Apalachicola Beer Guide: Your Apalachicola guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Apalachicola

80 /100 75 COMMERCE ST
“Visited here in mid-July '18 on a Saturday evening, good lively crowd. Classic bar set up, lots of brass and wood. Have about 16 on tap, plenty from their neighbors Oyster City (as mentioned, same owners) and a few other regionals thrown in for good measure. Somewhat limited menu, but the dozen oysters for an appetizer and the catch of the day of Mahi-Mahi hit the spot. Great place to wind up the evening after visiting Oyster City across the street.“
PorterPounder 1443 days ago
76 /100 17 AVENUE D
“Visited here in mid-July '18 on a Saturday afternoon/early evening, Warning - CASH ONLY - come prepared. Small tap room located in the quaint little fishing town of Apalachicola. Have about a dozen seats in side around the brewing equipment and some tables/benches outside. Have about a dozen on tap, all of their regulars that you see around the state plus a few others thrown in for good measure. Service is friendly and hard working (No AC - in the town that the AC was invented!) . Beer is solid, plenty of local flavor, if you are in this far flung place, you should stop by!“
PorterPounder 1443 days ago
88 /100
Honey Hole Liquors (Beer Store)
252 WATER STREET
“Great little place on the gulf coast. No better selection for miles and miles. Owner is a great guy.“
daknole 2559 days ago
60 /100 17 AVENUE D
“Small brewery in the tiny oyster town of Apalachicola. I had the sampler, beers are just ok. Locals seem to enjoy it.“
daknole 2559 days ago
76 /100 17 AVENUE D
“Visited on my birthday, June 4th, 2015. Small place with lots of tanks and brewing equipment out and viewable. Our bartender was friendly and mildly knowledgeable on what was on tap. They had 8 of their own beers on tap this day. We were there during happy hour and pints were $3 or $4 depending on the beer, which was awesome. I can’t say it’s the best place ever, but whenever I’m in the area, I’m definitely stopping back in. If you’re in the area or visiting St. George Island, stop in!“
drowland 2575 days ago
58 /100 17 AVENUE D
“On the corner of Avenue D and Commerce of the cute oyster farming village of Apalachicola. A small area inside for seating. The majority of the space is devoted to brewing. Service is pleasant. They offer flights--five for $10. They have four on tap as of 10/30/14 and one guest tap.“
DocJitsu 2797 days ago
82 /100 75 COMMERCE ST
“Great location. Owned by the same people that own the Oyster City Brewery. Great food because they also own the Owl Café. 16 taps. Good range including many locals.“
LuckyDog 2830 days ago
74 /100
Honey Hole Liquors (Beer Store)
252 WATER STREET
“Definitely has the best beer selection from Port St. Joe to East Point as far as I’ve been able to tell. Friendly service and appreciative of your business. Right next door to Bowery Station, which is a fun beer and wine bar with live entertainment. Prices are average. No jacked up price tags just because they are in a tourist town.“
DocJitsu 2963 days ago
72 /100 252 WATER STREET, SUITE B
“Located on Water Street (side street next to the Honey Hole) in quaint Apalachicola. This place has personality and unique character. The layout indoors is nice and, while I hate it when people use this term, it’s best described as good feng shui. Old brick building charm and unique seating and bar. A place that invites the unpretentious and those with an affinity for rustic, antiquated architecture and decor. Friendly, neighborly, accommodating, and genuinely pleasant service in spite of operating in a town whose tourism far outdoes it’s primary industry of oyster farming. The patio is an alley way between to building. It’s littered with nostalgic paraphernalia from the first half of last century. Much of it with nautical origins. Beers are limited, but with a varied selection with respect to style and brewery. All draft beers are micro. Some micro bottles too. But, your standard domestics are available too. There’s a small stage inside that is used for live music.“
DocJitsu 2966 days ago
62 /100
Honey Hole Liquors (Beer Store)
252 WATER STREET
“Very nice liquor store that has a small, but good, craft beer selection. Decent prices for the area and a nice staff.“
Gustav1996 4436 days ago
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