Collaborations are a key feature of Tampa Bay Beer Week — a chance for breweries to celebrate a strong beer community and combine talents to produce a wide range of interesting one-offs commemorating the occasion. St. Pete Beach’s Mastry’s Brewing Co. (7701 Blind Pass Road) and Tampa’s 81Bay Brew Co. (4465 W Gandy Blvd., #600) have crafted what might be the ultimate local collaboration, released during Beer Week and available through the next month at both breweries’ tasting rooms.
I’m a beer guy, and we just enjoyed another Tampa Bay Beer Week. Who could ask for more? But I have to admit that I was ready for a palate cleanser. How about wine? I don’t make it out to wine bars often, but when I do, it usually ends with "why don’t we do this more often?" Sips Wine Bar in Safety Harbor seemed like a good option. It features a full menu of more than 30 wines from around the world, with another 40 wines available on tap, self-serve style. I’m a sucker for the self-serve format.
For Tampa Bay Beer Week, St. Petersburg’s Right Around the Corner is doing one better than hosting a few special beer releases: It’s debuting its own new line of house brews, featuring a new beer for each day of Beer Week: eight beers in eight days. While many of these releases are in such limited quantity that they’ll be gone by the time you read this (RIP, Roasty Roasty Coconut Coffee porter), the brewery’s flagship, Ms. Pacman blonde ale, will be on tap the full week and beyond.
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