Tallahassee’s Ology Brewing is now available in Publix stores

Having beer available in a major retailer is a big deal for any brewery. Looking back through the archives of Florida’s breweries, it is usually an occasion for celebration when cans or bottles are first available in a grocery store like Publix or Winn-Dixie.

Congratulations to TallaOlogy Brewing now available in Publix storeshassee’s Ology Brewing stands as Tallahassee’s latest brewery to have beer available to the masses in the powerhouse Florida grocery store.

From Ology Brewing:

Getting your favorite beers just got more convenient!

Next time you are shopping for groceries check the aisle at Publix for Ology core 4-packs!


RAINBOW COLORED GLASSES – 6% Rainbow Sherbet Berliner

ITALIAN PILZ – 5% Italian Style Pilsner

SPA GOGGLES – 4% Cucumber Lime Gose


The best news about Ology’s beer being available, is that the beer is in Publix’s system, and as long as a store is within the delivery footprint of Tri-Eagle Sales, Ology’s hometown distributor, the store can order the beer in.

Want to learn more about Ology Brewing, their journey, and where they are going? Ology Brewing’s head brewer and CEO, Nick Walker, sat down with the BeerWise Podcast and talked about all of this and more. Click the link for more information, or subscribe to the BeerWise Podcast to hear more from great beer and brewing minds around the U.S.

Ology BrewingAbout Ology Brewing
Ology’s journey began with the passion for craft beer. Growing up surrounded by science and experimentation, Nick Walker, Head Brewer, developed a keen interest in the world of sensory research, particularly in taste and smell. This fascination, combined with his love for creating food in the kitchen, sparked his venture into homebrewing, where he discovered his true passion for crafting exceptional beverages.In collaboration with his longtime friends, Paul Woodward and Brian Clark, Ology took its first steps in June 2017. Their shared enthusiasm for crafting fine liquors, coffee, and a diverse range of beers, from Hazy IPAs to BA stouts, lagers, fruited sours, and unique rums, laid the foundation for what Ology is today.