A Brewery Visit to Mastry's Brewing Co in St. Pete Beach Florida

Who doesn't love a visit to the beach? How about combining a beach visit with a brewery visit?


Bryan and I were in the St. Pete Area brewery hopping with some friends and Mastry's Brewing Co. was our last stop for the night.

Our first impression was this was a really cool brewery! They've turned an old gas station into a pretty hip tasting room. They've done a great job on the redesign. Most of the seating is outside which is nice most of the time but plan accordingly. It's a bit on the smaller size, but they've done a good job with fitting in a lot of seating for the space.
Mastry's Brewing Co in St. Pete Beach
Great setting to enjoy beers
The night we showed up was their Saturday Extravaganza when they have local vendors and food trucks in the afternoon and a DJ spinning the tunes in the evening. The evening we went it was a bit nippy out so it was nice to see they have heating elements set up so you can still enjoy your beer outside.


They have a nice variety on tap along with a few guests beers.
Mastry's Brewing Tap Menu
House beers and guest taps to choose from

I went with their JMC Porter and Bryan got a glass of their Dean's el Duce. They were good beers to end the night. I tried some of the beer from my friend's flight and they were just as tasty.

This is a brewery where you could hang out for a while. They have a nice outdoor space and some board games/Jenga to pass the time. They even have free popcorn if you're looking for a snack. There are plenty of food options nearby as well.
craft beer at Mastry's in St. Pete Beach
JMC Porter

We had a fun time listening to the tunes and enjoying our beer with friends. According to their Facebook, they always seem to have something going on at the brewery.

If you're staying in St. Pete and looking for a coffee fix. The brewery doubles as a coffee shop in the morning serving some cold brew coffee on nitro.

You can't beat Florida beer at a Florida beach🍻

City: St. Pete Beach
Website
My favorite beer: JMC Porter
Guest taps or bottles:✔
Their beer sold in cans or bottles: No
Crowlers:
Food: No
Patio:✔
Patio vs Bar: Either
Kids:✔
Dogs:✔
Tours:?
Visits: 1
Setting: Former gas station
Vibe: Nice place to chill and enjoy the view
Reviews from the web: Google 4.8 ~ Untappd 3.73
What I enjoy: Great vibe and the beers are good.
Local spots nearby to check out: Verducci's, La Casa Del Pane & Beach Snowballs



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Kelli 
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A Brewery Visit to Rapp Brewing in Seminole Florida

Rapp Brewing is one of those breweries I wish I could visit all the time, but unfortunately, my trips to this Tampa Bay Area brewery are far and few.

On my most recent visit to Tampa, I was going to make sure this time around we crossed the Howard Franklin Bridge to enjoy some Rapp beers.
Rapp Brewing
Welcome to Rapp
The brewery is housed in a warehouse district. It's easy to get to. My visits have been on Saturdays and there have been food trucks out front.

I feel like a kid in a candy store when I visit Rapp. They have 40 of their beers on tap. They have a great variety of beers to choose from. I feel a bit overwhelmed because I want so many.
Rapp Brewing Beer Menu
40 house beers on tap🍻

Normally I've done beer flights at Rapp. They offer flights of four, six and nine. This visit I just wanted to sit back and enjoy a couple of full pours.
Rapp Brewery Tasting Room
Find a seat and enjoy!

While I find the beers at Rapp to be very good I also enjoy visiting the tasting room because the service has always been so warm and welcoming. Our first visit Greg Rapp the owner talked with our group about beer. We were all pretty new to craft beers styles and he introduced us to his world famous Gose. I've been hooked on them ever since.

This visit Walter helped me out. Bryan and I went with a couple of full pours that we split. I especially enjoy drinking the German style beers found here. It's a nice change of pace from the "usual" beer offerings.
Craft Beer at Rapp Brewing
Dunkelweizen Doppelbock & Sour Kettle Rye

Can't visit Rapp without a pour of their Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout. Such a delicious beer!


Rapp is a brewery where you should spend some time savoring the beers. There is plenty of room to hang out play some ping pong or cornhole and enjoys some great Florida beers with friends.
ping pong at Rapp Brewery.
Enjoy a game or two
While I don't get to Rapp Brewing as often as I like I cherish each visit I can.

City: Seminole
Website
My favorite beer: Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout
Guest taps or bottles: No
Their beer sold in cans or bottles: Yes
Crowlers: No
Food: No
Patio: No
Kids: ✔
Dogs:✔
Tours:✔
Visits: 3
Setting: Warehouse
Vibe: Warehouse
Reviews from the web: Google 4.8 ~ Untappd 3.81
What I enjoy: The beer is delicious and the service is friendly as can be
Local spots nearby to check out: Tia Authentic Latin Food, Florida Botanical Gardens & The Haus Coffee Shop



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Kelli 
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A Brewery Visit to Escape Brewing Company in Trinity Florida

Took a drive to the west coast to enjoy the beach and some breweries. Bryan and I started out our afternoon at Marker 48 and were making our way down to Tampa from there. We were going to swing over to Tarpon Springs, but our beer buds over at Marker 48 said we had to swing by Escape Brewing, so we did as we are told!


It was a nice 40-minute drive south on the Suncoast Parkway. The brewery isn't too far down from the Parkway. There seems to be a lot of new growth in the area. I'm sure the locals are happy to have a brewery like this to visit.
Escape Brewing tap menu
Try a few and get a flight

We bellied up to the bar and took a look at the beer menu. Escape Brewing is a nano brewery with 3bbl system. They had a good variety of beers to pick from.

While I was waiting for my flight I took in the tasting room. The brewing has a warmth about it with the brick walls and the soft lighting. There is a lot of natural light coming in through the glass windows as well.
Escape Brewing Tasting Room
Nice to chill enjoy the beer


I had them pick out my beer flight. I got a saison, pale ale, brown ale & an IPA. Bryan went with their Russian Imperial Stout. My favorites were the saison & the stout. The saison was one of my favorite beers of the weekend. 
Beer Flight at Escape Brewing
Colors of the beer rainbow

Bryan and I enjoyed hanging out here. They had a nice playlist perfect for a relaxing on a Friday night. The beers are good and the service was engaging and friendly, they even told us about a new brewery that had just opened up down the road.

They don't have food, but there's a pizza place next door. Making it easy to enjoy some beer and bites and hang out.
Escape Brewing kegs
Blending in with the tasting room 

There are a few breweries in the area. You could make a day out of it and enjoy a beer "escape"!

City: Trinity
Website
My favorite beer: Influence De La Floride saison
Guest taps or bottles:✔
Their beer sold in cans or bottles:✔
Crowlers: No
Food: No
Patio: Yes
Patio vs Bar: Either
Kids:✔
Dogs:✔
Tours:?
Visits:1
Setting: Strip mall
Vibe: Local watering hole
Reviews from the web: Google 4.7 ~ Untappd 3.86
What I enjoy: Friendly service, good beers and a nice spot to sit back and enjoy a beer.
Local spots nearby to check out: Craft Street Kitchen, Perks Coffeehouse & Bakery & Brooker Creek Preserve



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A Brewery Visit to Marker 48 Brewing in Brooksville Florida

I've been to my share of breweries. With over a hundred visits under my belt in Florida alone. Every visit has been unique. I'm a person who likes to look at a whole package when I stop by a brewery. The beer is what brings me there, but what is going to keep me coming back? Sometimes the beer alone will keep me coming back. Other times I may think the beer is ok, but I love the atmosphere enough to keep drinking their beers. What's great is when a brewery that hits the beer trifecta; great beer and great service with a great atmosphere. That's what happened to my visit to Marker 48 Brewing.


Last fall my friend Gerard invited me to his birthday celebration at Marker 48 Brewing. The brewery was in its infancy, not even close to opening. It was to be a gathering of friends to see what was unfolding. I was unable to make the visit then. Ever since that invitation I've been itching to get to Marker 48. Now that the brewery is open and Gerard does tours on Saturday he sent another invite out to come visit.

Bryan and I made the drive west on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. It was a nice change of pace to not get on I-4. When we pulled into the brewery I was surprised at how big it was. The brewery use to be an old auto store and they did a great job with the transformation.
Marker 48 Brewing
Marker 48 Brewing

Sometimes when I walk in a brewery for the first time I feel like I'm on a House Hunter's episode. Walking into Marker 48,  I was sold without looking at the rest of the "house".

My first impression was it was nice to see two food truck options set up out front. You're likely to find a truck or two during your visit. The tasting room is bright and spacious. Marker 48 utilizes a lot of recycled wood. There are a half a dozen large community tables set up in the tasting room and about a dozen seats at the bar. If you prefer to enjoy your beers outside they have a large beer garden that is shaded.
Marker 48 Brewing tasting room
Tasting Room

Visually the tasting room is pretty sweet, but what about the beer? Our visit was during Great Amerian Beer Week, so they had taken over most of their taps with their own beer. I'm told normally you'd see a few more guest taps on the menu.

There are plenty of styles to choose from. I'm one who likes a nice variety so I was a happy lady. I never know what beer mood I'm in.
Marker 48 Brewing Tap Menu
Nice Draft List


My first visit was to get to learn a bit about the brewery. I was excited that we were going to meet the owners Tina and Maurice and hear the story behind Marker 48 Brewing. A couple of other beer friends were there as well.

We all gathered downstairs for some lunch in their cellar room. This is a very cool space. They did a wonderful job in utilizing the former mechanic stations. A great spot for parties and the like.
Marker 48 Brewing Barrel Room
Barrel Room

We chatted about the brewery and sampled the beers they had on tap. I enjoy insight on breweries it makes you understand them from a different perspective. It was neat to hear about how the brewery came about. There was a need in the community and Maurie & Tina filled it. This is a true neighborhood brewery. You will see young and old and everything in between. Beer geeks and furry friends too.

A few of my favorite beers from my visit were the  Molisicious Coffee Imperial Brown Ale (8% ABV), Meet the Heat Saison (6% ABV) & Spring Release DIPA (9% ABV). What I liked is they were all different styles of beer. I always enjoy a good coffee beer. The smell alone is worth ordering. The Saison is complex, yet balanced. There is a nice raspberry taste with just a kick of heat from the cayenne. Spring Release was aged in Four Roses Bourbon barrels that were sunk under water in a local spring. How cool is that? This is a smooth sweet double IPA. There are notes of Bourbon, but not over boozy which is exactly how I like it.
Marker 48 Brewing Spring Release DIPA
Spring Release DIPA


Marker 48 Brewing is more than a brewery, it's a place to gather with friends and enjoy some good beer. You can feel like you're part of the local community. Being part of a community also means giving back. There is a different local charity that they work with each month for Tap For A Cause. Marker 48 has a monthly event for the cause where they have a beer specially made for that month's recipient. They donate the proceeds that that charity.

If the brewery is a bit of a drive stop by on the weekend and make a day out of it. It's a great time to chill at the brewery all day. Plus Sundays you can take one of Gerad's informative tours. It's a fun way to learn about the brewing process and hear insights about the Marker48 Brewing. They have some great food trucks on hand as well.
food trucks at Marker 48 Brewing
Great bites to go with your beer


This is my ideal type of brewery. Great beer, great atmosphere, and great service. I wish Marker 48 were my local brewery. 


City: Brooksville
My Favorite Beer: Meet the Heat Saison
Guest Taps or Bottles: Yes
Their Beer Sold in Cans or Bottles: ✔
Crowlers: ✔
Food: No, but food trucks at times.
Patio: ✔
Bar vs Patio: Both are equally nice.
Kids: ✔
Dogs: ✔
Tours: ✔
Visits: 3
Setting: Stand alone building
Vibe: Local watering hole.
Reviews from the web: Google 4.9 ~ Untappd 3.83
What I enjoy: I enjoyed everything. The beer is delicious, the atmosphere is cool and the service is friendly. One of my favorite Florida breweries.
Local Spots Nearby to Check Out: BarbieCueHillsborough River State Park, & Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

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Editor's Note: This post was originally published in May 2016 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

Craft Beer in Downtown Orlando

There are plenty of places to drink beer in downtown Orlando. Not all are created equal when it comes to craft beer. I've got a few go-to places when I'm looking to enjoy a good beer in downtown O'town.
Lake Eola Park fountain with swans
There's some craft beer to be found beyond the Fountain


Broken Cauldron
The closest brewery downtown in Broken Cauldron. It's a straight shot up Church Street. Not even a mile from The Amway Center, a half mile to Camping World Stadium and a couple of blocks from Orlando City Stadium.
entrance to Broken Cauldron Brewery
A two in one brewery

Broken Cauldron is two breweries combined into one. Broken Strings brews some tasty IPA's. I'm happy when I see White Room IPA on the menu👍Black Cauldron makes a tasty Rukus Red Ale. They also have a Blood Purple Saison⚽


This brewery is a family friendly brewery. It'a great spot to enjoy some Orlando beer before or after an event. It's a great brewery to chill with friends and watch the game on TV.
Frank & Steins is a happening place for Happy Hour. A lot of downtown workers chill here after the end of their work day. The craft beer selection here is impressive; they have a nice menu laid out categorizing their beers. They have hundreds of beers to choose from including over three dozen on tap. If you happen to come during their Happy Hour during the week, from 3 pm-7 pm you'll get half off selected drafts and you'll find a couple of food specials as well.
Frank & Steins Eatery & Pub
Frank & Steins Eatery & Pub 

Frank & Steins has a nice food menu with their focus being on the "Franks". I love sauerkraut so The German is my go too hot dog when I'm eating here. If franks aren't your thing you will find plenty of appetizers, sandwiches, salads & more to choose from.


Frank & Steins will have events from time to time. The bar is pretty big with a lot of seating, making for a good place for groups. I enjoy that they have some cool beer events, but the place gets really loud & crowded during them. I've been later at night and the vibe is much more chill. 


Frank & Steins is a great place to belly up to the bar to watch the game. It's also a fun place to stop by with friends. There are a bunch of board games you can play at your table or you can have some fun with Skee-ball.  

I love the vibe going on at The Woods. It's an out of the way watering hole in downtown and on my visits the bar has had a nice chill to it. 

There is a "woodsy" feel about the place with tree designs throughout the bar. It's dark and I like that. There are some tables overlooking Orange Ave or you can really be secluded in the back. Not many people sit back there. I prefer to sit at the bar where I can engage with the friendly servers.

I come here for the beer, but The Woods is more about cocktails. There are about a dozen beers on draft and they have a decent bottle selection priced nicely. 


They have some cool events, but they need to do a better job on social media getting the word out. Follow their Instagram to find out about some of the things happening at the bar.


I've been to The Woods Orlando a couple of times. My first time was during a Michigan Beer Night when they had Bell's Hopslam and Founder's KBS on draft. These are two of my favorite beers, so it didn't take much to entice me.
Bells Beer at The Woods Orlando
Bells Beer at The Woods Orlando 

If you stop by on a Wednesday you get a slice of bacon to go with your drink. Beer & Bacon pairings!🍺&🐷 


In a sea of average beer bars downtown, The Woods is a nice place to escape to enjoy a drink.


Tap & Grind
I love the aloha feel about Tap & Grind. It's a hidden craft beer gem where you can chill & enjoy a beer with friends. 

This is one of the most intimate bars in Orlando. That's what I enjoy about it. A lot of the time I just want to enjoy a good beer and just be. I don't want to deal with crowds. The bar may be small, but they are big on the beers.
craft beer at Tap n Grind in orlando
All American beers on tap🍻

You'll find sixteen American craft beers on tap along with a more to choose from the bottle list. There may not be hundreds of beers, but Tap & Grind is more about quality over quantity. 

The bar is dark on the inside. The lighting is low, the music is chill and the television has some extreme sports playing in the background. I enjoy that much more than watching a game. Along with seating at the bar, you will find a few tables inside. If the weather is nice I like to take my beer outside and enjoy it on the patio.



Tap & Grind has some cool events from time to time. You might not find out about them until the day of. I wish they shared more on social media, but for now, I'll be happy enjoy Tap & Grind when I can.


It seemed like it took forever for the World of Beer to open in downtown Orlando. Once it did the crowds have never stopped. This is a prime location with a large outdoor patio overlooking Lake Eola.

I've been to a handful of World of Beers and this is my favorite setup. I love the downtown location, but I also enjoy the spacious seating inside. I'm not the only one who enjoys a drink or two at this downtown Orlando bar, every time I stop by the place is packed. 
They have hundreds of beers to choose from. Check out their website for a cool interactive menu to help you decide on your brew. This World of Beer also has a nice sized Tavern Menu along with a "Beerunch".



World of Beer has a lot of events going on at each bar. I can't hit them all, so I try and see what ones are enticing at the downtown location. I like the variety of the events the have as well. They range from tap takeovers to beer dinners and charity events.
World of Beer Downtown Orlando | www.aladycrafter.com
Beer Flight


If you're in town visiting or a local who enjoys craft beer you have a handful of good options. Make an afternoon out of it and enjoy a craft beer crawl on foot or rent a Juice bike for the day. 

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Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2015 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

A Brewery Visit to Orchid Island Brewing Company in Vero Beach

Whenever I go anywhere I search to see if there are any breweries to visit. My parents winter in Vero Beach and I know a visit to them includes a visit to Orchid Island Brewery. They are one of a handful of breweries on Florida's Treasure Coast.

The space at the brewery is very nice. There is a lot of outdoor seating and a number of tables inside. The bar is the core of the tavern.



They have on average about 8 of their beers on tap. They have about a dozen guest beers too.
For our first visit, our server explained each beer to us. Orchid Island uses local citrus in their beers. Let me tell you, having fresh ingredients makes these beers delicious. I thought every beer was very good. Grapefruit Sculpin is one of my favorite IPA's, but I've got to say The Star Ruby Double IPA (8.2 % ABV) is even better. The Lemon Drop IPA had the perfect amount of lemon in this IPA. The 5% ABV makes for a refreshing beer to enjoy all day. Spectrum was a triple IPA that included all of the citrus fruits used in their beers. Jungle Trail Midnight Ale is a Black Ale (9.3 % ABV) that uses white grapefruit. Citron was a funky citrusy farmhouse ale (8% ABV).


The brewery recently got a new chef. They put a lot of focus on local foods.
Orchid Island Brewing Company in Vero Beach food menu

The shrimp we had was HUGE! It was also delicious and tasted great with the Indian River Grapefruit IPA👌
Orchid Island Brewing Company in Vero Beach


Orchid Island Brewing Company is just a block from the beach. It's more my style over the usual beach bars. The bonus is the great tasting Florida beer you get to enjoy.


They usually have live music on the weekends. If you're not around then it's still great to grab a beer and enjoy whatever music is playing on the patio🍻

Website
My Favorite Beer: Star Ruby IPA
Guest taps or bottles: ✔
Their beers sold in cans or bottles: No
Crowlers: No
Food: ✔
Patio: ✔
Bar vs patio: Either
Kids: ✔
Dogs: ✔
Tours: No
Visits: 5+
Setting: Plaza
Vibe: Taproom/Tavern
Reviews from the web: 4.6 Google - 3.92 Untappd
What I enjoy: Delicious beers that use local citrus. The food utilizes their beer in dishes. Across the street from the ocean.
Local spots nearby to check cut: McKee Botanical Garden, Kilted Mermaid & Riverside Theater





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A Brewery Visit to Red Cypress Brewery in Winter Springs Florida

I have never been to Winter Springs. That's what's great about breweries, they entice you to go out and explore new areas. I finally made it to Winter Springs once Red Cypress Brewery opened up.
Red Cypress Brewery
Red Cypress Brewery

Red Cypress Brewery is located in a small strip mall. Walking in I was surprised at how large the tasting room was. It's one of the bigger breweries I've been too. Space is nice if you're looking to come with a big group of friends. There is a large patio to enjoy your beers as well.

I bellied up to the bar and asked my server what was his favorite and he gave me a glass of their saison, Fruit De La Terre (7% ABV).  I could see why he picked this.  It's brewed with Florida orange peels, so there is a nice aroma along with a citrusy taste. It's got the farmhouse yeast in it makes for a tasty beer.
Red Cypress Brewery Fruit De La Terre
Fruit De La Terre

I was surprised to see so many options on the beer menu.  There are enough styles that everyone in your group should find one that pleases them. Chatting with our server, it was fun to hear some backstory and Florida history about a few of the beer names. I had no idea what a death roll was! I can't believe that. That's the Yankee in me.
Red Cypress Brewery Draft Menu
Draft Menu

After enjoying my farmhouse ale, I wanted to get a better taste of their beers so we got a flight. You can pick any five beers for your flight. They have these handy laminated menus to write on. I liked that we picked our beers and they have arranged them in order of how they should be enjoyed.
Red Cypress Brewery Beer Flight
Enjoy a Flight!

The beers in my flight consisted of Flamingose (4% ABV),  The End is Rye session IPA (4.8% ABV), Spook Hill Pale Ale (5.4% ABV), Death Roll Stout (4% ABV) and Ol' Senator imperial stout (9% ABV). It was a good mix of beers. I enjoyed them all with my favorites being The End is Rye and Death Roll Stout.  The End is Rye is a delicious Summit & Simcoe hoppy beer. Death Roll was a creamy and chocolaty delight.



I will continue to travel for beer and I hope on my next visit I can do a bit more exploring in the area and see Big Tree Park where Ol' Senator once stood.
craft beer at red cypress brewering
My favorite Red Cypress 🍺

If you're looking to check them out take note that Thursdays they have "Trucks & Trivia" with trivia and a different food truck each week.  Most Saturday nights there will be food truck out front. If you happen to visit when there's not a food truck and you get hungry there is a Mexican restaurant next door. You can also bring in food.
City: Winter Springs
Website
My Favorite Beer: Chocolate Covered Strawberry
Guest Taps or Bottles: ✔
Their Beer Sold in Cans or Bottles: ✔
Crowlers: ✔
Food: No, but you can bring food in.
Patio: ✔
Bar vs Patio: Either
Kids:✔
Dogs: ✔
Tours: No
Visits: 5+
Setting: Strip mall
Vibe: Tasting room.
Rating on the web: Google 4.5 ~ Untappd 3.8
What I enjoy: Their beers are solid, service is very friendly and engaging. They have cool beer flight boards.
Local Spots Nearby to Check Out: Senor Tequila Mexican GrillSpring Hammock Preserve & Spill 

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A Brewery Visit to Coppertail Brewing Co. in Tampa Florida

Coppertail Brewing Co. in Tampa has become one of my favorite breweries in Florida. I've enjoyed many visits to this Tampa brewery and it's been great watching this brewery as it grows, not only with its beer but in popularity too.
Coppertail Brewing Co
Coppertail Brewing Co.
I've been to my share of breweries and I've noticed that lately there's been a lot of beautiful tasting rooms opening up. Coppertail is located in a warehouse district on the outskirts of Ybor, but this is no bland warehouse. They have done a great job on transforming this building into one of the nicest breweries I've been too.

When I first walked in I was taken by surprise with the space and the design of the building. The large bar is the focal point, but the paintings and the dark wood are impressive as well. I like that the tasting room is dark and inviting. There is plenty of seating to be found. The bar is nice and they have outlets to charge up your phone. There are tables of all sizes scattered about and a comfy leather sofa to feel right at home.
Coppertail Brewing Co. tasting room
Tasting Room

There are about 20 taps to choose from. Most of them are their beers and a few from other Florida breweries. First visits to breweries are always done with a beer flight for me.

We stopped by late on Monday so there wasn't any action going on, but I think the big glass windows opening up the tasting room is pretty cool. One of my girlfriends has done the tour and highly recommends it.
Bottling line at Coppertail Brewing Co.
Brewhouse & Bottling
Coppertail was in my cards the whole week. After our great visit to the tasting room early on in the week, we stopped by Redlight Redlight on Thursday where we were able to welcome Coppertail to Orlando. The brewery has started distributing their beers at many places around town. There was a great turnout for the event. I got to chat with the owner Kent and enjoyed listening to him talk about the brewery.








Coppertail Brewing Co. is what makes going to breweries fun. They serve up some great Florida beer and the atmosphere is cool. It's a brewery that has a tasting room that is great for groups. I've seen people of all ages hanging out at the brewery.


City: Tampa
Website
My favorite beer: Sometimes You Don't
Guest taps or bottles: ✔
Their beer sold in cans or bottles: ✔
Crowlers: ✔
Food: ✔
Patio: ✔
Bar vs patio: Both are equally nice
Kids: ✔
Dogs: ✔
Tours: ✔
Visits: 10+
Setting: Warehouse
Vibe: Groups enjoying the beer and the spaciousness of the tasting room.
Reviews from the web: 4.6 Google - 3.78 Untappd
What I enjoy: Drinking beers and taking in the atmosphere. Very cool space for a brewery.
Cool Local Spots Nearby: Columbia RestaurantBlind Tiger Cafe & Ybor Agora
Tampa Brewery Trail




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