Frankly, we don’t often put Palm Beach and beer in the same sentence. But we’re feeling racy today.
The Land Over The Bridge is home to a number of nationally known and up-and-coming craft breweries. Discover the Palm Beaches makes it easy to tip a few pints with its “Discover Brew Pass.” Buy the pass this month, and you can have a beer at each of the five participating breweries. The bios:
Due South Brewing Co.: A distributing craft beer brewery in Boynton Beach, Due South has an onsite taproom that opens at noon (every day but Monday). Favorites like Caramel Cream Ale are always on tap, but guests might happen upon Due South specialty beers and pilot brews, as well as guest taps from other Florida breweries.
Barrel of Monks: Purveyor of “serious beers… for those who don’t take themselves too seriously,” Barrel of Monks brews Belgian-inspired ales in Boca Raton. The Monks make their beers with European malts and hops with recipes designed to as true to the Belgians as possible, while adding their own twist. The tasting room is open from Tuesday through Saturday.
Twisted Trunk Brewing: Opened in 2015, Twisted Trunk is located in Palm Beach Gardens. The 25-barrel brewhouse churns out their flagship beers, including Lucky Langer Lager German Pilsner, well as a long list of rotating specialties. The taproom features a bar created from 100-year-old elm wood, lounge areas, and views into the brewery.
Accomplice Brewery & Ciderworks: South Florida’s first cider-maker, with all the cider made on-site and 11 flavors on tap every day. The taproom, on North Florida Mango Road in West Palm Beach, has a laid-back atmosphere and welcomes both kids and pets.
Tequesta Brewing Co.: Winner of a Silver Medal at the 2011 Great American Beer Festival, Tequesta Brewing Company is an organically certified brewer, with over 40 different specialty beers a year. A longtime local hangout, TBC is growing in reputation as a must-do brewery for visitors looking for uniquely flavored beers.