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Father and son duo collaborate to create Inoculated Orange Blossom Pilsner Beer runs in the family for Tom and Nick Moench. The pair put their heads together, mixed their techniques and knowledge to brew Inoculated Orange Blossom Pilsner (IOBP) in time for Father’s Day. The new refreshing sour beer is a take on Tom’s classic …
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(This post is one for our Christmas in June series, which is a bunch of blog posts that I had partially written for beers that appeared over the 2017 holiday season, but never managed to publish on time. Enjoy this as insight for some of the beers that you can try at these fantastic breweries, …
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(This post is one for our Christmas in June series, which is a bunch of blog posts that I had partially written for beers that appeared over the 2017 holiday season, but never managed to publish on time. Enjoy this as insight for some of the beers that you can try at these fantastic breweries, …
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(This post is one for our Christmas in June series, which is a bunch of blog posts that I had partially written for beers that appeared over the 2017 holiday season, but never managed to publish on time. Enjoy this as insight for some of the beers that you can try at these fantastic breweries, …
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Florida, surprisingly, has an important place in the history of aviation. The year was 1914. People wanting to travel from St Petersburg to Tampa did not have the selection of bridges making the trip as easy as it is to do today. It was a several hour affair, either by slow boat, train, or car …
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I do a fair amount of traveling. It’s pretty awful to be away from my family, but on occasion I do get to go to some pretty neat places. Of that list, Tampa is definitely the highest. Yes, I know it’s only on the other side of the state, it’s not like going to someplace …
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Oh, the classic PB&J. That bastion of childhood eating, that’s still more than a little awesome even today. Now if you really think about it, peanut butter has been a staple of craft brewing for a very long time (or at least the peanut portion of it). Fruit, as well, has been a great friend …
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The most experienced craft brewer in America has brought his 40 years of expertise to Florida for the first time. And not just for any beer – he brewed the inaugural batch of Alcatraz 2X IPA in Lakeland, which is now being introduced in central Florida. Don Barkley – the Godfather of Craft Beer – …
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Imagine pulling up to a white line in your car. You come to a full stop, put it into neutral, and ease your foot off the brake. Suddenly, your car – gasp – starts rolling backwards up the hill, which logic dictates is not possible. The car should only be able to roll down a …
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A special bottle release and tapping of The John Reeves Incident Double IPA commemorates a local legend on Memorial Day Weekend. John Reeves lived in the Brooksville area of Florida and, like many of us, enjoyed traipsing around in the beautiful woodlands of The Nature Coast. Then one day, in 1961, he came upon a …
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