Turtle Nesting Awareness Kickoff 2017

Celebrate sea turtles and learn how you can help them at the 26° Brewing Turtle Nesting Awareness Kick Off Party

On the first Saturday of March, join us for the Turtle Nesting Awareness Kick Off party in the 26° taproom. Enjoy some pints of Pompano’s finest brews while learning how you can help protect newborn sea turtles as they make their way to the ocean for the first time.

This will be a fun event for every family member, including those of the four-legged variety. While the kids can play games and learn about sea turtles, parents can toast to Pompano Beach’s local aquatic treasures with the unofficial beer of sea turtles everywhere — Ziko’s Rage.

A strong and complex imperial stout, Ziko’s Rage is named after the fierce and courageous Ziko the loggerhead sea turtle. When The Loggerhead Marinelife Center found Ziko, he had a steal hooked lodged in his mouth that required extensive medical treatment to remove. Though Ziko was mistrusting of humans and had a tendency to bight, he had an endearing character that connected with those that nursed him to health and eventually set him free back into the ocean.

So come in and enjoy good beer for a good cause at the Turtle Nesting Awareness Kick Off 2017 party.

Who: Craft Beer Loving Conservationist, Ale Swigging Environmentalist, and Pint Pouring Marine Life Preservationist

What: Turtle Nesting Awareness Kick Off Party

Where: 26° Brewing Co., 2600 E Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33062

When: March 4, 2017, Starting at 2PM

26° Brewing and Flanigan’s Create Signature Craft Beer for Restaurant Locations

Pompano Beach brewery and taproom, 26° Brewing, and regional restaurant chain, Flanigan’s Seafood Bar and Grill, have partnered to create a signature craft beer exclusively for Flanigan’s restaurants.

Flanigan’s is a staple in South Florida, with roots dating back to 1959. Since then, the chain has expanded regionally to include locations from Miami to Stuart. Flanigan’s Pompano Beach location neighbors 26° Brewing, which has led to this pairing of one of South Florida’s most historic restaurants and one of Broward County’s newest craft breweries.

Co-founder of 26° Brewing, Greg Lieberman, describes the beer as “made with premium pilsner malt, a touch of wheat and unmistakable noble hops, this easy-drinking light beer compliments any meal.”

26 Brewing - Joe's Pale Ale

26 Brewing – Joe’s Pale Ale

The signature craft beer, brewed by 26° Brewing, has been named “Joe’s Pale Ale,” after Flanigan’s founder, Joe Flanigan. Co-founder of 26° Brewing, Greg Lieberman, describes the beer as “made with premium pilsner malt, a touch of wheat and unmistakable noble hops, this easy-drinking light beer compliments any meal.”

To celebrate the release of “Joe’s Pale Ale,” there will be an invitation-only party on Tuesday, December 13th, at 26° Brewing in Pompano Beach.

Starting December 14th, “Joe’s Pale Ale” will be sold exclusively at Flanigan’s locations for $1.79 per pint and $9.99 per pitcher.

According to Julian Diaz, Flanigan’s Supervisor of Restaurant Operations, “Joe’s Pale Ale will be sold in (Flanigan’s) liquor stores in the near future, as well as growlers in certain locations.”

In South Florida, a great pumpkin-beer takeover

Pumpkin-beer season is here and the seasonal releases are starting to pour in.  Read this excerpt from SouthFlorida.com as it quotes 26°’s own, Greg Lieberman.

…In September, breweries such as 26 Degree in Pompano Beach, Devour in Boynton Beach and J. Wakefield in Wynwood will follow Bangin’ Banjo by staging release parties in their taprooms. Drinkers can already buy cans of Due South Brewing’s Isle of MaGourdo, a spicy pumpkin amber ale, in stores….

Brewmaster Greg Lieberman decided to lampoon pumpkin-beer season at his 26 Degree Brewing Company.

Not Another F’n Pumpkin Porter, …will debut in the taproom on Labor Day.

It will be served in a snifter rimmed with cinnamon sugar.

Lieberman is only brewing a small batch of Not Another F’n — about 500 gallons — which is just enough to satisfy the brewery’s thirsty pumpkin heads. But raw pumpkin can cause problems for brewing systems, he says.

“From a brewer’s side, nobody likes working with pumpkin, because pumpkin gets so gummy in the tank,” says Lieberman, who doesn’t “really migrate to pumpkin beer.” “It’s tough to work with and tough to clean. And you don’t want to make too much of it because demand plummets by November.”…

To read the complete story by Phillip Valys visit SouthFlorida.com today.

26° Brewing Hosts 5-course Beer Pairing Dinner

26 Degree Brewing Co. has been growing by leaps and bounds over the past couple of months. It opened in September and soon began local distribution through Gold Coast Beverage.

Now it’ll be adding culinary adventurers to that list.

On Wednesday, March 23, the Pompano Beach brewery will host a five-course beer-paired dinner in its taproom.

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Distribution Is Underway

26° Brewing is proud to announce that distribution is now underway.

Use the map below to find your 26° Brewing favorites, located all across South Florida.

Be sure to look for Captain Ron Hefeweizen and soon, IPA1A, Tri-County Common Lager, and Ziko’s Rage Imperial Stout.

What?  Your favorite watering hole doesn’t have the tasty Captain Ron?  Let you bartender know they can get it through Gold Coast Distributing.

26° BREWING CO. OPENS FRIDAY; MEET THE BREWERS IN THIS VIDEO TOUR

Video

Five years ago, 26° Brewing Co. cofounder Greg Lieberman began making beer as a hobby. Today, the self-taught brewer is making more than 900 gallons per batch at his Pompano Beach brewery, set to open later this week.

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26 DEGREE BREWING CO. OPENING SOON IN POMPANO BEACH

Brew Crew

“Brewing beer was always a hobby,” says Greg Lieberman at his Pompano Beach-based brewery. “I never thought that one day I would actually open a brewery.”

Like many people in the growing South Florida craft brewing industry, 36-year-old Lieberman decided to follow his dreams. Unlike most people, he left a solid job he loved to pursue his passion project. The former civil engineer says that he enjoyed his chosen line of work, but the desire to brew beer was stronger.

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