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A great place to stop for a beer or 2 on a hot day in Florida. Have a flight of a few of their beers. You can only get their beer in Apalachicola so it is a treat to stop in especially if you are...More
Tried some of this beer at a local restaurant and decided to visit the brewery on our day trip to Apalachicola. Small place, but room to sit inside and out. No A/C (open air). Many beers to try (flights available). My fave was the Dirty...More
Normally I am not much of a drinker but it was in the 90's with humidity pushing 100% and we were hot and thirty. Then appeared in our wanderings the Oyster City Brewing Company so how about a pint. Man that was refreshing and while...More
I probably shouldn't have bothered, I'm not much for craft beers. But there's a lot of hype surrounding Oyster City, and I had a sunburn, so why not?
I did buy the glass, because I like this type. And I like oysters.
What a find, was walking around town and spotted this brilliant brewery tap. My Husband loves Amber ale, and Proprietor said he had just the Ale. Choice excellent. This is a must visit, and appears to be where people meet on a Sunday afternoon, and...More
This is a great small brewery in downtown Apalachicola with a very good selection of craft beers. The Apalach IPA will satisfy the hop craving in you while the aye aye PA puts you over the top! Along with the many hop-forward selections a few...More
The answer to this question is "kind of". They do not bottle or can their beer, but it is not exclusively available at the brewery. I was able to find their blonde at two places in my recent visit to Port St. Joe and two... More
The answer to this question is "kind of". They do not bottle or can their beer, but it is not exclusively available at the brewery. I was able to find their blonde at two places in my recent visit to Port St. Joe and two of their beers (the blonde and First Light of Day) at Scallop Cove in Cape San Blas for a growler fill. So, you can definitely find it elsewhere, but you will probably need to be pretty close to Apalachicola and have a growler ready if you desire more than one glass.