Orlando, FL – Orlando Brewing will present its 2nd Annual Holiday Art Market from 6-10PM on December 9th, 2017. The event will feature the re-release of the highly requested Senator Imperial Stout, a new taproom art show with Moey Hewitt, live entertainment, Authentic Empanadas, and artisan vendors. With the donation of an approved item or $5 to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, patrons will receive a wristband that entitles them to ‘hoppy hour’ beers for any of the organic microbrewery’s 30+ house drafts.
The Senator Imperial Stout was first released in 2014 as a tribute to what was the oldest cypress tree on the planet. In 2012, as a result of a careless action, the 3500-year-old tree in Longwood Florida was burned to the ground. Our commemorative beer will be poured via a tap handle hand carved from the tree’s cypress wood. The Senator Stout was brewed with 1,100 pounds of malt and oats toasted in house and the Senator Imperial Stout will deliver dark, roasty, robust flavor.
The 2nd Annual Holiday Art Market is a dog and family-friendly event. We will have a free brewery tour at 6PM and live music from 6-10PM.
Orlando Brewing’s taproom is an oasis for locals & visiting beer lovers. Just two turns off the Kaley exit on I4, we are nestled in Orlando’s industrial district. We carry 25 of our own organic beers on draft, alongside cider, wine & craft soda. We do have snacks if you need more than liquid bread to sustain you, but we do not have a kitchen as brewing is our business. We have menus from area restaurants that deliver to Orlando Brewing and patrons are always welcome to bring in their own food.
Know what else you can bring? Your kids and your dog! We have free, local, original music every Friday and Saturday night. We also have darts, board games, life-sized Jenga and friendly knowledgeable bartenders to keep you entertained.
Free Brewery Tours:
Monday – Saturday @ 6PM
Friday & Saturday 9PM-12AM
2nd Sunday 4PM-7PM
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