Florida Beer News for April 1st – @3dbrewing @bigtopbrewco @central28 and more!

Here’s some interesting news on breweries and festivals from around the state:

3 Daughters Brewing in St Petersburg is opening an new 10,000 sq ft. brewing facility, next door to their existing space at 222 22nd St.


The new 3 Daughters Brewing compound. Image courtesy of 3 Daughters Brewing.

Partnering with St. Pete-based tank manufacturer BrewFab, 3 Daughters is installing six 150 BBL fermenters and two 300 BBL brite tanks. this means that their brewing capacity will be increasing to five times their current capacity!


New tanks. Image courtesy of 3 Daughters

A grand opening party is slated for Saturday, May 7th. 


3 Daughters Brewing owners Mike and Leigh Hartingn with St. Petersburg mayor Rick Kriseman and Deputy Mayor Dr. Kanika Tomalin. Image courtesy of 3 Daughters


Inoculum Ale Works is getting ready to ship their first beers! The first cans of DREX the Lactosaurus Rex came of the canning line a few days ago.


The cost will be $7.99 per 4-packs, plus a flat shipping rate of $20 for a shipment of up to 18 lbs. Naturally, this means the more you buy, the less per can you’ll spend!

More information can be found at Inoculum’s web site.

Sarasota is celebrating a birthday on Saturday as Big Top Brewing turns 2 years old. The part will be at their brewery from noon to 11 PM on Saturday, April 2nd.


There will be entertainment, including Blake Wallenda on the high wire. There are also special anniversary beer tappings, including a cotton candy Saison!


The Palm Beach Zoo is holding their next Brew at the Zoo event on Saturday, April 2nd as well. The event will feature only Florida breweries that travel less than 100 miles to get there, reducing the event’s carbon footprint.


Great tickets are still available from the Palm Beach Zoo web site.


Also on April 2nd is the DeBary Beerfest at River City Nature Park from 2 to 6 PM. Hosted by local brewery Central 28, this event will feature regional breweries giving samples and competing in a disc golf tournament.


All proceeds go to St. Johns Riverkeeper, an organization dedicated to preserving the St. Johns River.

Drink Florida Craft,



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