Stop number two on my Brewery Tour takes us to the oldest microbrewery in Florida, Dunedin Brewery. I have been here a couple of times and I seriously love it. Located just outside of Downtown Dunedin (937 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698) it’s the perfect spot to grab a delicious beer and some crazy delicious food.When you walk inside, it’s pretty small but really inviting. They have plenty of seating both inside and out and the decor is pretty cool. They also have a stage for bands and singers to perform on. The groups we have seen there have been awesome and they have bands for everyone’s taste in music.Let’s talk about the food. It’s so good. I haven’t had anything I didn’t like. I always get the cheese curds. They are my favorite and the best cheese curds I’ve had. It’s to the point that I want to drive there just to eat them lol. I also got their pretzel bites which are also yummy.My friend that went with me recently ordered their fish tacos and said they were the best she’s ever had. I believe her.
Here is a look at their menu:And onto the beer!
I love their beer, I’ve tried most of them and haven’t disliked a single one. On my most recent visit they just brewed a Raspberry Wheat beer and it automatically became my favorite.I’ve also enjoyed their Apricot Peach beer and their Local Honey.
Here is a list of their current beers on tap!
Apricot Peach – Fruit Wheat Beer – 6.2% ABV
Flashlight Lager – American Pilsner – 5.3% ABV
American Classic IPA – American IPA – 7.0% ABV
Pipers Pale – American Pale Ale – 6.0% ABV
Red Head Red – American Amber – 5.6% ABV
Beach Tale Brown – American Brown Ale – 5.8% ABV
Gisteren (pronounced “hester-en”) – Session Ale collaboration with De Struise, Blackadder, Reformation – 5.5% ABV
Local Honey – Strong Ale brewed with Raw Florida honey – 8.3% ABV
Vienna Lager – 5.8% ABV
St. Jambrinus – Abbey Dubbel – 6.5% ABV
Mainline – Imperial Porter – 8.0% ABV
Biere de Cafe – Made with Chocolate and locally roasted Joffrey’s French Roast – 5.8% ABV
Cask Ale – Rotating – ask for ABV%
I highly recommend checking out this brewery if you are in the area. Or just be like me and drive 2 hours to get there, whichever you prefer.