San Francisco's 21st Amendment Brewery Comes to South Florida

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South Florida will soon see an influx of beers from San Francisco's 21st Amendment Brewery.

Founded in 2000, 21st Amendment Brewery has since become a popular brewpub in the heart of San Fran, building a community of beer lovers most recently attuned to its release of Hell or High Watermelon, an American wheat beer brewed with real watermelon.

The brewery's beers are being distributed between Jupiter and Key West by Reyes Beverage-owned Gold Coast Beverage, which also handles local 26 Degree Brewing Co., Biscayne Bay Brewing Co., Bangin' Banjo Brewing Co., and many other local and national brands.

The lineup that's scheduled to be available is:

In short, look for 21st Amendment beers to start showing up at beer stores, bars, and restaurants that have good beer programs starting on Monday, April 18. 

Doug Fairall is a craft-beer blogger who focuses on Florida beers. He is a Certified Beer Server and has been a homebrewer since 2009. For beer things in your Twitter feed, follow him @DougFairall and find the latest beer pics on Clean Plate's Instagram.

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