Tampa Bay Beer Week kicked off last weekend for its 5th year in a row, and as with years past the festivities began with the annual Brewers Ball taking place in Tampa's Waterworks Park. 'The Best Florida Beer Championship is an AHA and BJCP sanctioned professional beer, mead, and cider competition sponsored by Best Florida Beer. This is the most prestigious professional beer competition in the state of Florida. Through this competition we ai
The Beer Festival, a pivotal event for any craft beer enthusiast. This is the chance to try a few beers present in your community without having to break the bank, network with local brewers and homebrewers, chat with like-minded beer-lovers and to try the occasional (and sometimes unusual) rarity that may not be readily available. And trust us, we know a thing or two then it comes to these types of events. So whether it is a Big Ho
Tampa Bay Beer Week is back! And we're celebrating 5 years of delicious craft beer in Tampa Bay. The fun officially kicks off on Saturday, March 4th with an array of craft beer related events and continues for eight straight days and nights bringing pure joy to those who love beer, food, and a just grand old time. Check out our list of TBBW sponsored events below and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram all wee
In his book, The Brewmaster's Table, Brooklyn Brewery Brewmaster Garrett Oliver gives the notion that breakfast beers are not a faux pas in other parts of the world like they are here in the States. Oliver lauds the pairing of wheat beers with light dishes and the power of beer to stand up to the savory strength of breakfast staples any time of day. Luckily for most beer-loving Americans, there is no substitute for their beloved bacon, eggs and
As the festivities for Fat Tuesday begin to herald in another year of Mardi Gras indulgence, calls of “Laissez les bons temps rouler!” or "Let the Good Times Roll" echo through the sunny state of Florida. What is the real meaning behind Mardi Gras, though? Where did it come from and why do we celebrate? “Mardi Gras” means Fat Tuesday in French. And while the first images that come to mind may be those of parades, beads, and dancing i
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