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Craft Brewing in South Florida

Craft Brewing in South Florida

Have you ever wondered how popular craft breweries truly are? We did once, which led us to discover that there were already over 4,000 craft breweries in the United States alone! If that is not a sign of intense popularity, we don’t what is. Here in South Florida, the popularity of craft breweries and their wares are still growing and the oldest breweries date back over one hundred years!  Craft brewing is certainly alive and well down here! From Cigar City to Accomplice Brewery and Ciderworks, South Florida craft brewing is great! The brewery scene here in South Florida has […]

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Feb 22, 2018

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Try a great porter in West Palm

Try a great porter in West Palm

West Palm Beach is a great place to go for fun, friends, and amazing craft beer.  That is no less true when it comes to the great porter you can find at West Palm Beach Brewery!  Our Palm Beach Porter has been receiving outstanding reviews from our patrons and we’re really proud of that. What makes great porter the right choice? A great porter can easily draw you away into another world.  While that may sound cheesy, we assure you, the only thing that is cheesy here is the amazing Fire Roasted Mac N’ Cheese over at our Intracoastal Kitchen!  […]

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Feb 2, 2018

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Craft beer from Long Trail

Craft beer from Long Trail

As the season gets into full swing, we’ve spent some time checking out the many craft breweries throughout the United States.  We wanted to bring forth some craft breweries that may not have as much notice as they should since we would love to help others see why they’ve become local favorites.  With that in mind, we bring to you Long Trail Brewing in Vermont, because the craft beer journey truly is a Long Trail indeed. Long Trail has some great craft beer! The folks at Long Trail focus on the quality of their craft beer above all else, bringing […]

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Jun 21, 2017

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Craft beer is still on the rise

Craft beer is still on the rise

While many folks are bellying up to the bar at a craft brewery in their taproom, the naysayers are shaking their heads in wonder at the continued rise of popularity for craft beer across the United States. This trend has caused big name brewers to have miniature conniptions for the past decade, as sales of the more mass-produced brews have slid a bit, giving way to craft beer sales. This has caused quite a few craft breweries to be purchased by those big names, in the hopes of regaining sales and perhaps figuring out what this new love for craft […]

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May 29, 2017

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Is craft brewing a dying fad?

Is craft brewing a dying fad?

It seems that there are those in the craft brewing industry who are under the impression that craft brewing is declining and that the market will be failing soon. Goose Island founder, John Hall, recently stated that he disagrees with this belief in an interview with Business Insider. He states that the craft brewing industry is in no way facing trouble and that each brewer simply has choices to make going forward. They can either choose to partner with big brewers like AB-Inbev, or they can remain small. Others in the industry, such as Jim Koch from Boston Beer, believe […]

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May 17, 2017

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Great Rhythm and Outstanding Beer

Great Rhythm and Outstanding Beer

Great Rhythm Brewing Company is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, which is a bit of a trip from our own location in West Palm Beach, Florida, but we decided to make a trip to their facility and see what these outstanding brew masters were all about.  What we found was a craft brewery that really cares about the quality of every single brew they put out into the craft beer community and a lot of staff who really love their industry. We checked out the facility itself, and the tour was certainly worth it.  On the left, you can see […]

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Apr 19, 2017

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An Erie day for an IPA on Misery Bay

An Erie day for an IPA on Misery Bay

Erie Brewing Company is known for having some pretty outstanding craft beer.  That fact has brought them plenty of popularity over the years and we really don’t see that trend stopping, considering some of the amazing brews they’ve put out over time.  When it comes to quality and dedication, they certainly have both in spades and it shows in every brew they make.  That very fact is made even more apparent in their Misery Bay IPA, which we recently had the chance to try. Now, the reviews on this brew are pretty variable, so when we looked it up we […]

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Apr 18, 2017

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Brew or Wine: Red Meat is on the plate today

Brew or Wine: Red Meat is on the plate today

We all have that one dish we really love.  That go-to meal that we simply cannot live without.  For us, it’s red meat.  Preferably in the form of a delicious, juicy steak served up medium rare without a lot of “dust” (spices) so we can enjoy the natural flavors of the meat.  Add in a side of fresh asparagus either steamed or grilled to perfection and a nice, plump, twice baked potato and we’re in heaven.  However, food isn’t the only thing that makes these meals great.  Pairing our food with either a lovely premium wine or excellent craft beer […]

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Apr 12, 2017

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Bells Two Hearted Ale is outstanding!

Bells Two Hearted Ale is outstanding!

Bell’s Brewery is coming out with some pretty great craft beer and we recently had a chance to check out a few of them.  This company has been around since 1983, though Larry Bell started his journey in the 70’s while working with Sarkozy Brewing.  His love for the craft is evident in every bottle, as he had enough drive to start with just a 15-gallon soup kettle! We’ve seen quite a few breweries that have started out in this way, learning the craft and finding some of the best blends for their brews, and the results are quite amazing. […]

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Mar 20, 2017

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Women in brewing: High Heel Brewing rocks!

Women in brewing: High Heel Brewing rocks!

The craft brewing industry has seen many exciting changes over the decades.  One of these changes is the shift back to women in brewing.  Traditionally throughout history, women actually did the majority of the brewing.  This slowly changed over centuries as the family dynamic became one of the women staying home while men went out and toiled in the workforce.  Again the dynamic began to shift as women took up more roles in the workforce again, but the major shift back to women in brewing was slow to re-evolve.  That is all changing fast with women taking up huge roles […]

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Mar 12, 2017

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