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Florida Brewers Guild, Barrel-Aged Sour and Cider Fest

Barrel-Aged, Sour, and Cider Festival: A Celebration of the Biggest, Wildest Beers Brewed in the Sunshine State

While barrel-aging has established itself as a tried and true way for brewers to experiment in the brewery, sour beers are really having a moment right now. In recent years, many breweries across the state have expanded to include sour programs, which is no small feat considering the need to invest in isolated systems that guard against cross-contamination. But the people are demanding the funky stuff, and Florida brewers are delivering! For the second year in a row, Jacksonville will play host to the Florida Brewers Guild Barrel-Aged, Sour, and Cider Festival, a celebration of the biggest, wildest beers brewed …

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Intuition Ale Works Brewery, Downtown Jacksonville, Hopped Up, Ben Davis, Jacksonville Sports Complex District

Hopped Up: Inside the new Intuition Ale Works

“I’m excited just to blast ‘Duval!’ at the visiting team tailgaters across the street.” As mentioned last month, Intuition’s new 12,000 square foot brewery and taproom is now open. Despite running what now has to be Jacksonville’s most buzzworthy brewery, I was able to steal a few minutes from Founder, , and Taproom Manager, Riley Leuthold, to talk about their first couple weeks in the new location. Hopped Up: So now that you’ve been open just over a week and a half, how has the public reception been? Are people digging the new spot? Riley Leuthold: It’s been great! The …

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creature comforts reclaimed rye, hopped up, eu jacksonville, jack diablo, #hoppedup

Sip on This: Beers You Should Be Drinking in September

Like all the best things in life, great beer is an ephemeral thing. Sure there are bottles worth aging (though fewer actually improve with age than you might think), but most are best fresh and in their season. These days it’s less about the availability of ingredients or limitations stemming from the weather – technology has enabled us to overcome those primitive constraints – and more about tradition and emotion. We drink seasonal beers because they root us in the moment, capturing the flavors, aromas and the essence of the season. So, here are some beers. Some of them are …

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Introducing Hopped Up: A new column celebrating craft beer in Florida and beyond

BY JACK TWACHTMAN A.K.A. JACK DIABLO Y’all didn’t think I was gone forever, did you? , I’m done writing about music. But I’m not done writing. From here on out, in Jacksonville right here in EU Magazine. Why, you ask? Let’s face it, craft beer is booming, and it’s here to stay. The $22.3B industry has more than doubled its share of the market since 2011 and continues to grow at double digit rates according to the Brewers Association’s latest report. If you thought it was just a fad, think again. Craft beer isn’t only booming, it’s changing at a …

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Kitchen on San Marco, Jacksonville, FL

Kitchen on San Marco Adds New Bit of Culinary Flair to the Jacksonville Scene

has gathered some of the finest in small farm suppliers, curating the choicest meat and produce in the Southern U.S. Many of the Kitchen’s farms are outside the 100 mile radius that most locavores use to define local, but they’re still ecologically friendly because they’re supporting the small farms. Chef has stuck to the Southeast, mainly in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and the Carolinas, so any food you’re eating has likely travelled fewer miles (and thus wasted less fossil fuel) than a restaurant that uses a big box retailer for everything. Not all of Kitchen’s suppliers are outside the radius. Locally, …

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october, 2021

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