Please do not attempt to actually do that. It will ruin the finery of tasting the beer. Instead, consider hitting up these four booths that I’ve selected:
Barcode Meadery. This brewery takes #supportlocal and #consciousentrepreneurship to a new level! They integrate local honey, fruits, and spices into their brews according to their website. Their bottles look environmentally friendly, and their logo is super cute and techy!
Veza Sur. This has been a Tropicult favorite since they opened. Have you tried their Cafe Con Flan? It’s a mini coffee porter topped with flan foam. If they are serving it Saturday I may just camp out in front of this booth the entire time. #notkidding #hellagood.
3 Daughters Brewing. No this is not a brewery started by three sisters who broke into what is typically a male-dominated industry. The founders named the brand because while they were preparing to open they kept asking themselves the question: how many beers do we have to sell to put 3 daughters through college? People rave about their ciders on Yelp, so hopefully, they will bring some of them with them from St. Petes.
J. Wakefield. Ok, this one has a head brewer that is a female! But more importantly, they have a near perfect star rating on Facebook! If they have their Teacher IPA or their El Jefe on tap for the festival make sure to try them. Both are crowd favorites on Yelp.
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