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.”
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.”
As 26° Brewing has grown from a home brewer to a full scale beer production with taproom and distribution, we sometimes have to pinch ourselves at seeing our beers commercially available at restaurants and bars we consider staples in the dining and social communities.
Seeing our IPA1A and Captain Ron as permanent offerings on the legendary Park Tavern‘s menu is beyond dream-like!
As a Broward native it is so amazing and humbling to be now providing something we love so much (CRAFT BEER) to an establishment we grew up with. Who remembers when Revolution was the Chili Pepper or even the old school Edge?