In this episode Devon Kreps of 7venth Sun Brewery joins the BeerWise Podcast to talk about her 10-year journey with 7venth Sun.
Devon founded 7venth Sun Brewery in a small tasting room on Broadway in Dunedin, and grew the business to two locations – an expanded version of the original brewery and a larger production facility in Tampa’s Seminole Heights neighborhood.
In this episode, you also see the third iteration of a segment I am calling “The Six Pack.” These are six questions to conclude the episode, all related to the beer industry and what the guest has learned in the industry. The “six pack” gives a little more information about Devon and her experience in the beer industry.
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About 7venth Sun Brewery
7venth Sun held its grand opening on January 7, 2012 in Dunedin, Florida by owner/operator Devon Kreps. Devon graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in Fermentation Science. Directly out of school, she was hired to brew in Anheuser-Busch’s pilot facility and then moved up to management at AB’s Cartersville location. After several years working for AB, Devon decided to head south to Atlanta, GA to work for a smaller craft brewery. Equipped with the brewing and business skills she had learned at these companies, Devon and two friends decided to team up and began to search for the right spot to open their own brewery in the Tampa Bay Area. Both of those partners have since left the business and Devon is continuing to elevate 7venth Sun’s creativity by developing fresh new recipes and utilizing surprising flavor combinations.