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2021-2022 Florida Brewpubs Guide

Last updated on November 5th, 2021 at 11:30 am

Craft beers are brewed at more than 300 Florida brewpubs. Most are small mom-and-pop operations born in a garage as a hobby, growing into new digs, storefronts, warehouses and industrial parks.

Most are locally owned and feature local themes and local history in their decor and naming their brews. These folks take pride in their work, and it shows.

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Central Florida Brewpubs

Beer garden at Melbourne brewpub, Intracoastal Brewing Company
The beer garden at Intracoastal Brewing Company in Melbourne. (Photo: Bonnie Gross)

Cape Canaveral

Florida Beer Company, 200 Imperial Blvd, Cape Canaveral. Over 30 artisan beers on tap and games like Jenga, Connect Dots, Foosball, and shuffleboard Try: Conchtoberfest


Bowigens Beer Company, 1014 FL-436, Casselberry. Brewery and taproom. 10 Taps and over 20 different bottle selections of beers, meads and ciders. Try: 7 Layer Stout (5.5% ABV)


Suncreek Brewery, 790 W Minneola Ave, Clermont. Two restaurants on site. Try: Red Hawking Ale (5.7%)

Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Merritt Island

Bugnutty Brewing Company, 715 N Courtenay Pkwy, Merritt Island. This small brewery on Merritt Island offers a mix of favorites year-round, and seasonals like Mango Pale Ale — made with Merritt Island mangos. Try: 007 Golden EyePA.

Cocoa Beach Brewing Company, 150 N Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach. Microbrewery & pub in a cozy, 1930s-era Navy house with outdoor seating a few blocks north of the main beach access at the end of the Minuteman Causeway. The Space Coast’s original nano-brewery. Try: Cocoa Beach Pale Ale (2011 Gold Medal, Best Florida Beer)

Dirty Oar Brewery, 329 W King St, Cocoa Village. Brewery, tap room and beer garden featuring 22 taps of craft beer. Cider, wine and soda options. Food-truck cuisine. Try: Time Warp Double IPA (if available.)


Wolf Branch Brewing, 119 N Bay St, Eustis. Brewery and taproom. Try: Duke’s Cold Nose Brown Ale. (5% ABV)


Brew Hub, 3900 Southside Frontage Rd, Bldg 700, Lakeland. Contract brewer and tasting room for sampling multiple brewery brands produced in their brewery.

Swan Brewing, 115 W Pine St, Lakeland. 10-barrel brewery and tap room. Food trucks. Try: Red Bug American Pale Ale (6.4% ABV)


Great Chicago Fire Brewery and Taproom, 311 West Magnolia St, Leesburg. Indoor and outdoor seating. Try: Chicago Fire Blood Orange Saison (ABV 5.6%)


Hourglass Brewing, 480 S Ronald Reagan Blvd #1020, Longwood. Spacious 240 seat taproom decorated with nostalgia, geek culture and the work of local artists. Table top and console games for free play. Frequent live music and comedy nights. Specialties are sour and wild ales. Try: Funky For You Wild Ale (6% ABV)


Charlie and Jakes Brewery, 6300 N Wickham Rd #137, Melbourne. Try: Wickham Wheat.

Hell N Blazes, 1002 E New Haven Ave, Melbourne. Try: Tropical Trail Pale Ale. Florida Beer Blog Review

Intracoastal Brewing Co., 652 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne. Located in the historic Eau Gallie Arts District, Intracoastal Brewing has a large beer garden as well an indoor taproom. It’s an interesting neighborhood to explore on foot, with several good restaurants and bars, all within a block or two of the Indian River Lagoon. Try: Dragon Point IPA (6.5% ABV), named for an island in the Indian River Lagoon near the brewery.

Mount Dora

Wolf Branch Brewing Company, 100 E 4th Ave, Mt Dora, FL 32757. Taproom for main brewery in neighboring Eustus. Phone: (407) 276-1510.


Toll Road Brewing, 101 West E McKey St, Ocoee. Food trucks. @tollroadbrewing.


Broken Cauldron, 1012 W Church St, Orlando. Mr. Brunchside Maple Porter (9% ABV)

Castle Church Brewing Community, 6820 Hoffner Ave., Orlando. Beer and religion. Connected to the Lutheran Church with services in the biergarten on Sunday.

Dead Lizard Brewing, 4507 36th St, Bldg C, Orlando

Ellipsis Brewing, 7500 TPC Blvd, #8, Orlando (Orlando Airport area)

Orlando Brewing Co., 1301 Atlanta Ave, Downtown Orlando. Organic ingredients in its products and certified as an organic brewery by the USDA. You’ll find several Orlando Brewing beers at the restaurants and bars at Walt Disney World Resort. Try: I-4 IPA

Redlight, Redlight, 2810 Corrine Dr, Orlando. Extensive array of craft draft & bottled beers, including house brews. Growler bar. The brewery specializes in sour and wild beers. Try: Belgian Sour Stout.

Tactical Brewing Company, 4882 New Broad St, Orlando. Owned and operated by veterans and cool people that love America and strategically chaotic beer.

Ten10 Brewing, 1010 Virginia Dr, Orlando. Flights, growlers, & crowlers. Partners with neighborhood winery, Quantum Leap, for wine & cider. Atypical pub grub: nachos with chicken chorizo, pretzels with beer cheese. On the Orlando Urban Trail in the Mills50 District. Try: Urban Trail Pale Ale. — Tara Anderson

Plant City

Two Henry’s Brewing, 5210 Thonotosassa Rd, Plant City. Located at the Keel and Curley Winery in Plant City, Two Henrys Brewing Company makes everything from the classics like its 7 Mile Bridge IPA to the adventurous Roasted Jalapeno Blueberry Porter, brewed with blueberries harvested on site. Don’t like beer? Keel and Curley Winery makes both wine and cider. Try: Roasted Jalapeno Blueberry Porter


Deviant Wolfe Brewing, 121 W 1st Street, Sanford, FL 32771. Modern taproom with rustic features. Outdoor sidewalk tables for those with pets. Weekly trivia and “West First Fridays on West 1st Street” where Deviant Wolfe Brewing, along with The Tennessee Truffle and Mr. Z’s, offer beer and food specials along with live music. Try: Sourmanjaro, a clean, tart golden sour ale with a subtle coffee aroma and flavor from a blend of African Coffee Beans. (Hat tip to Andrew Albach)

Sanford Brewing Company 400 S Sanford Avenue, Sanford FL 32771. 15 barrel brewhouse and a a 100+ seat taproom. Handcrafted beer, meads, ciders and specialty sodas. Food menu includes SBC’s signature beer cheese and pretzel, make-your-own mac and cheese skillet, and prime beef burgers. American Craftsman design. The red oak that tops the bar was reclaimed from a c.1800 barn with inlaid black walnut butterfly joints. Outdoor seating for pets. Live music with local musicians. Tap list rotates. Try: Killa Vanilla Porter. (Hat tip to Andrew Albach)

Wop’s Hops Brewing Company, 419 S Sanford Ave, Sanford. Sanford’s first microbrewery in the landmark Stokes Fish Market building, historic downtown Sanford. Crafts English-style ales, American IPA’s, German lagers and ales and experimental fruit and spiced ales. Full kitchen and inviting taproom with shaded, pet-friendly outdoor seating. Try: The Bokey Smoked Ale (6.7% ABV) (Hat tip to Andrew Albach)


Turn 2 Brewing Company  A 5,000 square foot full production brewery. Taproom has a variety of freshly brewed local beer, bottled wine, sangria and ciders. Games, events, live entertainment, family and pet friendly. Open Sun-Thurs., 10 am-10 pm; Fri, Sat, 10 am-Midnight. 4496 Tanglewood Drive, Sebring, Florida 33872, United States

Wet Dogs Brewing. Craft Beer, Wine, Hard Ciders, Hard Seltzers, Craft Sodas, Coffee. Open Mon-Thurs, 4-9 pm; Fri, Sat., 11 am-10 pm; Closed Sunday. 231 North Main Avenue, Journal Plaza, Lake Placid, Florida 33852. (863) 410-2010.

Spring Hill / Weeki Wachee

Marker 48 Brewing, 12147 Cortez Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34613. Phone:  (352) 606-2509. 6,000 square foot tasting room, large outdoor beer garden with stage and rotating guest food trucks on site. 25 taps of rotating beer, cider and sangria, all made on site. Closed Mon & Tues.


Playalinda Brewing Company, Brix Project, 5220 S. Washington Ave, Titusville. Built in a former lumber yard. Great atmosphere. Much more than the usual pub grub. Try: Key Lime Slice — John-Kath Marie

Winter Haven

Grove Roots Brewery, 302 3rd Street SW, Winter Haven. Try: Wakes of Grain Amber Al

Winter Garden

Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden. Located in the Plant Street Market, Crooked Can Brewing Company has become a Central Florida staple. Why the name Crooked Can? Things tend to get a little crooked after a few brews. Try: High Stepper American IPA or McSwagger’s Own Amber Ale.

Opening This Fall Home State Brewing Company, 16016 New Independence Pkwy #100, Winter Garden, FL 34787.

Winter Park

Bear and Peacock Brewing Company, 1288 N Orange Ave Suite 1A, Winter Park. Brewstillery. Shares building with a distillery.

Ravenous Pig Brewery, 565 W. Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park. Well-known BBQ hot spot for foodies, but on-site brewery is making beer of the same caliber as the food. Try: 5 Points IPA (ABV 7.2%)

Florida Keys Brewpubs

Florida Brewpubs: Waterfront Brewery in Key West has an unbeatable location.
Waterfront Brewery in Key West has an unbeatable location. (Photo: Bonnie Gross)


Florida Keys Brewing Company, 200 Morada Way, Islamorada. Brewery and taproom decorated with thousands of bottle caps from breweries all over North America and Europe, as well as artwork from local artists who wanted to add their touch. Try: Weed Line Wheat (5.1% ABV)

Islamorada Beer Company, 82229 Overseas Hwy, Islamorada. Try: No Wake Zone Key Lime Coconut Ale. (4.9% ABV)

Key West

First Flight, 301 Whitehead St, Key West. Southernmost brewery and famous “Crash Bar,” so named for the Sikorsky sea plane plunging through the ceiling. Outdoor beer garden and premium casual dining. Try: Havana Red Amber Ale.

Waterfront Brewery, 201 William St, Key West. Lively, 2-level taproom and restaurant offering housemade beers and a full menu that includes fresh seafood. Also serves liquor and wine. Try: Truman Double IPA (9.5% ABV)

Northeast Florida Brewpubs

Persimmon Hollow brewpub in DeLand
Persimmon Hollow in DeLand.

Atlantic Beach

Reve Brewing, 1237 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. Very good local brewery. They have been around a few years and specialize in an ever-changing menu of IPAs, sours and stouts. (Hat tip to Van Schrock, who enjoys their double IPAs and stouts.)

Daytona Beach

World’s Most Famous Brewery, 816 Main Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32118 (co-located Beachside with the Pallet Pub). Find them on Untappd or Facebook. A nano-brewery just getting started and worth a visit if you’re in Daytona Beach. (Hat tip to Mark Chase)


Central 28 Beer Co., 290 Springview Commerce Dr Ste 1, DeBary. Brewery and tasting room. Try: Miss Mary Brown Oatmeal Brown Ale (6% ABV).


Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co., 111 W Georgia Ave, DeLand. Brewery and taproom. Drink sensibly but get weird. Try: Tipsy Friar Belgian Dubbel (7.5%)

Fernandina Beach

Amelia Island Brewing Company, 316-318 Centre St, Fernandina Beach. Tavern (restaurant) and The Alley (tap room). Home of the Island Hop Craft Beer Festival (Sept. 18, 2021). Tavern hours: Tues-Thur, 11:30am-9pm;
Fri-Sat, 11:30am-10pm; Sun, 11:30am-8pm.

First Love Brewing, 22 South 8th Street Suite 5, Fernandina Beach FL 32034. Phone: (904) 310-9721, Open Wed – Fri: 4pm – 9pm; Saturday: 12pm – 9pm; Sunday: 12pm – 7pm 

Mocama Beer Company, 629 South 8th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Phone: (904) 456-9088. Open Tuesday, 1pm – 9pm; Wednesday, 1pm – 9pm; Thursday, 1pm – 9pm; Friday, 12pm – 10pm; Saturday, 11am – 10pm; Sunday, 11am – 8pm.

Holly Hill

Red Pig Brewery, 101 2nd Street, Unit 401, Holly Hill, FL 32117. Red Pig recently started having food trucks on site. Watch for new releases – they have the most “adventurous” beers. (Hat tip to Mark Chase)

Jacksonville/Jacksonville Beach

Aardwolf Brewing Company, 1461 Hendricks Ave, Jacksonville. Phone: (904) 301-0755. Closed Mondays. Tue-Thurs, 3 pm-11 pm; Fri, 3 pm-midnight; Sat., noon-midnight; Sun., noon-9pm.

Bold City Brewery, 2670 Rosselle Street #7, Jacksonville and Bold City Downtown, 109 East Bay Street, Jacksonville. Breweries and taprooms.

Engine 15 Brewing Company, 1500 Beach Blvd #217, Jacksonville BeachJacksonville Beach was something of a craft beer wasteland before Engine 15 pulled up in its 1970 Ford fire truck. The brewery quickly grew and is now operating a location near downtown Jacksonville. If you visit the Jacksonville Beach brewpub, be sure to save room for their famous Frito pie. Try: Old Battle Axe IPA (6.4% ABV)

Green Room Brewing, 228 3rd St North, Jacksonville Beach. Jacksonville Beach’s first microbrewery. Closed Mondays. Open Tues-Thurs., 4pm to 12am; Fri, 4 pm-1 am; Sat., Noon-1 am; Sun, Noon-10 pm. Try: Count Shakula.

Intuition Ale Works, 929 E Bay Street, Jacksonville 32202. Phone: 904.683.7720

River City Brewing Co., 835 Museum Cir, Jacksonville.

Seven Bridges Brewing Company, 9735 Gate Pkwy N, Jacksonville. Open 11 a.m. until midnight daily.

Southern Swells Brewery, 1312 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach.

Veterans United Brewing, 8999 Western Way #104, Jacksonville. Veteran-owned brewery in Jacksonville started as a passion project for Ron Gamble, a former Naval Flight Officer. Now, Veterans United beers like Raging Blonde Ale and HopBanshee IPA can be found throughout Northeast Florida. Try: HopBanshee India Pale Ale, Cup O’ Joe Oatmeal Espresso Stout

Wicked Barley Brewery, 4100 Baymeadows Rd, Jacksonville. Try: Monk’s Menage Tripel

New Smyrna Beach

Half Wall Brewery, 1887 FL-44, New Smyrna Beach. Brewery and taproom. Try: Emylee’s Irish Red Ale

New Smyrna Beach Brewing Company, 143 Canal St, New Smyrna Beach. Try: Coronado Beach Cream Ale (5.1% ABV)

Ormond Beach

Beachside Brewpub, 1368 Ocean Shore Blvd, Ormond Beach.

Ormond Brewing Co., 301 Division Ave #15, Ormond Beach.


Azalea City Brewing Company, 120 South 7th Street, downtown Palatka (old Coca-Cola bottling plant). Stop in when biking the Palatka-to-St. Augustine or Palatka-to-Lake Butler trails, kayaking or fishing on the Ocklawaha River or Dunns Creek, or hiking in Etoniah Creek State Forest or Ravine Gardens State Park. Try the Hot Blonde Ale (with mango and local datil peppers) and the Palatka Haze IPA. (Hat tip to Andrea Conover, who tells us plans for event space and restaurant are in the works.)

Palm Coast

Alcatraz Brewing, 20 Ocean Vista Ln, Palm Coast. Brewery only. No taproom.

Moonrise Brewing Company, 101 Palm Harbor Pkwy, Palm Coast. Phone: (386) 627-8614. First and only brewery with a pub in Flagler County. In-house chef prepares fresh, never frozen gastropub style food. Closed Mondays; Tues-Thurs, 2 pm-11 pm; Fri-Sat, Noon-1 am; Sun, Noon-9 pm.

Port Orange

Tomoka Brewing Company, 4647 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange. Craft beers & casual American plates are the draw at this contemporary brewpub with patio seating. Try: Mutha Fuggle IPA (6.1% ABV)

St. Augustine

Ancient City Brewing, 3420 Agricultural Center Drive #8, St. Augustine. Downtown tap room or their brew house. Try: Coconut Porter. Florida Beer Blog Review

Bog Brewing Company, 218 W King St, St. Augustine. Brewery and taproom. Don’t miss the Smoked Datil! —

Dog Rose Brewing Company, 77 Bridge St, St Augustine. Speedball or any of the other coffee variations and table shuffleboard. Florida Beer Blog Review

Old Coast Ale Brewery and Taproom, 300 Anastasia Blvd, St Augustine. variety of ales ranging from a selection of IPAs and Pales to Reds, Brown Ales and Porters. Try: Tugboat Steam

Northwest Florida Brewpubs

Available in growlers-to-go from Swamp Head Brewery in Gainesville.

Crystal River

Copp Brewery, 11 NE 4th Avenue, Crystal River, Florida 34429 Phone: 1-352-564-9463


Big Top Brewing Company, 201 SE 2nd Ave., No. 101, Gainesville, FL 32601. Phone: (352) 225-3593. Sarasota-based brewer brings circus theme to Gainesville. Kitchen on site with food pairings. Mon, 6pm – 10pm; Tues-Thurs: 12pm – 8pm; Fri: 2pm – 10pm; Sat: 10am – 9pm; Sun: 10am – 5pm. Try: Hawaiian Lion Coconut Porter. (Hat tip to Visit Gainesville).

Blackadder Brewing, 618 NW 60th St, Suit A, Gainesville. Belgian-inspired beers; Old World atmosphere. Guest beers, wines, cider and craft sodas. Grab a game off the shelf, trivia nights, bingo nights. Try: Lord Flashheart’s Golden Ale

Cypress and Grove Brewing Co., 1001 NW 4th St, Gainesville. Housed in the old Gainesville Ice Factory, located on a rail line that is now part of a network of bike paths. Weekly farmer’s market outdoors in the meadow. Mon-Thurs, 3-9 pm; Fri, 3-10pm; Sat, 12-9 pm; Sun, 12-9 pm.

First Magnitude Brewing Company, 1220 SE Veitch St. Downtown Gainesville, FL 32601. Phone: (352) 727-4677. Claim to be the Southeast’s first carbon-neutral brewery. Try: Vega Blonde Ale.

Swamp Head Brewery, . A brewery that touts itself as being ˜Inherently Floridian”, Swamp Head Brewery takes pride in its beer and also its sustainable brewing practices. Many of the spent grains used in the brewing process end up nearby at the University of Florida for cattle feed. Closed Mondays. Tues-Thurs, 3-9 pm; Fri-Sat, 12-10 pm; Sunday 12-7 pm. Try: Stump Knocker Pale Ale or Wild Night Honey Cream Ale

House Of Beer Brewing Company, 19 W University Ave, Gainesville.

Swamp Head Brewery, 3650 SW 42nd Ave, Gainesville. Beautiful, hundred-year-old reclaimed wood taproom called The Wetlands. On select days, join a Swamp Head tour and get a glimpse of the brewing room and learn about beer making. Try: Midnight Oil Oatmeal Coffee Stout

High Springs

High Springs Brewing Company, 18562 NW 237th St., High Springs, FL 32643. Popular weekly activities include a Wednesday corn-hole tournament, yoga classes (sometimes with little goats), live music performances and food trucks.


Nine State Brewery, 200 Tompkins St, Inverness, FL 34450. Phone: (352) 419-4067. Open Fri/Sat, 1 pm-10 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm. Live music Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons with Southside Lenny. Food on site. (Hat tip to Richard Grady: “Great food and great people.”

Lake City

Halpatter Brewing Company, 264 NE Hernando Ave, Lake City. Indoor taproom with outdoor beer garden.

Spring Hill

Marker 48 Brewery, 12147 Cortez Blvd, Spring Hill (Highway 50)


Backyard Barn Winery and Microbrewery, 1945 East County Road 462, Wildwood. Small batch beer and wine. Brewery, taproom.

Florida Panhandle Brewpubs

Lake Tribe Brewing Company in Tallahassee.


Oyster City Brewing Company 17 Avenue D, Apalachicola. Apalachicola is known for its oysters, but Oyster City is making a name for itself with beers. Oyster City uses local ingredients, like tupelo honey, in its brews. Try: Hooter Brown Tupelo Honey Ale.


Destin Brewery, 505 Mountain Dr North, Destin. Brewery and tasting room. Try: Red Sky Rye Pale Ale (6.5% ABV)

McGuire’s Irish Pub, 33 US-98, Destin. Popular Irish bar with pub grub, ales brewed on-site & live music on the sunset deck most nights. Try: McGuire’s Red Ale. (4.5% ABV)

Fort Walton Beach

Props Craft Brewery,125 Lovejoy Rd, Fort Walton Beach.Founded by current and retired members of the military, the aviation-inspired Props Craft Brewery is doing big things with its beer. Try: Blonde Bomber Ale


Brew Angels, 6821 Caroline St, Milton.


Ye Olde Brothers Brewery, 4458 State Road 87, Navarre. Southern hospitality & small town charm. Sip a cold brew on a front porch rocker. Dine inside on pub grub, BBQ and pizza. Try: Black Bear Honey Wheat Ale (6.6% ABV)


3rd Planet Brewing, 120 Partin Drive North, Niceville. Small but growing brewery and taproom owned by two military veterans with a passion for craft beer. Everything on tap is either a signature 3rd Planet or sourced from other local breweries. “Small space, big taste.” Try: Choctaw-hoppee IPA (7.2%)


A Little Madness Brewing, 9838 N.Davis Highway, Pensacola.

Gary’s Brewery and Biergarten, 3403 Gulf Beach Highway, Pensacola. Cozy microbrewery and taproom offering 18 taps with beer and ciders brewed on premise and from around the world.

Goat Lips Chew and Brewhouse, 2811 Copter Road, Pensacola. Pub room and outside deck seating.

Gulf Coast Brewery, 500 E. Heinberg Street, Pensacola.

McGuire’s Irish Pub600 E Gregory Street, Pensacola. From the million-plus dollar bills hanging from the ceilings to its massive food portions, McGuire’s is the real deal. Just ask Emeril Lagasse. Try: McGuire’s Irish Red Ale

Odd Colony Brewing Company, 260 N Palafox St, Pensacola, FL 32502. Phone: (850) 285-0743. A farmhouse-inspired brewery with a heavy focus on seasonality with a heavy focus on lagers, saison and IPA. Open Monday-Thursday, 4pm–10pm; Friday, 2pm–11pm; Saturday, 11am–11pm; Sunday, 11am-10pm. (Hat tip to Ed Heiland)

Pensacola Bay Brewery, 225 Zaragoza St, Pensacola.

Perfect Plain Brewing, 50 East Garden Street, Pensacola. Taproom.

Spahr Brewing, 3541 West Fairfield Drive, Pensacola. Taproom.

Santa Rosa Beach

Grayton Beer Company217 Serenoa Rd., Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459. Phone: 850.231.4786.  Made famous by its 30A Beach Blonde Ale, Grayton Beer Company bottles that laid-back, South Walton state of mind with each beer it makes. Open Thursday – Saturday from 12PM – 5PM.

Idyll Hounds Brewing Company, 845 Serenoa Rd, Santa Rosa Beach.


DEEP Brewing Company, 2524 Cathay Ct #2, Tallahassee. Small batch ales and lagers. Brewery and tasting room with food trucks on weekends. Try: Neutral Buoyancy Bavarian Hefeweizen (4.7% IPA)

Lake Tribe Brewing Company, 3357 Garber Dr #4, Tallahassee. Brewery and taproom open on Thursday and Friday nights, Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoon. Try: Red Cloud IPA.

Ology Brewing Company, 118 E 6th Ave, Tallahassee. (Midtown) Experimental small batch ales that let the wild, funky and maddening flavors of beer converge. Try: Hole in the Fence Tart Wheat Ale (5% ABV)

Proof Brewing Company644 McDonnell Street, Tallahassee. (Railroad Square) Located in an industrial art park, Proof Brewing Company is helping put Florida’s Capital City on the map for craft beer with brews like Eightfive-O, American Pale Ale and Mango Wit, which is made with organic mangos. Try: Mango Wit

Check This Out

For knowledgeable reviews of craft beers around Florida, check out the Florida Beer Blog

Southeast Florida Brewpubs

Flagler Village Brewery is in Fort Lauderdale.

Boca Raton

Barrel of Monks Brewing 1141 South Rogers Circle, #5, Boca Raton. In the spirit of Belgium monks. Brewery, tasting room and tours. Open Tuesday through Sunday.

Crazy Uncle Mike’s, 6450 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33487.

Prosperity Brewers, 4160 NW 1st Ave., #21, Boca Raton. Phone: (561) 325-8495. 3.5 bbl system & 12 taps. Small groups and private parties.

Boynton Beach

Copperpoint Brewing Co., 151 Commerce Road, Boynton Beach

Due South Brewing, 2900 High Ridge Rd. #3, Boynton Beach. Try: Mariana Trench | Florida Beer Blog Review

NOBO Brewing Co. 2901 NW Commerce Park Dr., Boynton Beach

Coral Gables

Titanic Brewery, 5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables. Phone: (305) 668-1742. Miami’s oldest brewpub. Indoor and outdoor seating. Open 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. (Open until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday).

Coral Springs

Big Bear Brewing, 1800 North University Drive, Coral Springs. Florida Beer Blog Review


3 Sons Brewing Company, 236 North Federal Highway, Dania Beach. Nomad brewers with a brewery, but no taproom — yet. Plans in the works for a biergarten. Meantime, find their brews at the Brass Tap in Naples and Ft Lauderdale and at special events.


The Mack House, 9118 West State Road 84 Davie.

Delray Beach

SaltWater Brewery, 1701 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach. Craft microbrewery with a bar for tastings, plus a beer garden, tours & rotating food trucks. Try: Screaming Reels IPA (7% ABV)


M.I.A. Brewing, 10400 NW 33rd Street, Suite 150, Doral. Try Miami Weiss

Tripping Animals Brewing Company, 2685 NW 105th Ave, Doral. Try: The Ultimate Trip sour ale.

Fort Lauderdale

American Icon Brewery, Kitchen and Taproom, 913 NE 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Beers brewed at home brewery in Vero Beach.

Flagler Village Brewery, 551 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale. Phone:

Gulf Stream Brewing Company, 1105 NE 13th St. Fort Lauderdale.

Invasive Species Brewing, 726 NE 2nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale

Khoffner Brewery, Sistrunk Marketplace, 115 NW 6th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311. Phone: (954) 999-5090. Hand-crafted lagers, ales and stouts. Closed Mon-Tues.

LauderAle Brewing Company, 3305 SE 14th Ave., Fort Lauderdale

Orchestrated Minds Brewing, 803 NW 1st St Fort Lauderdale, Florida. | Florida Beer Blog Review

Tarpon River Brewing, 280 SW 6th St, Fort Lauderdale. | Florida Beer Blog Review

Fort Pierce

Islamorada Beer Company,  3200 St Lucie Blvd, Fort Pierce, FL 34946. Big sister to the flagship brewery in the Florida Keys. 25,000 sq ft brewery where beer is kegged, bottle or canned. Tasting room. Hours: Tue-Thur: 2-8pm; Fri-Sat. 12-9pm; Sun 12-6 pm. Phone: (305) 508-9093

Sailfish Brewing Co.,130 N 2nd St, Fort Pierce. First craft brewery in Fort Pierce. Try the Sunrise City IPA 


Unbranded Brewing Company, 1395 E. 11th Ave., Hialeah; Phone: 786-332-3097. Indoor and outdoor service. Closed Mondays. Open Tues-Wed, 12-10 PM; Thur-Sat, 12pm-1 am; Sun, 12-10 pm.


Miami Brewing Company, 30205 SW 217th Ave suite 100, Homestead. Try: Gator Tail Brown Ale

Schnebly’s Winery & Brewery, 30205 SW 217th Avenue, Homestead (Redlands)


Hollywood Brewing Company, 3410 N. 29th Ave., Hollywood.


Civil Society Brewing Company, 1200 Town Center Dr #101, Jupiter.

Inlet Brewing Company in Jupiter. (Mystery brewer: No retail location, no taproom, no tours.) Flagship brew is Monk in the Trunk organic amber ale, brewed in Pompano Beach at 26 Degree Brewing.

Lake Park

Kelsey City Brewing Company and Brewhouse Gallery, 720 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403. Phone: 561.469.8930  Three-barrel nano brewery focused on small-batch production and original recipes you can only experience on-site. Kelsey City Brewing was added to The Brewhouse Gallery in 2020. Located in the Lake Park Arts District. Open: MON, 3 to 8; TUE, 3 to 10; WED & THUR, 3 to 9; FRI : 3 to 11; SAT,: 12 to 11; SUN : 12 to 8.

Lake Worth

Mathews Brewing Company, 130 South H Street, Lake Worth


Yeasty Brews, 3944 NW 19th St, Lauderhill, FL 33313. Phone: 754-223-2198. Open Thurs.-Sunday, 3:30-11 p.m. Closed Mon-Wed. (Hat tip to Dave Butler, Florida Beer Blog)


Beat Culture Brewery, 7250 NW 11th Street, Miami. 50s theme. Try: Mango Thief IPA (7.5%) | Florida Beer Blog Review

Biscayne Bay Brewing, 100 NE First Ave., Miami. Opening soon. Concession at Marlins Park. Phone:

Concrete Beach Brewery, 325 NW 24th St, Miami. No taproom. Havana Lager available in stores, bars and restaurants.

J. Wakefield Brewing, 120 NW 24th ST., Miami (Winwood) Try: Miami Madness

Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Company, 7360 SW 41st St, Miami

Tank Brewing Company, 5100 NW 72nd Ave Unit A-1, Miami. Try: El Farito IPA

Unseen Creatures Brewing, 4178 SW 74th CT, Miami, FL 33155. Open FRI-SAT: 12PM-12AM; SUN: 12PM-8PM; WED-THU: 4PM-12AM; MON/TUES: CLOSED.

Veza Sur Brewing Company, 55 NW 25th St, Miami. (Wynwood) A Miami-born craft brewery with Latin-American roots. 

Wynwood Brewing, 565 NW 24th St, Miami. Try: Pop’s Porter

North Palm Beach

Stormhouse Brewing, 1201 US-1 Unit 15, North Palm Beach, FL 33408. Phone: (561) 323-4172. Creative and delicious gastropub-inspired menu. The atmosphere is inclusive of all ages and interests. Open Mon – Thu: 11:30am – 10pm; Fri-Sat: 11:30am – 11pm; Sunday: 11am – 10pm.

Oakland Park

Funky Buddha Brewery 1201 NE 38th Street, Oakland Park. Popular brew pub. Acquired in 2017 by Constellation Brands, makers of Corona, although it still retains its local feel. Try: Morning Wood American Porter (12% ABV) and Maple Bacon Coffee Porter (6.4% ABV).


Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery, 13416 NW 38th Ct B, Opa-locka, FL 33054. Phone: (786) 681-6572. Small batches. Caribbean-style malt beverages. Open Thurs-Sat, 5-9 pm, Sun 3-7 pm. Closed Mon-Wed.

Palm Beach Gardens

Twisted Trunk Brewery, 2000 PGA Blvd., #5506, Palm Beach Gardens. Phone: (561) 671-BEER. Open Tuesday – Friday: 1-10 pm; Saturday: 12 – 10 pm; Sunday: 12-9 pm

Pompano Beach

26 Degree Brewing, 2600 East Atlantic Ave., Pompano Beach. Phone (954) 532-6964. 30-barrel brewhouse with a massive (4,600 sf), high-ceiling taproom and a 54-foot bar. Curbside pickup and delivery available. Closed Mondays.

Pompano Beach Brewing Company (formerly Bangin’ Banjo), 3200 NW 23rd Ave., Pompano Beach. Any Day Beer For Every Day People in our three-barrel electric brewhouse with taproom. Food trucks on site Wed-Sat, some Sundays. Also, nearby food take-out and delivery.

Odd Breed Wild Ales, 50 NE 1st Street, Pompano Beach. Phone: (754) 220-6099. Tap room has re-opened. Thu: 4-9 pm Fri: 4-10 pm Sat: 12-10 pm Sun: 1-6 pm. Closed Mon-Wed.

Port St. Lucie

Hop Life Brewing Company, 679 NW Enterprise Dr, Port St. Lucie. (St. Lucie West) Try: Root beer porter

Side Door Brewing Company, 1419 SE Village Green Dr, Port St. Lucie Try: Knockers Mik Stout (7% ABV)

Riviera Beach

Kelsey City Brewing Company and Brewhouse Gallery, 720 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403. Phone: 561.469.8930  Three-barrel nano brewery focused on small-batch production and original recipes you can only experience on-site. Kelsey City Brewing was added to The Brewhouse Gallery in 2020. Located in the Lake Park Arts District. Open: MON, 3 to 8; TUE, 3 to 10; WED & THUR, 3 to 9; FRI : 3 to 11; SAT,: 12 to 11; SUN : 12 to 8.


Mash Monkeys Brewing Co., 920 US Highway 1, Sebastian. Two of their signature beers include a light Belgian Pale. They also have a Kosch, hard lemonade, IPA’s with a twist. No kitchen, so bring food or order from a pizzeria in the same complex. Try: Mommy’s Happy Juice (Hat tip to Lee Spitzkoff)

Pareidolia Brewing Company, 712 Cleveland St., Sebastian. Recently move to snazzy new digs on Cleveland Street, just west of Indian River Drive. Pub grub, pretzels, paninis, cheeses, chili and Crab E Bill’s Smoked Fish Dip. Try: 32958 IPA, Mel’s Gold Ale.


Crafted Keg, 555 S Colorado Ave, Stuart. Growler bar. Open 2-8 pm daily.

Ocean Republic Brewing, 1630 SE Federal Hwy Stuart, FL 34994. Phone: (772) 600-5596. Family-owned and operated brewery in Stuart with a wide range of beers, and a scratch-made kitchen. Open 11 am – 10 pm daily.


Tequesta Brewing Company, 287 U.S. 1, Tequesta. Try: Bock in Bock

Vero Beach

American Icon Brewery, 1133 19th Pl, Vero Beach. Occupies a historic power plant in downtown Vero Beach. Brewery and taproom with an impressive pub grub menu, but you’re here for the beers. Try: Freedom Torch Stout (6% ABV)

Walking Tree Brewery, 3209 Dodger Road, Vero Beach. Mangrove trees live with one foot on land and one in the sea, constantly expanding their boundaries. Large tasting room open 7 days. Bar snacks. Try: Babycakes Nitro Stout.

West Palm Beach

Accomplice Brewery & Ciderworks, 1023 N. Florida Mango Road, West Palm Beach. Specializing in ciders, cyser (apple mead) and mead. We have 20 non-grain taps in our tasting room, 14 local guest beer taps and will soon brew alternative grain beers that are gluten free (cider is naturally gluten free). — Felonice Merriman, an owner

Civic Society Brewing Co., 524 Kanuga Drive, West Palm Beach. Civil Society’s second taproom (the first is in Jupiter).

Dixie Grill and Brewery, 5101 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach FL. Phone: 561-586-3189. Mon-Thu: 11:30am – 11pm; Fri-Sat: 11:30am – 12am; Sundays: 11:30am-11pm.

Ookapow Brewing Co., 1142 Old Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach. Small batch, hand-crafted artisan ales. Brewery and taproom. Try: Peanut Butter Porter (5.5% ABV)

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Southwest Florida Brewpubs

Oil Well Craft Beer Pub in Ava Maria

Bonita Springs

Riptide Brewing Company Bonita Springs Brewhouse (formerly Momentum), 9786 Bonita Beach Rd SE #1, Bonita Springs. Brewery, taproom and food trucks. Open Mon-Thurs, 3PM to 10PM; Friday, 3PM to 11PM; Saturday, 12PM to 11PM; Sunday, 12PM to 8PM.

Cape Coral

Big Blue Brewing, 4721 SE 10th Place, Cape Coral

Cape Coral Brewery, 839 Miramar St, Cape Coral. Brewery and taproom.

Fort Myers

Bury Me Brewing, 4224 Cleveland Ave, #7, Fort Myers.

Crazy Dingo Brewing, Southern Fresh Farms, 8500 Penzance Blvd, Fort Myers, Florida 33912. Florida Beer Blog Review

Fort Myers Brewing Company, 12811 Commerce Lakes Dr #28, Fort Myers. Food trucks visit on site. Tours offered on most Wednesdays and Saturdays. Open Mon-Fri, 2-10 pm; Sat, 12-11; Sun, 12-8. Try Get Lei’d (pineapple infused summer brew)

Millenial Brewing Company, 1811 Royal Palm Ave, Fort Myers. Try Second Amendment Brown Ale. Florida Beer Blog Review

Old Soul Brewing, 10970 S Cleveland Ave, #402, Fort Myers Florida Beer Blog Review

Palm City Brewing Co., 7887 Drew Circle #120, Fort Myers, FL 33967. Try Hidden Agenda (4.5% ABV

Point Ybel Brewing Company, 16120 San Carlos Blvd, STE 4, Fort Myers. Try Snook Bite IPA (7.2% ABV)


LaBelle Brewing,  670 W Hickpochee Ave, LaBelle, FL 33935. Food provided by Buckingham Farms, Tues – Sat. Food truck on Sundays. Signature beers: Cowboy Way IPA, Peregrination & Courthouse Cream Ale.

Marco Island

Marco Island Brewery, 1089 N Collier Blvd, Marco Island


Ankrolab Brewing, 3555 Bayshore Drive, Naples, FL 34112. Closed Mondays. Tues-Thurs, 3-9 pm; Fri, 3-11; Sat, 12-11; Sun, 12-9.

Bone Hook Brewing, 1514 Immokalee Rd #106, Naples. Brewery and taproom at Creekside Corners in North Naples. Open Sun-Thurs, 12-9 pm; Fri-Sat, 12-10 pm. Happy Hour 2-6 pm. (239) 631-8522

Fantasy Brewmasters, 950 Commercial Blvd., Naples

Naples Beach Brewery, 4120 Enterprise Ave #116, Naples. Naples first microbrewery has a tasting room at its brewery in an industrial park east of Naples airport. Food truck Wednesday through Sunday. Try: Peanut Butter Cup Stout when available.

Oil Well Craft Beer, 5334 Ave Maria Blvd # 500, Ave Maria, FL 34142.

Riptide Brewing Company, 987 3rd Ave N, Naples. Located in the Naples Design District with a taproom. Food trucks on Tuesdayas, Thursdays and Saturdays. Mon-Sat 12PM to 11PM; Sunday 12PM to 8PM. 239-228-6533 Try: Jackman’s Abbey Belgian Triple.

South Cypress Brewing, 895 Wiggins Pass Rd, Naples

Punta Gorda

Peace River Beer Company, 1732 Steadley Ave, Punta Gorda,. Nice selection of their own micros along with some from their sister brewery, Bury Me Brewing in Ft Myers. Flights and Growlers. No food, so they have food trucks most nights. Try: #5 West Coast IPA (6.8% ABV) or NUGGZ IPA (6.5% ABV). (Bob Ackerman)

Fat Point Brewing, 611 Charlotte St, Punta Gorda


Off The Wagon Brewery and Kitchen, 2107 S Tamiami Trail, Venice. Microbrewery (3 Bridges Brewing) and gastropub.

Brewpubs in Tampa Bay

Often seen as the incubator for Florida’s craft brewers, the Tampa Bay area has a rich history of unique craft beers and imaginative tap rooms dating back before (and during) Prohibition, more than a hundred years ago. Today’s craft brewers are keeping alive the area’s rich traditions of turning out great beers.

Try the Dessert Eagle cinnamon and brown sugar Imperial Sweet Stout with habanero at Arkane Aleworks in Largo.


3Keys Brewery, 2505 Manatee Ave E, Brandenton. Try: South River Dank Imperial IPA (9% ABV)

Darwin Brewing Company and Taproom, 803 17th Ave W, Bradenton. Closed Sun-Thurs. Open Fri 4-10 & Sat. noon-10. Try: Llama Mama Milk Stout (6.9% ABV) Florida Beer Blog Review

Good Liquid Brewing Company, 4824 14th St. W, Bradenton. Brewery and taproom.

Motorworks Brewing Company, 1014 9th Street West, Bradenton. 30-barrel brewery, taproom and beer garden under a massive oak tree. Try: Hearth and Harvest Rye Beer  (10.5% ABV) | Florida Beer Blog Review


Big Storm Brewing Co., 12707 49th Street N, Clearwater. Brewery and 3 taprooms: 2330 Success Drive, Odessa; 839 Miramar Street, Cape Coral. Try: Hurricane Party Sour (4% ABV)  | Florida Beer Blog Review

Sea Dog Brewery, 26200 US Hwy 19 N. Clearwater. 20-barrel brewhouse — Vicki Brennan


7venth Sun Brewing Company, 1012 Broadway, Dunedin, FL 34698 Dunedin

Caledonia Brewing, 587 Main St, Dunedin

Dunedin Brewery, 937 Douglas Ave, Dunedin. Florida’s oldest microbrewery, Dunedin Brewery offers a line of great drinkable beers, like its Apricot Peach Ale and Red Ale. If you visit the brewery, be sure to order the fried cheese curds. Try: Apricot Peach Ale, Biere du Cafe

House Of Beer Brewing Company, 927 Broadway, Dunedin.

Soggy Bottom Brewery, 660 Main St, Dunedin.

Woodwright Brewing Company, 985 Douglas Ave, Dunedin


Craft Life Brewing Company, 6810 Tower Dr, Hudson, FL 34667. Phone: 727-378-4530. Formerly in Land O’ Lakes, Craft Life moved to Hudson during the pandemic and opened their new taproom in Spring 2021. Won second place 2019 Best Florida Beer Competition for their “Me So Jalapeno Honey”, a honey ale, fermented with candied jalapenos. Rotating food trucks and musical entertainment. Open Mon, Wed, Thurs, 4-9 pm; Fri-Sat, 1-10 pm; Sun, 1-7 pm. Closed Tuesdays. (Hat tip to Carlo Petric)


Arkane Aleworks, 2480 E Bay Dr #23, Largo. Phone: (727) 270-7117. Brewery, taproom and beer to go. Open Wednesday through Sunday, 3 p.m. until 10 p.m. Try the Dessert Eagle cinnamon and brown sugar Imperial Sweet Stout with habanero.

Barley Moe Brewing, 518 West Bay Drive, Largo

Madeira Beach

Mad Beach Craft Brewing Company, John’s Pass Village and Boardwalk, 12945 Village Blvd, Madeira Beach. Brewpub restaurant specializing in beach-friendly session-able beers and sangrias by day, and higher gravity beers that pair well with their Caribbean and southern inspired menu by night. Open every day at 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (11 p.m. on Sat-Sun)

New Port Richey

Infusion Brewing Company of Trinity, 7813 Mitchell Blvd # 103, Trinity., New Port Richey. Microbrewery making small batches of craft beers such as IPA’s, Pale Ales, Wheat beers, and more. Open Thurs, 4-9 pm; Fri, 4-10 pm; Sat, 1-10 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm. Closed Mon-Wed.

Palm Harbor

Lagerhaus Brewery and Grill,3438 East Lake Business, Palm Harbor


FBig Storm Brewing Co12707 49th Street, Clearwater. Started in Odessa, Florida and eventually expanding into Clearwater, Big Storm Brewing Co. is one of the fastest growing breweries in Florida. Try: Wavemaker Amber Ale


Leaven Brewing, 11238 Boyette Rd (Shoppes of Boyette), Riverview, FL 33569. Phone: (813) 677-7023. Mon-Thurs; 3-10 PM; Fri-Sat., 12:00 PM – Midnight; Sun, 12-8 PM. Try: The Red Ale


Big Top Brewing, 6111 Porter Way, Sarasota. Sarasota was long home to wintering circuses, and Big Top’s best-known beers feature a circus theme. Open Mon – Thurs: 12pm – 10pm; Fri: 12pm – 11:30pm; Sat: 12pm – 11:30pm; Sun: 12pm – 8pm. Also locations in Gainesville and Pensacola.

Brew Life Brewing, 5767 S Beneva Rd, Sarasota. Small batch brewery and bar. “Beer is Life.” Try: I Scream Orange Cream Ale (5% ABV) 

Calusa Brewing, 5701 Derek Ave., Sarasota. Try: Foederhead Oak-Fermented tart Saison (6.5% ABV)

J Dubs Brewing, 1215 Mango Avenue, Sarasota. Try: Poolside Kolsch Pale Ale or the Bell Cow American Porter. Florida Beer Blog Review

Sarasota Brewing Company, 6607 Gateway Ave, Sarasota.


Rapp Brewing Company, 10930 Endeavour Way, Seminole

St. Petersburg

3 Daughters Brewery, 222 22nd Street South, St. Petersburg. Laid-back pub to bring kids, dogs and friends for a beer and a game of … whatever strikes your fancy. Board game tables for Scrabble, chess and checkers, a Pictionary white board, dominoes, three foosball tables, dart boards, shuffleboard. Most popular beer is Beach Blonde Ale (5% ABV). Getting into ciders in a big way. Try: Dry Rose Cider. Florida Beer Blog Review.

Avid Brewing Company, 1745 1st Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Phone: (727) 388-6756. Closed Mon-Tues. Wed, 12-8pm; Thurs-Sat., 12-10pm; Sun, 12-6 pm.

Bayboro Brewing Company, 2390 5th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Phone: (727) 767-9666. Mon-Thurs, 4-10 pm; Fri., 1-11pm; Sat., 11am-11pm; Sun., 12-9pm.

Cage Brewing, 2001 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg. New brewery and open air bar. Retro pinball machines, air-hockey table (watch your knuckles!) and foosball. The popular beer at Cage is the Static IPA (7% ABV). Cage’s brewmaster likes to play around with fruity flavors, offering two mango beers. Try: Static IPA

Cycle Brewing Company, 534 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Craft brewery with a cycling theme. Sidewalk seating. Mon-Thurs, 4-9 pm; Fri-Sat, 1-8 pm; Sun., 1-6 pm

Flying Boat Brewing Company, 1776 11th Ave N, St. Petersburg. Early in the 20th Century, travel between Tampa and St. Petersburg took two hours by steamboat and 12 hours by train. Then came the Flying Boat, which scooted across Tampa Bay in only 23 minutes. Theme beers featured in this brewery and taproom. A portion of beer sales goes to St. Petersburg’s Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Try: Demens Landing Imperial Stout ( 10.5% ABV) | Florida Beer Blog Review

Green Bench Brewing Company, 1133 Baum Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33705. Phone: (727) 800-9836. Named after the city’s once-iconic green benches, this was the first to open on St. Petersburg’s craft brewing scene. Craft brewery specializing in IPAs & ales, serving the suds in its taproom & beer garden. Most of the brewery’s beers are named after local attractions. Monday: Closed; Tuesday, 12– 10pm; Wednesday, 12-10pm; Thursday 12-10pm; Friday 12-10pm; Saturday 12-10pm; Sunday 12-10pm. (Hat tip to Ed Heiland and Vicki McCash.)

If I Brewed The World Brewery, 2200 1st Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Phone: (727) 201-4484. A small batch brewery specializing in fun and eclectic flavor profiles. Open Thursday through Sunday.

Overflow Brewing Company, 770 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Phone: (727) 914-0665. Craft beer brewery, taproom and art gallery.

Pinellas Ale Works, 1962 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg. Doggy-themed micro-brewery takes its mission seriously. The peanut butter stout is a favorite. Top of the menu is a beer called “Harold’s” (5% ABV), billed as a St. Pete-style lager, a testament to the city’s growing reputation as a beer-centric destination. All of PAW’s brews are available in 32-, 64- and 128-ounce growlers. Pets welcome inside or out in a shaded biergarten. Try: Milk Bone stout

Right Around The Corner, 2244 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Phone: (813) 360-0766. Dog-friendly brewpub featuring vintage arcade games, pool & a patio with outdoor seating. Wed-Thurs, 4-10pm; Fri., 4-midnight; Sat., Noon-Midnight; Sun, 12-10 pm.

St. Petersburg Brewing Company, 544 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Phone: (727) 623-4837. Lighter wheat beers and ales are the attraction at this unpretentious brew pub, where dogs enjoy hanging out inside or out, kids play Connect-Four at picnic tables on the sidewalk, and there’s free popcorn from an old-fashioned popper in the back. Open Mon-Fri, 1 pm- 10pm; Sat., Noon-10pm; Sun, Noon-9 pm. (Hat tip to Ed Heiland and Vicki McCash)

St. Pete Beach

Mastry’s Brewery, 7701 Blind Pass Road, St. Pete Beach. Old-world beers with a decidedly St. Pete Beach style. From using noble hops from Germany to choosing the finest floor-malted Maris Otter malts or searching out a yeast strain from the Czech Republic, Mastry’s takes you on tour of the world, all from a tasting room on the beach. It’s a vacation in a glass. Try: Day Trip Belgian Tripel (8.7% ABV)


81Bay Brewing, 4465 W Gandy Blvd, Tampa. Brewery and huge taproom with games (table tennis, darts, pool, buckey pong, etc. Try: Here Plums the Sun Sour Ale | Florida Beer Blog Review

Angry Chair Brewing, 6401 N Florida Ave, Tampa (Seminole Heights)

Bay Cannon Beer Co., 2106 W Main St, Tampa, FL 33607.  Closed Mon; Tue–Thu, 4-10pm; Fri ,12-10pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11 am-7 pm.

Cigar City Brewing, 3924 W. Spruce St, Tampa. If you know one Florida craft brewer, it’s probably Cigar City Brewing and its wildly popular brews like Jai Alai IPA and Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale. Cigar City is also known for Hunahpu’s Day, a huge beer festival attended by beer aficionados from around the country. Visit the taproom in Tampa and you might just see someone hand-rolling cigars in the corner. Try: BeerAdvocate ranks Hunahpu Imperial Stout (11% ABV) as the best brew in Florida and No. 5 nationwide.

Coppertail Brewing Co., 2601 East 2nd Ave. Tampa. Located just south of Ybor City’s 7th street, Coppertail Brewing Co. is doing craft beer in a big way. Aside from its impressive core beer lineup, which includes a Belgian-style American Trippel, Coppertail also has an extensive sour beer program that you can sample at the taproom. Try: Unholy American Trippel Florida Beer Blog Review

Florida Avenue Brewing, 4101 N Florida Ave, Tampa

Hidden Springs Ale Words, 1631 N Franklin St, Tampa Heights, FL 33602. Phone: 813-226-2739 Tasting Room hours: MON – THUR : 3PM – 9PM; FRI + SAT : 12PM – 10PM; SUNDAY : 12PM – 6PM

Rock Brothers Brewing,1901 N 15th St, Tampa, Florida 33605. Phone: (813) 241-0110. Also visit The Attic at Rock Brothers, a music and performing arts venue at 1510 E 8th Ave, Tampa, Florida 33605.

Magnanimous Brewing,  1420 N Florida Ave, Tampa, FL 33602. Phone(813) 415-3671.

Tampa Bay Brewing Company, 1600 E 8th Ave, Tampa (Ybor City)

Ulele Spring Brewery 1810 North Highland Avenue (Riverwalk), Tampa, FL 33602. Phone: 813.999.4952. Hours are Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Tarpon Springs

Saint Somewhere Brewery, 312 E Tarpon Ave, Tarpon Springs. For fans of traditional Belgian style ales, St. Somewhere is a true gem. This Tarpon Springs brewery specializes in century-old unfiltered farmhouse style ales produced in small batches. Try: Saison Athene

Silverking Brewing Company in Tarpon Springs

Saint Somewhere Brewery, 312 E Tarpon Ave, Tarpon Springs. Belgium style ales.

Treasure Island

Seadog Brewery Treasure Island, 9641 Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island.


Escape Brewing Company, 9945 Trinity Blvd Suite 108, Trinity. Industrial style. Order from Italian restaurant next door for delivery to taproom. Growlers, or can-on-the-spot to go. Try:So Pitted Belgium Tripel (9.1% ABV). Trois American IPA (ABV 6.5%). — Tony Barbetta


Bullfrog Creek Brewing Co., 3632 Lithia Pinecrest Rd, Valrico. (Tampa Bay) Veteran owned brewery and taproom.

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Brewpub Tours and Passports

Most of the craft breweries in this guide offer tours of their own breweries, but there are also independently operated bus tours of multiple breweries that include all-inclusive tastings and tours.

Leave the driving to them. For details, click on the links.

Brew Bus, 4101 N Florida Ave, Tampa. Public and private tours. Call (813) 990-7310

Damn Good Beer Bus Brewery Tours, Palm Beach County. 3 tours in North County, Central County and South County. Call (561) 906-7212

Temporarily Closed Due to COVID. Miami Brew Bus, 1547 SW 8th Street Miami. “We drive, you drink.” 3 tours: Highway To Hops, Avenues to Ales, Expressways to Brews. Call (305) 440-HOPS

Punta Gorda Brew Tours, Punta Gorda. Tour breweries from Fort Myers north to Sarasota by bus.

Southwest Florida Ale Trail (Self-guided). 17 participating breweries in Lee, Collier, & Charlotte counties.


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Kerry Shorr

Friday 9th of July 2021

Crafted Keg in Stuart is not a brewery, although it’s a terrific place to sample beers from local breweries as well as lesser known and harder to come by brews.

Allan McHenry

Monday 3rd of May 2021

Awesome list- need to get busy! Missed a new one in my neighborhood. Lost City Brewing, North Miami. Opened during Covid, hung in there and going strong.

ED Heiland

Saturday 17th of April 2021

Great list! Just for you to update; Inner Compass in Sanford has closed. I believe they relocated to Bradenton. Also, there is a wonderful brewery in Pensacola- Odd Colony 260 N Palafox St, Pensacola, FL 32502. In St. Pete I don't see Green Bench or St. Pete brewing

Bob Rountree

Saturday 17th of April 2021

Thank you so much, Ed! I'm banging my head against my desk over Green Bench and St. Pete, especially since we have written about both in this story: Appreciate the heads up, as well as the addition of Odd Colony. Fixes have been made. :-)

Mark C.

Wednesday 14th of April 2021

This is quite the undertaking - but if kept up to date, it will be super helpful! FYI in Daytona Beach: Daytona Beach Brewing has closed. Red Pig Brewery ( 101 2nd Street, Unit 401 Holly Hill, FL 32117 Red Pig recently started having food trucks on site. Watch for new releases - they have the most "adventurous" beers.

Worlds Most Famous Brewery 816 Main Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32118 (co-located with the Pallet Pub) Find them on Untappd or Facebook. A nano-brewery just getting started. They are worth a visit if you're in downtown Daytona Beach or at the actual beach!

Bob Rountree

Wednesday 14th of April 2021

Thanks for the updates, Mark! I'll make the changes now. We love craft beer and the artisans who brew it. These are mostly family-run businesses, and this list is dear to my heart. Your contribution is very much appreciated. :-)


Tuesday 13th of April 2021

Amazing list!! Thank you! I think we could lose ourselves in Florida just driving around in our small motor home and tasting a new brew each day!!

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