Floridafest will be available for a limited time in the Social Hall, restaurants, bars and select stores starting this Month

I got a bottle of Central Waters 16 Anniversary Edition, a barrel aged imperial stout, in a trade not too long ago. It's part of their Cellar Series.The arrangement that I have with my trade partner is that he gets me some local Wisconsin beers in exchange for some Florida beers.

Ryzi Pivo Z Hor - Czech for "Pure Beer From The Mountains"

There was a newcomer to the Florida market at the Sprung Spring Beer Fest - Holba® Classic.

The folks at Guinness put together some festive Guinness-St. Patrick’s Day drink recipes created by mixologist Anthony Malone and Guinness food recipes from Executive Chef of the Highlands Restaurant Group, Matthew Hardner.

Pincho Factory has partnered with Wynwood Brewing Company to create a collaborative brew that commemorates the four year anniversary of Pincho Factory’s first store, which CEO Nedal Ahmad admits to opening with only six dollars and twenty seven cents left in the bank.

Recently Guinness came out with their Blonde American Lager and now, just in time for the holiday season, the world’s most distinctive brewer is bringing a new level of elegance and artistry to the beer category. Guinness & Co. – brewers of the iconic stout – introduces its newest innovation, Guinness® The 1759TM, a limited edition amber ale brewed to be sipped responsibly with satisfaction, savored as part of fine dining and gifted with appreciation by beer connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

Our Twitter friend Lance Davis was drinking a Two Henrys Brewing Roasted Blueberry Jalapeno Porter and offered to do a guest post about it. I've never tried it and figured most of you haven't either. He's what Lance thought of it....

Recently I asked outloud if anyone was interested in doing a guest post (offer still stands btw) and Chris at FloridabeerBlog gave it a seconds thought and quickly volunteered. He offered to write about three beers from one of my most favorite places to hang out, Funky Buddha Brewing in Oakland Park. How could I say no, right?  Anyways, here's what Chris had to say...

I was invited to a recent event for the launch of Guinness’ new Blonde American Lager but unfortunately I was out of town and was unable to attend. Fortunately a few unlabeled bottles showed up at my front door a few days after the event so that I could still get a chance to try it.

Our friend Shelah, from Om Brew Yoga, came back with another guest review! You might recognize from her yoga classes at a few of our local breweries.  Here's what she thought of Weyerbacher's Imperial Pumpkin Ale....

I am one of those crazy people that really doesn’t like the pumpkin hype that occurs each and every fall. I don’t do Starbucks Pumpkin Lattes. I don’t run out and get my fill of pumpkin spice donuts and I certainly don’t hoard a plethora of pumpkin flavored beer. I do however, look forward to Weyerbacher’s Imperial Pumpkin Ale coming out each year.

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