Honor Veterans and Help Feed South Florida, at 26° Brewing’s Veterans Weekend

While countless men and women make unimaginable sacrifices to serve this country, it’s important we do our part to help at home.

In honor of veterans everywhere, give a toast and support a worthy cause at 26° Brewing this Veterans Weekend — November 11th, 12th, and the 13th.

feeding-south-florida-official-logoWe’re partnering with Feeding South Florida to collect food for those in need this holiday season. Just bring in two canned goods and purchase a 26° craft beer and you’ll get a 26° pint glass, absolutely free.

Who: Anyone wanting to honor veterans and feed those in need

What: Veterans Weekend celebration and canned food drive

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

When: Veterans Weekend – Friday, November 11th, Saturday, November 12th, Sunday, November 13th


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Celebrate One Year of Craft Beer, First Anniversary Party

One Year of Craft Bear

It’s been an exciting year of brewing craft beer, and we’re thankful to everyone that’s been a part of it. 

To celebrate our first year anniversary, everyone’s invited to the One Year of Craft Beer Anniversary Party on Saturday, September 24th at the 26° Brewery taproom in Pompano Beach.  

RSVP for the PARTY!

Who: 26° Brewing, food trucks from Tucker Duke’s, E & J Barbecue, and Rolling Chefs, and our beer brewing brethren, including:

  • Accomplice
  • Bangin’ Banjo
  • Barrel of Monks
  • Civil Society
  • Copperpoint
  • Devour
  • Due South
  • Holy Mackerel
  • Lauderale
  • Odd Breed
  • Saltwater
  • TBC
  • Twisted Trunk

What: The One Year Of Craft Beer Anniversary Party, featuring two limited bottle releases, eight special tap releases, live music, food trucks, and craft beers from some of florida’s most popular breweries.

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

When: Saturday, September 24th from 12pm – 7pm – Taproom Open ‘til 1am

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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.

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.



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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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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