Dania Beach's 3 Sons Brewing Co. will preview its soon-to-come taproom party this Sunday, February 24, according to the brewery's announcement on social media February 20.
Dubbed the Lumberjack Leftovers Pop-Up, the party will serve pizza along with beer from several breweries from noon to 8 p.m.
The brewery is known for a variety of beers, including its bourbon-barrel-aged imperial vanilla coffee stout, Summation, although many of them won't be ready for Sunday's opening, according to 3 Sons. One of the beers, Ocean Park Pilsner, will be available February 24.
"We’re dying to open our doors but must practice patience, as the beer in our fermenters
The brewery will also serve beer from out-of-town breweries including Bottle Logic and
3 Sons founder and brewer Corey Artanis moved to South Florida from Buffalo, New York, with the intention of becoming a firefighter, but it didn't work out.
His career trajectory changed when he homebrewed a pumpkin spice latte beer that caught the attention of the local craft beer community. So he decided to open his own brewery.
3 Sons, named for the founder's three children, became a local sensation, winning people's choice awards for
New Times has reached out to 3 Sons for additional information, including a complete beer list. We will update the post when we receive more information.
Correction: The brewery's taproom is not yet open to the public. It was only open for a preview party on February 24. New Times will keep readers posted as to the brewery's official opening date.
3 Sons Brewing Co. 236 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 104, Dania Beach; 954-601-3833; 3sonsbrewing.com.
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