My wife and I drove across the state to visit her brother in Boynton Beach. After eating dinner, he suggested we visit a local brewery that he'd heard about. It was a little tricky to find, but well worth it once we did.
The brewery is located in the back part of a warehouse in an industrial park. There was a food truck parked in front of the door and, while we didn't take advantage of it, it appeared that it had a nice selection of menu choices. Once inside, if you were looking for fancy bar with all the bells and whistles, this isn't it! If you were looking for a great place with a lot of character to hang out with friends, then you've found it.
The active portion of the brewery (where the beer is made) takes up half the warehouse. The other half is composed of a bar, a number of tables, and a couple of bean bag toss games (I've seen pool tables, shuffleboard tables, and foosball tables in bars before, but this was a first for me!). There was a decent crowd at the bar, with a good mix of people, ranging from the well-dressed to shorts and T shirts (we were part of the latter group).
When we were there, they had 9 different beers to choose from. I personally sampled the Caramel Cream Ale and the Cigar City Invasion (one of the two "guest" beers not brewed on site). The rest of our group tried the Florida Blonde, the Category 3 IPA, and the Tequesta Brewing Der Chancellor (the other "guest" beer). I can honestly say that, with the exception of my brother-in-law's wife (who isn't much of a beer drinker), we all enjoyed our selections.
If this brewery wasn't located 3 hours from our home, we would be regular visitors; as is, it's a place that we'll look forward to visiting on our next trip to Boynton Beach.
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