is officially open for business!
Well folks, today is the day!! We are beyond excited to officially announce the second Oyster City Brewing Company is NOW open in Tallahassee, Florida! Go show @ocbc_tallahassee some love, and check it out if you’re in the area. Open 12-9pm.
We’ll be cheersing from afar here in Apalach too, so come on down and celebrate with us! It’s a good day to drink good beer 🍻
About Oyster City Brewing Company
The Oyster City Brewing Company was conceived in 2012 on the barstools of The Tap Room in Apalachicola with one frequently asked question:
“What’s your local beer?”
Committed to thorough, practical research, we sampled hundreds of pints of craft beer from all over the state and region. Tough work for sure, but slowly it began to dawn on us, “We might could pull it off.”
We practiced and practiced, and read lots of books, and drank lots of beer, and talked to brewers all over the Southeast, whose help, expertise and advice were given freely and without hesitation. Eventually, we put together a plan and transformed an old dive bar into a little brewery and got to work, guided by the mission to improve our beer with every batch. To this day, we still start each morning committed to making our little slice of coastal paradise proud. Cheers!