While Tampa’s Cigar City Brewing announced in December that the celebrated beer release would return in 2021, they did not release specifics at that time. Fast forward to January when more details come into focus, and it turns out 2021 will see the anticipated return of Bourbon Barrel-Aged Hunahpu in an all-online release format.
In our post from December 29th, we reported that Four Stacks Brewing would close based on an announcement posted to the brewery’s Facebook account.
In what has to have been a whirlwind few weeks for brewery staff and ownership, Four Stacks Brewing of Apollo Beach has announced that due to a change in circumstances, the brewery operations will remain open into 2021.
Regulars and visitors can now continue to enjoy Four Stacks Brewing’s beers and guest taps into January 2021, with no definitive closing date.
Today, Thursday, December 17th, Cigar City Brewing took to the internet to allude to changes in the format of the Tampa brewery’s 11-years-strong beer festival celebrating the release of Hunahpu’s Imperial Stout.
Opened in 2013, 3 Daughters Brewing in St. Petersburg, Florida is one of the largest independently-owned breweries based in Florida. 3 Daughters Brewing offers over 30 beverages on tap including craft beers, hard ciders, and seltzers. The brewery is family and pet-friendly but also has a 21-and-over area. For more information, please visit www.3DBrewing.com.
Recently we took the Florida Beer News crew to Tallahassee to talk to Ryan LaPete, the owner and head brewer of Deep Brewing Company. We had a great conversation about how Deep had adjusted to the pandemic, what was coming from the brewery in the future, insights on Deep’s new hard seltzer (dubbed “Deep Water”), and more.
Black Friday is rolling around once again, and 2020 is no different. For many beer enthusiasts, Black Friday is the day to forget that Anheuser-Busch InBev owns Goose Island Brewing as they release a few bottles of barrel-aged stout that draw attention away from Goose Island’s strategy the rest of the year – namely releasing forgettable beers on repeated BOGOs and working to take cooler and shelf space away from independent craft breweries.