The Brews at St Pete Brewing Company
The list of available brews and descriptions:
St. Pete Orange Wheat ABV 4.7%
St Pete Orange Wheat is a wonderful anytime American style wheat beer with a crisp hint of orange and coriander. Whether you are out on the boat, on the beach, or mowing the lawn, it is your go to beer for quenching your thirst. This is the first brew produced for the public, by Tom and Michele.
Our orange wheat is brewed with sweet orange peels, and coriander seeds that provide that crisp, fresh aroma and taste.
Currently available in 1/6 kegs and bottles.
Pinellas Pale Ale ABV 5.6%
The name Pinellas originated from Spanish words Punta Pinal “point of pines.” Pantilo de Narvaez discovered Pinellas in 1528 while searching for gold and silver. We struck gold with our Pinellas Pale Ale.
The Pinellas Pale Ale is robust full bodied pale ale with distinctive hop character
Currently available in 1/6 kegs.
Milo’s IPA ABV 7% IBU 85
Milo’s IPA was created by Jon in celebration of his dog Milo. Milo was not your average dog; he didn’t swim, play catch, or do anything that a dog is supposed to do. He did enjoy the good things in life, naps, food, and licking tiny puddles of Jon’s IPA when they “accidentally” hit the ground.
Milo’s IPA is a medium body west coast IPA with 6 hop additions of Northern Brewer and Chinook.
Grateful Stout ABV 5.5%
Our Grateful Stout was named after our brewer Jon’s love for the Grateful Dead. He spent many years following the Dead around the country, and sampling great beer. We sure are “grateful” for the city of St Pete allowing microbreweries in this great city.
Grateful Stout is a dry stout with coffee-like character.
Banyan Blonde Ale ABV 5%
Our Banyan Blonde Ale was named after the beautiful Banyan trees that grow locally in St. Pete. Thomas Alva Edison planted the 1st Banyan trees in Ft Myers in 1925, which has grown to the 3rd largest in the world. Banyan trees are extremely unique, growing downward from branches with swinging aerial roots which eventually create new trunks.
Our Blonde is light bodied ale fermented at a lower temperature with a light hop aroma.
Evacuation Route ESB ABV 5.3%
Evacuation Route ESB is an English style ale that is a malty and bitter beer, but very balanced. Typically a session beer this one comes in at 5.3%
“Here Comes Sunshine” Summer Ale ABV 4.5%
Refreshing, crisp lemon wheat beer made with lemon peels and fresh lemon juice. A good choice for the hot Florida days. Named after one of brewer Jon’s favorite Dead songs. (The summer ale will only be sold at the brewery.)
Goliath Grouper Imperial Stout ABV 8%
This beer comes in at 8%, it has a roasty aroma and flavor, with a hint of chocolate. It is a smooth, drinkable beer. Big beer, big fish!
3 Toed Paw Belgian Pale ABV 5.6%
Belgian style pale ale with French Saison yeast, has a good balance of spice and hops. Nice crisp finish and ABV of 5.6%. The name is a tribute to the memory of Jon’s golden retriever who lived to almost 16 years old, he had a 3 toed paw.
Drop Dead “Gourd”eous Pumpkin Ale
This fall seasonal beer is a nice brown ale made with organic pumpkin and cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.Currently, kegs and bottles will be offered by JJ Taylor Distributors to bars and restaurants.
544 1st Avenue North
Saint Petersburg, Florida
Monday - Thursday: 1 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Friday: 12 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.