Tampa Bay craft beer – some of the best breweries lie beyond the Bay Area’s bridges.
Recently Greg Rapp of Rapp Brewing has announced a few changes to his lineup. Those changes have nothing to do with the ever-rotating lineup of beers coming through the tap lines, but instead deal with the folks who make those enchanting liquids that pour in the tap room.
Rapp Brewing Company has undergone a transformation since Greg Rapp announced his intention to open his company in Seminole. After finding a warehouse space, owner Greg Rapp renovated a warehouse and office space into a brewery and tasting room. Now, after several successful bottle releases, including several batches of Rapp’s “OMG” strong ale, a bourbon barrel-aged robust porter, and more, Rapp is going to release his imperial stout that has been aged in a Heaven Hill brand bourbon barrel for seven months.
Rapp Brewing Company of Seminole has made a name for themselves in the short time that they have been open. Brewer Greg Rapp prides himself on keeping his tasting room stocked with dozens of house beers.
Beer and crawfish may seem like an unlikely combination, but Seminole’s Rapp Brewing Company will be pouring six of their creations at the 17th Annual Cajun Cafe on the Bayou Crawfish Festival.
Grassy Fork, Tennessee- The crew at Rapp Brewing of Seminole will celebrate their first anniversary in one short week on September 1st. The celebration will come with beer, revelry, and a food truck at the brewery.