In the current climate, with brewery closing announcements seeming to come on a regular basis, brewery anniversary celebrations are always a welcome reminder that many of Florida’s craft breweries are going strong. 7venth Sun Brewery’s is this kind of celebration – one where it is the perfect time to celebrate the beer, the brewery, and the people that make this operation run.
It also helps that the brewery is dropping cans of a new beer, this one a collaboration with Pennsylvania’s Voodoo Brewery.
From 7venth Sun:
IT’S BEEN 10 YEARS OF BEERS FOR 7VENTH SUN!
We’ll be celebrating Friday and Saturday at BOTH locations with special performances by our friends Jon Ditty and Stick Martin in Dunedin! More details are below!
Friday 1/7 – Collaboration Bottle & Can Drop
-Cigar City / 7venth Sun Collaboration – Foedre Aged Sours Bottle Drop (Details TBA)
-Voodoo Brewing / 7venth Sun Collaboration – Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout Series Can Drop (Info below)
Friday & Saturday 1/7 & 1/8:
Nostalgic Series – Draft and Can Drop
-The Return of FYA
-The Return of Intergalactic Pale Ale
-The Return of Mango FYA
Nostalgic Series – Draft Specialty Treatments
-Kiwi Cherry Coconut Sour
-Makin Love At Midnight
Release of New TBA Draft Specialty Treatments
Return of our most requested blast-from-the-past Tee-Shirts
7pm – 9:30pm: Special Performance by Stick Martin & Jon Ditty
2pm – 4pm: Bottle Share!
Bring a 7venth Sun classic, or any of your favorite beers to share with fellow beer buffs!
Edmond’s Heirloom PNG – with Tahitensis vanilla from Papua New Guinea (PNG). Sweet and rich, with subtle notes of Caramel, Chocolate, and dried Cherries.🍒🍫
Edmond’s Heirloom V – with Vanatu vanilla (V). Powerful vanilla aromatics with notes of Nutmeg and Ginger.🌰🌱
Edmond’s Heirloom TE – with Tahitensis vanilla from Ecuador (TE). Tastes like delectable Butter Cake and has notes of sweet Cherry!🍰🍒
This series honors Edmond Albius who was a 12-year-old slave when he invented the pollination process that catapulted the vanilla industry, which is still used now, 180 years later. While he solved a botanical mystery that stumped the greatest botanists of the time and enriched the country of Reunion with the explosion of its newest export, he received no compensation except his release from slavery, unfairly dying in poverty at the age of 51.
We want to pay tribute to his extraordinary contribution with these three whiskey & bourbon barrel-aged beers, showcasing different varietals from the only species of orchid that produces an edible fruit.
Available at both 7venth Sun locations Friday for our 10 year anniversary in 8-ounce cans. We can’t wait to party with you all!