3 Daughters Brewing
Dubbed an "adult playground," St. Petersburg's largest brewery offers their renowned flagships and seasonal beers next to a huge warehouse, filled with tons of games and a stage for live music and events.
222 22nd St. S, St. Petersburg
In the year since its opening, Arkane Aleworks has come to be known as a "sour lover's haven." Their chalkboard menu is updated constantly with punny names (Passion of the Weisse), experimental goses and other styles.
2480 East Bay Drive, No. 23, Largo
Barley Mow Brewing Co.
A wide variety of flavors and styles can be found at this Largo brewery and beer garden. The brewery has constantly rotating taps and is known for the juicy, citrusy punch of the distinctly named Quackalope IPA.
518 West Bay Drive, Largo
Big Storm Brewing Co.
Big Storm's new Clearwater operation continues to grow in the year since its opening. The large tasting room offers more taps for their award-winning beers, craft cider and wine on nitro. One of the newest features is a permanent, gourmet food truck. The Clearwater taproom will start serving brunch on Aug. 27; grab tickets online.
12707 49th St. N, Clearwater
Brewers' Tasting Room
St. Pete's first microbrewery sports a collection of beers created by local, hand-picked brewmasters. The tap list is known to have rare kegs from across Tampa Bay.
11270 Fourth St. N, Suite 202, St. Petersburg
Cage Brewing was built from the small brews that originated at R Bar on Treasure Island. The St. Pete version has more of R Bar's delicious beer with free-play arcade games, cornhole and a large lawn that's perfect for dogs and games.
2001 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg
One of the most beloved breweries by craft beer die-hards, Cycle Brewing pours an expertly crafted collection of bicycle-themed brews. The modest taproom in St. Pete serves the Cycle flagship beers. Be patient: the lines often wrap around the block.
534 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
Flying Boat Brewing Co.
Popping up right by the Woodlawn Park neighborhood in St. Pete, Flying Boat Brewing aims to build strong community around their beers. The place was named after Tony Jannus and the first commercial flight, which took off from St. Pete. You can enjoy your beer and know you're doing some good, too: Part of every beer sold at Flying Boat benefits Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
1776 11th Ave. N, St. Petersburg
Green Bench Brewing
St. Pete's EDGE District brewery offers a big, roomy yard area with space for live music, film screenings, cornhole and large yoga classes. In addition to their standard beers, Green Bench also offers bottles of cider and mead.
1133 Baum Ave. N, St. Petersburg
Mad Beach Craft Brewing Co.
This Madeira Beach brewery offers flavorful beers in a tasting room filled with pool and air hockey tables. If you get hungry, they offer pub fare that's a beachy fusion of Caribbean and Southern cuisines.
12945 Village Blvd., Madeira Beach
Mastry's Brewing Co.
St. Pete Beach's first brewery, Mastry's has an open and airy feel, perfect for enjoying a beer after a day at the beach. They offer light hefeweizens and blonde ales in their tasting room, along with a wide variety of darker styles.
7701 Blind Pass Road, St. Pete Beach
Pair O’ Dice Brewing Co.
This gambling-themed brewery is known for its Lucky Lucy Strawberry Blonde, brewed with strawberries from Plant City; and the Hop Bet Red IPA. They offer a variety of events almost every night of the week, like the Hops and Tabletops board game series every Wednesday.
4400 118th Ave. N, No. 208, Clearwater
Pinellas Ale Works
Part of the dense and walkable collection of breweries in St. Pete's Grand Central District, the aptly named P.A.W, offers doggy-themed beers, "yappy hours" and unique takes on traditional styles.
1962 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg
Rapp Brewing Co.
Known for their award-winning Gose and Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout, Rapp Brewing in Seminole offers flights of up to nine choices from the 40 beers they have on tapp. Aim to see how much of a beer gradient you can complete with their vast selection.
10930 Endeavour Way, Seminole
St. Pete Brewing Co.
Milo's IPA and the St. Pete Orange Wheat are the two flagships at this downtown St. Pete taproom. Enjoy some nostalgia with old board games, or take a spin in Mario Kart on the Nintendo 64. The brewery also offers pizzas and other treats, like big soft pretzels.
544 First Ave. N, St. Petersburg
The sister site of Urban Brew and BBQ, this restaurant comes stacked with new takes on barbecue favorites, shuffleboard courts and a rotating selection of eight of their own beers on tap, including Bohemian pilsners, IPAs and stouts.
2601 Central Ave., St. Petersburg