What a great place to visit. You couldn’t want anything more from a hometown brewpub. Get the beers fresh and enjoy some good talks with the staff. The food is amazing, try the fish tacos and you will not be disapointed.
Florida’s oldest craft brewery. I have been enjoying Dunedin Brewery’s beers for many years and I usually compare all other local breweries to this longtime favorite. I think the recent explosion of craft beers in Tampa and competition/cooperation among local brewers has made Dunedin Brewery even better. Still my favorite.
Rustyham (106) St. Petersburg, Florida | August 6, 2012| Updated October 1, 2012
Definitely the absolute best beers I’ve experienced in the area, so that’s why my Overall score is at 20. Every single beer I had from them shocked me, so well executed, mix, and with perfect body. Especially the Bier de Cafe. One thing that took me by surprise was how they do growlers- when they brew a beer, the prefill growlers and put them in a cooler for sale. If you buy one, then you can trade in your old growler for a discount. So they don’t actually fill your growler. Strange, and probably means they only accept their own (I didn’t ask). The taproom is great- raggae themed bar/restaurant, lots of weird crap on the walls, beer- related, and open mic night and live music. there is also a back deck for patron’s who like to bring their pets. Great place, and a MUST visit.
tish (12) In transition at the moment, Indiana | February 10, 2007
Visited for "Stogies and Stouts" event; met Degarth and IBrew2or3. Friendly staff as well. Neat place with character in the quaint town of Dunedin. It’s the first time I’ve seen a beer tap for a restroom sink, which was a nice touch. The 3 piece band for the night was entertaining, almost a Tom Waitts smokey sound and men in skirts (kilts) playing a bagpipe outside as a bonus, which were friendly too. I’d like to revisit sometime for more brews and try the food. The kitchen was closed due to light appetizers for the special event.