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Beer Available At Due South Brewing Co. (arranged by most recent)
Due South Raspberry Blonde , Due South Mariana Trench Imperial Stout 64, Due South Florida Blonde 27, Due South Honey Vanilla Wheat 48, Due South Category 3 IPA 78, Due South Cafe Ole Espresso Porter 76, Due South Blue on Black Blueberry Porter , Due South Category 5 IPA 90, Due South Imperial Caramel Cream Ale , Due South One Night in Ybor , Due South UXO American Strong Ale , Due South Roasted Cocoa Stout 37, Due South Mexican Standoff , Due South Palm Ridge Barrel Aged Mariana Trench ,
Cigar City Invasion Pale Ale 97, Due South Toasted Nut and Cinnamon Cafe Ole Espresso Porter , Due South One Across the Bow English IPA , Due South Bridgeport Scotch Ale , Due South Bodacious Belgian Blonde , Due South Southbound Brown
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50belair (79) Florida | May 15, 2013
70 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 14/20
An industrial complex brewery with a tasting room and brewery bar. The perfect place to sample Due Southís ales..
MartinT (521) Montreal, Quebec | March 11, 2013
66 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 14/20
Large taplist for an industrial taproom. Strange atmosphere sitting there, right in the brewery, but itís pleasant anyway. The two IPAs I had were good, but not homeruns yet. This is a new brewery, so it will be fun to follow their evolution. There were lots of different beers on tap already, including a few guests.
glennmastrange (55) hobe sound, Florida | January 22, 2013| Updated June 6, 2013
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
This is actually a very fun place, although very busy and understaffed on a Saturday. The beers are pretty good, they rotate often and they have a few surprises aging in casks, and bottle conditioning. Judging by the crowd theyíll be around for a long while. Oh yeah! after youíre done spilling a few down your neck you can go marble shopping in the parking lot. But hey, people, get rid of those damn I-pads youíre using as credit card readers, theyíre slowing down an already slow operation. Update June 4 2013: I-pads appear to be gone and bartenders are much more engaged. Tom is one of the many knowledgeable and friendly people behind the bar
msante79 (341) Mount Prospect, Illinois | September 3, 2012
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 13/20
Large building in back of small industrial complex that is right off the expressway. Food truck outside selling food when I visited which was nice as they do not serve food at the brewery. Decent sized bar with a air conditioned room tucked back in the corner of the brewery. 5 regulars and their Category 3 IPA on tap when I was there and all of their offering were solid to above average. Sell of all of there beers 32oz or full gallon size growlers which is pretty cool. Service was good and there was a TV with the game on and some people playing bags on the other side of the brewery. Building is huge so they have a lot of room to grow. Should be interesting to see how this place grows. Nice to see a true brewery and tap room in this area.
Keyes88 (3) New Jersey | August 12, 2012
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 19/20
GPS won't lead you to the exact location, it's just down the street. Great classic brewery feel in a nice large open space. All beers are well priced and full of flavor. They gave food trucks on location on Fridays and takeout menus on a board to get deliveries. They also have cornhole set up to play. Great place to relax with some friends!
hopscotch (207) Vero Beach , Florida | May 31, 2012| Updated February 11, 2014
80 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20
Update: There is now an air-conditoned tasting room that seats 12+ people. Also, as long as Category 4 IPA is flowing, I canít give the "selection" any score below a 12. Tasty, bitter stuff!
Right now, the tasting room is just an open-air, bare-bones bar next to a huge cold storage unit on the east end of a 15,000 square foot warehouse. A modest-sized brewing area lies smack dab in the middle of all that space. Reminds me of Cigar Cityís meager beginnings. Lots of unused space. Well, Mikeís a class act and Iím hopeful that one day 15,000 square feet doesnít cut it anymore. Iím not certain of how many taps there are at the moment, but when I dropped by, there were about five Due South beers available. There are stools at the bar, several card tables and chairs scattered about the place and a little palm tree in a big bucket looking lonely and misplaced indoors amongst all the tables and chairs. Still a nice gesture. Cool and quaint. Service was fast and friendly and there was a large flat-screen television in the bar area. There is now an air-conditioned tasting room, but I havenít been inside it yet. I sampled everything and then purchased three growlers to go. Before I had the chance to scoot, Mike took the time to come out of hiding to shake my hand and welcome me to the place. The brewery is about 100 yards from the nearest exit on I-95, so the place is conveniently located and thereís plenty of room for parking. I enjoyed my short visit and my numeric rating of the place will surely increase as the place is tightened up and the selection of available beers has expanded. Good luck and best wishes for much success go out from me to Mike and his wife in their new venture!
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