A guide for your next Florida Road Trip for Beer
A long road has been traversed that involved thousands of miles, dozens of beers and visits to every brewery in Florida from Key West to Pensacola for conversations with brewers, owners and managers.
My book has been written, and I hope you pick up a copy for the next time – or first time – you take a Road Trip for Beer to Florida.
The final chapters of “Florida Breweries,” one of the Stackpole Books Breweries Series, have been sent to my editor.
Scheduled for release on April 1, 2014, (no fooling!), the travel guide includes chapters on 66 breweries and brewpubs, along with a lot of what I hope are interesting tidbits about Florida’s beer history, culture and community.
I don’t expect to get rich from this venture, but it was a blast to “research” and to write. There are some great stories out there, and I feel honored to be able to tell some of them. The book is now available on Amazon for pre-ordering – at a discount – if you want to be one of the first to get a copy.
Any breweries, bars, book stores, food trucks, shoe shops or convenience stores who would like to pre-order in bulk for resale can contact Sarah Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the release date gets nearer, I would be glad to schedule book signings. If you’re interested, please contact me directly at email@example.com.
Others in the Breweries Series.
New York Breweries: 2nd Edition
California Breweries North
Pennsylvania Breweries: 4th Edition
New Jersey Breweries
Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Breweries
Fifth annual Madison Craft Beer Week coming May 1-10, 2015
Ten-day, two-weekend long festival highlights craft beer culture in Dane County
MADISON, Wisconsin – Madison Craft Beer Week (MCBW) will celebrate its fifth anniversary this May 1-10. Festival organizers are hard at work planning for the five-year milestone.
More than 80 different Greater Madison area restaurants, pubs and breweries will host more than 350 events as part of this year’s MCBW. Craft beer lovers will have the opportunity to choose from a multitude of events ranging from pub crawls and bike tours to meet the brewer events, beer education classes and beer cook-offs. A wide variety of events have been planned to attract beer lovers of all types, from novice to connoisseur.
“We are so excited to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Madison Craft Beer Week,” said Jeff Glazer, cofounder of Madison Craft Beer Week. “Each year we have worked hard to grow this festival into becoming Wisconsin’s largest craft beer week. No matter your level of interest in craft beer, we can offer something for everyone. The craft beer culture here is extraordinary, and we want the spread the word,” added Glazer.
Since its inception in 2010, Madison Craft Beer Week has promoted Madison’s thriving craft beer culture by sponsoring a 10-day (two weekend) festival that highlights Wisconsin’s regional brewing heritage and serves as a showcase for the Madison area’s breweries, restaurants, pubs, caterers, retailers, entertainers, and other businesses with ties to the craft beer community.
Watch the events pour in at www.madbeerweek.com.