Just in time for watching all the playoff excitement in the privacy of your own home, Funky Buddha beer has announced their beer is available at select Publix locations throughout South Florida.
According to Funky Buddha's John Linn, the Funky Buddha team pitched their craft beers to Publix headquarters in Lakeland, Florida where they received a warm reception and an "OK" to be placed on their approved vendor list.
Linn said Funky Buddha, "targeted 25 Publix stores that sell a lot of craft beers". Publix will sell the Oakland Park brewery's Hop Gun IPA ($10.99) and Floridian Hefeweizen ($9.99) in six packs, with, hopefully, a larger assortment available in the coming months.
Here's a list of stores currently carrying Funky Buddha. If you don't see your favorite Publix on the list, Linn says to ask for it. "Any Publix store that wants to order it, can. Just let your Publix store manager know you'd like to buy it."
Publix #1454 (1700 Sheridan St., Hollywood)
Publix #1094 (1415 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale)
Publix #1345 (1181 S. University Dr., Plantation)
Publix #850 (601 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale)
Publix #820 (9329 Sheridan St., Cooper City)
Publix #70 (3400 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale)
Publix #549 (1400 Coral Ridge Dr., Coral Springs)
Publix #1393 (2511 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach)
Publix #1079 (4567 Weston Rd., Weston)
Publix #750 (1002 E. Commercial Blvd., Oakland Park)
Publix #678 (5950 Coral Ridge Dr., Coral Springs)
Publix #1361 (7050 Palmetto Park Rd. Boca Raton)
Publix #179 (11566 N. US1, Palm Beach Gardens)
Publix #848 (375 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach)
Publix #1405 (501 SE 18 Ave., Boynton Beach)
Publix #228 (6330 Indiantown Rd., Jupiter)
Publix #756 (5500 N. Military Trail, Jupiter)
Miami-Dade and The Keys
Pubix #1397 (1776 Biscayne Blvd., Miami)
Publix #658 (9105 S. Dadeland Blvd, Miami)
Publix 3581 (134 SW 13 St., Miami)
Publix #1209 (1100 6 St., Miami Beach)
Publix #1382 (6876 Collins Ave., Miami Beach)
Publix #376 101499 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo)
Publix #500 (3316 N. Roosevelt Ave., Key West)
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