UPDATE: THE LOCAL LOOP HAS DISCONTINUED SERVICE IN DOWNTOWN ST. PETE
We introduced this beer to the world on International Nutella Day last February and again on Hunahpu's Day 2015 in March. Ever since then our fans haven't stopped asking when the next batch is coming out. We're excited to announce that Hazelnut Spread Porter will be our first ever bottle release! Starting this January, the beer will be available at local craft beer bottle shops and on draft at a select few bars across the state for a limited time. Release parties happening all across the state:
We’ve always believed that our purpose was greater than just offering brewery tours. Back in 2011 when we first started our journey we had one goal in mind; become ingrained in fabric of our local beer community. The news broke on Tuesday that we’re moving into the current space of Florida Ave Brewing in Seminole Heights. This transition has been in the works for months and we’re excited to share with you our plans for both companies.
My first ever growler was given to me by my father for the holidays when I turned 21. Needless to say I didn’t really know how to care for it back then. The beer growler dates back to pre-prohibition times which means countless people like me have probably tried to bring back their nasty, smelly growlers to local establishments for over 70 years. Here are a few simple tips to help you keep your growler in good condition.
It’s happened to everyone whether you noticed or not. Unfortunately, dirty glassware at bars is a common occurrence. Dirty glassware can effect the flavors of your beer and often times you can’t even tell a glass is dirty or contaminated just by looking at it. There are a few tell-tale signs of a dirty glass that you should be on the lookout for.