Dunedin Brewery and 7venth Sun Brewery (Spring Break 2015, Part 2)

Continuing the beer travelogue of my recent Spring Break trip to Florida…

After a long morning relaxing on Clearwater Beach, we trekked over to Dunedin Brewery for beer and pub grub.

I built my four-beer flight from the long list of seasonal brews, since I’ve had all the year-round house beers on several past visits (20132011).

Dunedin Brewery Chalkboard

My flight included:

  • Exostenture (6.2%), a Belgian Golden Ale
  • American Classic IPA (7.0%), exactly as advertised
  • Staggering Solstice Wit (7.0%), a refreshing wit brewed with orange zest, ginger, and chamomile
  • Batch 1000 Imperial Brown (11.5%), a strong, rich Brown Ale

Dunedin Brewery flight

After my flight, I ordered a half-pint of Mix Tape #5 (12.3%), a strong stout with notes of black cherry and graham cracker:

Dunedin Brewery Mix Tape 5

I love Dunedin Brewery for the food as much as the amazing beer. The Fried Cheese Curds are the best!

7venth Sun Brewery is less than a mile from Dunedin Brewery, and I couldn’t pass up the chance to swing by for one more pint before calling it a day.

7venth Sun Brewery front

After perusing the large beer chalkboard in the small tasting room…

7venth Sun Chalkboard

…I sampled the Graffiti Orange Creamsicle Wheat (5.9%) then had a pint of the Intergalactic Pale Ale (5.4%), a session IPA brewed with Galaxy hops.

7venth Sun brew

After the beach, two breweries, and seven amazing local craft brews, I was settling into my Spring Break vacation.

Visited on April 6, 2015.

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