Visited at opening on a Saturday. Quiet, with a few locals at the bar and an attentive bartender. Tap room sits adjacent to the brewery and tanks. Plenty of couches and tables, and numerous seats at the bar. Tried some great beers, had some great conversation, and spoke to Fran, one of the brewers, about some questions. I will be back for more; this place is a great addition to the Florida brew scene!
Located at the small strip mall next to Corner Cafe and Brewery (which is not a brewery) at the end of mall, so easy to miss. Taproom with about 10 of their beers. I had 4 of them, 2 very good and 2 below average. Service was ok. The worth of visit if you travel US-1.
Went here a few weeks ago. This place was pretty fun. It’s small, but cozy. Very club feeling inside - but it’s not a club. Neon lights, low lighting. Blue blue blue. Service was fantastic. Beer ranged from alright to pretty good. Will visit again when I’m in town/
A tiny tap room in a strip mall, not to be confused with the brewery and cafe next door. Long bar and some basic seating. Service was very nice and pleasant, who was happy to talk beer. Decent amount of beer on tap with a good sampler letting you try most. No food, but you can bring in your own. Prices are pretty good and the beer, although not spectacular is pretty solid and clean, the brewer knows his stuff. A good stop if you can swing it.
"Drink like a local," says it all about TBC. Incredibly knowledgable and friendly staff with an atmosphere that is cool and comfortable. Extremely creative brewers that are always coming up with great seasonal twists - if you’re in town during the holiday season must try Tequestivus. Otherwise, their Big Hitters are always a great bet.
I heard about this place from a trading partner @heatwave33. I was in Orlando for a wedding and drove down to do an in person trade. Met him and his wife and their youngest at TBC. What a fantastic recommendation! This place is super cool looking. The brewery is open to the bar with a little half wall between, which allows you to see everything very clearly. Awesome set up. The sink faucet is a tap handle, which is a great touch. The bartender was very friendly and knowledgable before Steve and his wife showed up, and then once she saw that I was there with him, she became even more gracious. The part owner was very friendly as well. I was able to try everything they had on tap, and all were very good, some were great. A full flight (eight 6oz pours) and two pints and the tab was only like $12. I enjoyed this place quite a bit. Definitely need to thank @heatwave33 for the suggestion.
Been following their beer since discovering them at the Jupiter Beerfest a couple years ago when they were "Corners Cafe and Brewery". They put out a solid product and it has only gotten better over the years. The new brewery is AMAZING on many levels, one of which is from an engineering standpoint (my background). How the hell they pack a brewery into that space is beyond me. The staff is awesome, they are friendly and attentive. They have a cool growler filling contraption that they call by name which unfortunately escapes me right now. The walls are adorn with pictures of brewers and family which I found created a feeling of connection to the place. All in all I give this jewel a 94. I would have liked to see a few more styles of beer to choose from. Drop in for a beer, you will NOT be disappointed.