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I’ve said it to his face as well, but Nick Moench is to beer what Ferrari is to cars. Here’s the reason why: Ferrari really doesn’t want to make cars. They do, and sell them, but it’s not their true passion. That true passion lies in racing, and the car sales finance the racing team. …
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Released each Wednesday beginning Feb. 7, the 2018 version of this passport program could lead to valuable prizes for the brewery’s customers.  For the second year in a row, Marker 48 Brewing will offer a promotion that will give participants a chance to win magnificent prizes at the end of the year, as well as …
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Walking Tree Brewery located in Vero Beach, Florida is proud to announce its new distribution partnership with North Florida’s Champion Brands. This partnership will bring Walking Tree Brewery’s award-winning craft beer brands to the Nassau, Duval, Clay, Putnam, Baker and St. Johns county markets. “Walking Tree has a reputation for making great beer that precedes …
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To Richard Gonzmart, Columbia Restaurant Group Dear Mr. Gonzmart, I think it is time to rename Ulele. It is nothing short of amazing how popular Ulele is with the Tampa crowd. I am sure you are quite aware of how many locals come by for a meal on any random night. It’s well deserved, too. …
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JOIN US AT BRIX PROJECT AS WE CELEBRATE LOVE THE BEST WAY WE KNOW HOW, WITH BEER.  Date & Time: Wednesday, February 14th, 7 – 10 PM Location: Playalinda Brewing Company – Brix Project, 5220 S Washington Ave. Titusville, FL 32708 Price: $75 per person (includes tax and gratuity) *we are limited to 50 tickets! Executive Chef Justin and Brewmaster …
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If you’re a fan of classic sci-fi (and I mean actually classic, not like “I prefer the original Star Trek series” classic), you may have heard of the morlocks. Created by H.G. Wells in his seminal 19th century novel The Time , morlocks were brooding, hulkish, relatively weak, subterranean monsters that lived in a far-flung …
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I’ve never seen so many Quonset huts in Florida as I have in Lake Worth. It’s the first thing I noticed. Drive on South H Street; you’ll see what I mean. The second thing I noticed was how many of them were auto body shops and repair places. Finally, having a brewery and its valet …
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If you haven’t heard of grapefruiting, I’m not going to be the person to explain it to you. I will say that it will require a relatively strong constitution if you decide to look it up online. And I really do have to apologize profusely to Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton, as I discovered this, uh, …
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Jacksonville is only send to Pensacola in terms of cities whose beer scenes I’m just not plugged into at all. And it sucks. There’s clearly a lot I’m missing, both in beer and sheer geography. All this time I was under the horribly misguided assumption that Atlantic Beach Brewing is a little farther down the …
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What’s exceptionally cool about getting off I-95 on your way to the Playalinda Brix Project is taking a right turn on Washington Ave. when you hit the water with the Kennedy Space Center VAB clear as day in the distance. It’s that huge. Ten bucks native Space Coast residents just don’t see it anymore.  So …
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