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Named for the era where tycoons like the Two Henrys came into tremendous wealth…and most others suffered in dreadful poverty. We brew this traditional light lager like it first was in the Pilsen region of Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) in the 1840′s, an area to which both Flagler and Plant can trace their family roots …ok, it’s a stretch.
The beer boasts a clear, golden color. Smooth and crisp with a slightly prominent spicy hop aroma and flavor. We think this is the beer most like what the Henrys would’ve enjoyed at the turn of the century Florida… You know, before air conditioning.
An impromptu band of cowboys, ranchers, and general hooligans from around the U.S. came to Tampa in 1898 on their way to the Spanish–American War. Nicknamed “Rough Riders”, they stayed and trained at Plant’s Tampa Bay Hotel and later took Plant’s steam ships to Cuba in a search for self-glorification… Or as the history books tell it, they selflessly assisted the Cuban rebels in their victory over the Spanish.
The beer has a medium amber color with a balanced malt flavor and hint of honey. A strong presence of Cascade hops gives it a floral aroma and moderate hop flavor.
In 1905, Flagler embarked on what many called impossible and his biggest folly, a ridiculously difficult to build railroad line from Miami to Key West. After 7 years, millions of dollars, many terrible hurricanes, and the deaths of dozens of unsuspecting laborers, Flagler prevailed. The overseas railroad became known as the 8th Wonder of the World and many remnants still stand in the Florida Keys. This courageous beer celebrates Flagler’s tenacity and shear pigheadedness in completing his goal of bringing trains to Key West.
We brew this IPA with six different hops giving a complex, robust herbal and citric hop flavor. Medium bodied with a reddish amber color.
The oil industry was one of the fastest growing industries in the late 1800′s and it paved the way for us to travel the globe by burning the liquefied remains of dead organisms for decades to come. Flagler helped lead one of the most successful oil companies of that era and made his fortune that would fund his later Florida investments. See, oil isn’t all bad.
This beer is dark, obviously, and has a mild roasted malt flavor sweetened with a touch of chocolate. Full bodied but lightly hopped.
Runaway Locomotive is special brew named in honor of one of Florida’s darkest natural disaster’s, a CAT 5 hurricane in 1935 that marked the end of trains travelling to and from Key West.
This beer is dark and strong in malt and hop flavor. It is medium bodied and smooth.
This beer is a piece of the owner’s personal history. It’s namesake is a 240 lb. Bull Mastiff named “Fletcher” that is owned and loved by our very own Alicia Keel. This American Wheat Ale has as much personality as Fletcher does!
Like Fletcher, this beer is blonde. It has a light malt and wheat flavor accented with a touch of citrus. Light bodied and lightly hopped.
Named lovingly after our two favorite Snowbirds, Henry Plant & Henry Flager. Without their seasonal trips to Florida, we never would have had the expansion of tourism and trade that was experienced due to their ingenuity.
The beer is amber colored and has a strong but smooth malt flavor accented with just a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg. Medium bodied and lightly hopped.
Late winter is Orange season in Florida and although orange trees are not as common as they used to be we still love smelling those orange blossoms. This pale ale boasts honey and lightly roasted malts with Cascade hops. We then run the beer over fresh orange zest and orange pulp to extract that Florida Fresh orange flavor and aroma.
The beer has a medium amber color with a balanced malt flavor and an orange zest. A strong presence of Cascade hops gives it a floral aroma and moderate hop flavor.