Voted Best Local Brewery on the Space Coat, Intracoastal Brewing Company is brewing one-of-a-kind craft beers, rewarding everyone’s taste buds.
Located in the heart of the Eau Galle Arts District, Intracoastal Brewing Company is known for having the most outstanding beers on the Space Coast.
Since opening in 2013, Intracoastal Brewing Company is many local’s favorite place to go to enjoy a pint of beer and have a good time with friends or the amusing staff.
Are you in the mood to just relax and enjoy a few beers? No worries! Take a delicious craft beer to one of the many picnic tables and cover it with your Sharpie masterpiece.
There is every beer you could ever wish for at Intracoastal Brewing Company and many can’t seem to just pick one, which is why they offer flights.
The locals never get bored at Intracoastal Brewing Company because the staff is constantly changing the beers they have on tap.
Recently tapped is the Pretty Fly for a Wit Guy Belgian Wit.
This Belgian wit is brewed with coriander, chamomile and fresh orange peel for a fresh, crisp and refreshing summer taste.
One of Intracoastal’s favorite brews is their Peanut Butter Jelly Time brown ale.
This beer will take you right back to your childhood. One sip and your taste buds will be fooled they are eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
This brown ale tastes and smells exactly like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich because it is brewed with real peanuts and strawberries. Yum!
For all those stout lovers, Intracoastal offers a unique Blonde Stout. That’s right, a blonde stout!
It smells like a stout, with cocoa and coffee notes, and it takes like a stout, with a full-bodied and a roasty taste. This uniquely crafted beer is everything you want in a stout, without the color.
Not only does Intracoastal Brewing Company have phenomenal beers but they also have events and weekly specials.
Intracoastal Brewing Company is a small microbrewery that is focused on bringing an ever-rotating cycle of exceptional and quality beers to Brevard County.
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By Alyssa Brady, Staff Writer