Tallahassee’s first craft brewery announces new brewpub concept, opening later in February.
Proof Brewing Company, Tallahassee’s first craft brewery, is now offering delivery service.
The brewery announced on August 18th that they would now be offering limited delivery of beers purchased from the brewery.
As the Tallahassee craft beer scene continues to evolve, the folks at Lake Tribe Brewing continue to push the boundaries of flavor in sour beer with their Wildwoods Project Series of beers. The latest release in the series will be available in bottles on October 25th.
Tallahassee’s Ology Brewing originally announced the release of two different canned beers coming this week – however, due to some logistics mixups, Berry Lactose Berliner only will be dropping on Thursday, September 12th.
From Ology Brewing:
In a rough span of time for Florida craft beer after the announcement of Red Cypress Brewery’s closure, Grasslands Brewing Company of Tallahassee announces that they will be closing and ceasing operations, effective July 15th, 2019.
Press Release: Proof Brewing Co. is set to release its Lager in 12-ounce six-pack cans in the brewery’s new tasting room on Friday, April 19th at 11:00 AM. Lager will be added to the year-round line up with limited distribution in Florida. Our salute to the classic German style! This bright, refreshing lager showcases a balance of light malt with a delicate German Noble hop aroma. Proof Lager has a clean, crisp finish which pairs perfectly with a sunny day or any day you please.
Press Release: Proof Brewing Company is excited to announce plans to begin renovations on the 34,000 square-foot former Coca-Cola Bottling Company building on South Monroe Street. Proof Brewing Co.’s relocation to 1320 South Monroe, next to the heart of the capital, will feature an expanded tasting room, retail store, private event space, kitchen, and beer garden. The facility will be centrally located near the redevelopment of South Monroe and the downtown district and walking distance to beautiful Cascades Park. The brewery production expansion will feature efficiency upgrades, quality control lab, and additional fermentation capacity. In total, the renovation and expansion will increase the facility’s potential production capacity to 30,000 barrels with additional room to grow.