A bright and airy brewery with a nautical-themed tasting room. There are a decent number of seats inside and out with the taps running the gamut of styles from a berliner weisse to a whiskey porter. They have growler specials on mondays, and other specials throughout the week. Nice place, nice people, and nice atmosphere, but really far from Tampa.
Historic building near the older section of Pensacola. 8 seat bar and a few tables, as well as a front sidewalk patio. Friendly service, 15 beers on tap, flights available @ 4 for $5.50. Beers are good, not great. Nice place if you are in the area.
Nice little place with some tables on the patio and more rooms inside. They do flights so you can do some tasting. Unfortunately the beers in below average. They do some decent pale ales and kölsch, but the darker beers were horrible. Still worth a visit though!
Nice spot in the historic section of Pensacola. They had about 15 beers on tap. Luckily they did flights so I was able to try all of the ones that interested me, but unfortunately the beers were just average. But the nice atmosphere and friendly service made up for that and it was an enjoyable stop.
Cute place and, given the quality of its beer, strangely popular. Positioned in a convenient and good spot just adjacent to downtown Pensacola. As previously alluded to, the quality of the beer is substandard. Particularly when compared to other Gulfcoast breweries like Oyster City Brewing in Apalachicola and Fairhope Brewing in Fairhope, Alabama. That hasn’t seemed to stop their beers from appearing in all stores and several restaurants in Pensacola.
A cozy little tasting room that also has a nice patio. Bartender was really nice and accommodating. Just their beers, but enough to keep you drinking. Well priced and they do a big taster platter. Nice place that I would definitely recommend.
This is in on Zaragoza St at the end of the historic Pensacola village. It’s a nice brick building on the corner and within spitting distance of the gulf. Inside is a small tasting room with some glass doors that allow you to see the smallish brewery in the back. They had 14 different beers on tap which I was a bit surprised by. They have the regular styles like pale ale, porter, and amber but they also had an imperial stout, a raspberry Berliner, and a whiskey barrel porter, a double IPA, and for some reason an Oktoberfest beer (I think a lot of the breweries do a maibock for mardi gras, so maybe this is like that?). They do flights of 8 but the server was nice enough to do a second flight of the remaining 6. Most of the beers were OK, but nothing special. Also, the taster glasses were almost all chipped and in some cases sharp enough to cut your lip on. $16.73 (I think) for 14 different samples. Can’t beat that.
Between the friendly atmosphere, the beautiful area, and the shear number of ticks I’d come back if in the area. That said it isn’t the greatest beer around so if you don’t care about trying new beers then this may not be the place for you.
I have always enjoyed my times going to P’cola Bay Brewery. The atmosphere is nice and also in a great location. There beer selection is pretty good and they always seem to have an amazing seasonals every time of the year. Recommended if you pass by the area.
Cool brewery in the historic district of pensacola and a short walk from the water. Bartender was extremely nice and helpful. Brewery staff was also nice and stopped to chat for a while. Plenty to choose from and the day we stopped in we got to try 15 house beers. They also had a few ciders on tap for people who may not like craft beer. House beers were pretty good with a few standouts and the pricing was very afforadable. Overall a good place to stop in for beers.