Several Florida craft breweries went to sleep Sunday night not sure how they would have placed in the U.S. Open Beer Tasting Championship, and when they awoke on Monday morning, those breweries found out that they had taken home medals while competing against very stiff competition.
Motorworks Brewing of Bradenton and most recently their second location now open in Orlando, tells about all of their newest fall beers in the latest edition of their newsletter.
When we read yesterday that Bradenton’s Motorworks Brewing Company had plans to move into the former Orange County Brewers location in downtown Orlando, we reached out to Motorworks Brewing’s Director of Sales & Marketing Barry Elwonger for more information about the brewery’s second location.
With the growth of craft beer around the entire state, it is challenging to offer something fresh and new to the state’s beer lovers. Despite the odds, veteran pub owner Mark Tuchman has found a way. To describe his newest establishment, 99 Bottles, as anything less than an experience would be selling it short.
Motorworks Brewing of Bradenton seems to have a deep well of beer ideas, and they keep cranking out the bottle releases. Their latest release, Therianthropy American Wild Ale, will be available in bottles beginning on Wednesday, August 7th.
Press Release: Motorworks Brewing became the second commercial brewery to brew a beer with Florida-Grown wet hops. The hops were hand-harvested in the Tampa Bay area on independent grower Matt Harper’s farm in Riverview, locally-grown, pesticide-free Cascade hops star in their new American Pale Ale.