Tampa-founded Florida Avenue Brewing swore that they would return to Seminole Heights ever since their sister-business Brew Bus Brewing departed their Seminole Heights home on Florida Avenue for their new home in Wesley Chapel.
(Angry Chair Brewing has since moved into the old facility and made it their own.)
Founded as Tampa Bay Brew Bus in 2013, Brew Bus Brewing grew out of the small company that served beer while driving around Tampa Bay. Brew Bus Brewing and Florida Avenue Brewing were two brands of beer made by the same people in Seminole Heights for years, until Florida Avenue Brewing moved to Wesley Chapel and Brew Bus Brewing closed their doors, promising to return.
Now, it is time for Florida Avenue Ales to open their doors in Seminole Heights once again. Florida Avenue Brewing The first beer on tap – the aptly named Coming Home Double IPA, according to an article in Tampa Bay’s Creative Loafing.
From Florida Avenue Brewing:
At long last, we are FINALLY back on Florida Avenue!
Join us for our opening weekend, starting tomorrow, Friday May 5th at 11am!
Our second taproom features all of your favorite Florida Avenue Brewing Co. beers, as well as an on-site kitchen, full liquor bar, and a spacious outdoor patio!
Swing by, say hi, meet up with old friends and share in the fun as we celebrate being back in the Seminole Heights neighborhood.
See you at 4315 N. Florida Avenue!
About Florida Avenue Ales
We called ourselves Florida Avenue from the start for our location on one of Tampa’s most notable roads. But with time and growth, that name has come to mean more to us and more to our people. We set out in 2010 with a mission to provide a memorable craft beer experience for anyone we met along the way and to represent the Sunshine State to all who walked through our doors. With each beer you enjoy, we want you to taste all this state has to offer, drink it in, and thirst for more. Throughout our state and beyond, we are Florida Avenue.