Boynton Beach’s brewing hub, Due South Brewing Company, will hit a milestone this weekend: three years in operation. The warehouse/brewhouse setup has been a favorite destination ever since the tanks were installed, riding a wave of craft beer popularity that has finally crashed in Palm Beach County. Known for their easily quaffable brews—Caramel Cream is a personal favorite; Due South has seen incredible growth over the past three years, going from local player to a regional powerhouse. The brewery not only supplies restaurants and watering holes from St. Augustine to Key West with suds for taps, but also canning their brews and shipping them to stores far and wide—a quick browse of their “Beer Finder” section on the brewery’s website is pretty impressive.
To celebrate three years of great brews, Due South is throwing a party, and we are all invited. On Saturday, May 16, the brewery will open its doors from 12-8 p.m., tapping “dozens” of beers for thirsty patrons. As always, the six core beers will be on tap, as well as a bevvy of specialty beers, special treatment brews (flavor infused deliciousness), and limited run barrel aged beers to mark the occasion. And since this is looking to be quite the session at the indoor patio setup, a number of food trucks will be making the rounds, serving something for everyone—from pig roast to donuts, and just about everything in between.
- A 21-and-up kind of part, admission is free and open to the public. For more information, visit duesouthbrewing.com.