Was able to get here before closing time on Sunday. Very nice spacious area with outdoor seating. When I first came to Tampa this was a homebrew/winemaking store, which they still have half of the building sectioned off for. I was really impressed with the variety and styles they served. Everything that I tried was spot on and as a dubbel ticker it they hit that style right on the numbers for me. Well worth the time or grab a growler to go.
Remember the place when it was still fully focused on selling homebrewing equipment. Really nice setup inside with half dedicated to supplies and a nice bar selection with a bit over 20 beers, one mead, soda and a rootbeer.
Plenty of styles, growlers to go, flights available. The beers were convincing for the most part while others had a big grain base that tends to become a bit too overpowering even for IPAs. Others had a thin-watery body like the Hefe.
Really nice outside area which I can image to be super nice when it is not 105 outside. Super plus for not having a TV. Friendly and professional staff.
Darkly lit main warehouse building that is half bar and half homebrew supplies. Nearly 20 beers on tap, many decent to good, and they make single hop experimental beers which are always interesting to try. The large patio and garden behind the building is what makes the experience... for me it was a comfortable April evening with a slight breeze, good conversation, and clean hoppy beers.
Visited during RBWG 2015 before the Grand Tasting. Entrance is in the back. Nice brewery, half tasting room and half homebrew shop. Friendly enough service. Pretty sizable house beer selection, enjoyed the imperial stout variants. Flights of 4 available at fair prices. Mobile food vendor outside. Worth checking out.
Large place, confusing entrance - go around back. Large homebrew store with a hefty size tasting bar, flights of four available for $9, with almost 20 beers total, wide ranging. Large outdoor space with games and places to hang and chill. Mobile pizza oven in a tent when we visited. Beers are interesting. Service is OK. Worth a stop.
Good beer, nice laid back atmosphere, nice bar, good service, ok price. All told, not sure it’s worth going out of your way to try, but if it’s convenient it’s well worth a stop. No food here, not sure why it’s listed as a brewpub.
Yeah, Tampa beer scene is getting crazy when I hadn’t even heard of this place and they have a number of solid brews with a fun setup. It’s a big home brew shop with a decent sized bar and scattered table tops. A group of us tried each of their offerings. All of them were in the solid to good range. They also had a couple coolers of craft bottles for to-go purchase. We didn’t talk much with the bartenders (it was busy) and there were a number that were on the board, but out. Overall a nice laid back atmosphere and good fun.