Have you started your journey along the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail? Here are a few things you might not have known about the St. Lucie stops along the trail.
(Hutchinson) Island State of Mind
Islamorada Beer Company was established in Fort Pierce in 2016 as a sister store to the famous Islamorada location in the Florida Keys. Islamorada boasts a variety of beach themed brews from Sandbar Sunday to No Tanlines.
Sunrise in the City
Sailfish Brewery located in the center of Downtown Fort Pierce (known as the Sunrise City for it’s spectacular sunrises) is a local hotspot. Sailfish hosts dozens of events each month from Trivia Night to street festivals with live bands. Try the Sunrise City or the popular White Marlin when you stop by!
Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery began in 2009 when owner, Gary Roberts put his skills of landscaping and surfing together. Today, Summer Crush puts on hundreds of unique events and festivals a year. Stop in for a tasting and try the Pink Flamango & the Marlin Monroe.
History Brews On
In the early 1900’s after the Prohibition became law, many bars remained open for business in unmarked buildings. Many of these secret bars only had a side entrance to remain hidden, thus became the inspiration for Side Door Brewing. Come have a tasty brew in a cozy atmosphere and try the Coffee Porter or Berry Tart Ale.
Hop on over to Hop Life Brewing Company, founded by Jim Kelly & Rob Tearle, veteran firefighters who takes pride in creating the perfect hand-crafted beer.
Pierced Ciderworks is one our most unique stops on the Wine & Ale Trail with live music, weekly events, and delicious ciders. All signature ales are made on property & creatively imagined!
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