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Wine Club at The Vault

Wine Club at The Vault

Do you absolutely love a great tasting, aroma-filled premium wine? Then The Vault at West Palm Beach Brewery is perfect for you. Whether you stop in to try a glass of our Dad’s Blend or are looking to purchase a bottle (or case) of wine for an event, we are positive you will find exactly the right vintage for your needs. Join our Wine Club and reap the rewards! While you are here, you really should consider joining our Wine Club, which offers some great benefits to its members! After all, what is better than belonging to a club that enjoys […]

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Mar 14, 2018

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A visit into the past can still be a learning experience

A visit into the past can still be a learning experience

We tend to avoid commercial brewing, as we’re very independent oriented.  However, that does not stop us from appreciating some of the breweries of old that may no longer be around.  Those who’ve been bought up by larger corporations, moved to a new region, and the old brewery works left behind as a memory of great days gone by.  That is exactly the case with the Heineken Brewery of old. Heineken?  Seriously? Ok, so not everyone was, or is, fond of the brew.  However, the history is one that is worth mention, as is the case with many breweries outside […]

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Jul 6, 2017

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How is a craft brew made?

How is a craft brew made?

Craft beers have been made for centuries and the process has not changed much over that time.

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Jan 23, 2017

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How are Lagers and Ales Different?

How are Lagers and Ales Different?

For those who are new to the craft brew community, a common question is often raised.  How are lagers and ales different?  What makes each one unique? Hot Heads of the Crowd The answer to this is found in the brewing process itself.  You could say, one gets a “rise” faster.  That is to say, they use different types of yeast!  Ale yeast creates a foam that rises to the top and looks a lot like lemon meringue.  This is due to the higher heat used in the fermentation tanks, as the bubbling of the yeast is a bit more […]

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Dec 22, 2016