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Tour Cigar City Brewing in Tampa From the Comfort of Your Local Total Wine

American Craft Beer Week will be in full swing this Wednesday, when the folks at Total Wine & More and Cigar City Brewing team up to present the most tech-filled beer event of the week.

For $15, enjoy a large sampling of the core beers brewed by CCB (Hotter Than Helles, Florida Cracker White, Maduro Brown, Jai Alai IPA, and Invasion Pale Ale) as well as Are Wheat There Yet? and Rollin' Dirty from the onsite-brewed Tampa Bay Brew Bus, and special "limited beer" that will be revealed at the event.

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In addition, participate in a video tour of the Cigar City Brewery facilities while you enjoy your beers, and join in on a live broadcast with brewmaster Wayne Wambles.

This is a registration-only event, so make sure you sign up if you're interested: Space is limited. Check out the list of participating stores below, and click on any one to register.

  • Boynton Beach
  • Kendall
  • North Miami
  • Palm Beach Gardens
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Pinecrest
  • Plantation
  • Stuart
  • Wellington

If you've never had a Cigar City beer before, and being in Florida we hope you have, this is the perfect opportunity to get schooled in the highly rated brewery's portfolio. And what better way to get into the spirit of American Craft Beer Week than indulging with one of the breweries that put Florida on the craft beer map?

Doug Fairall is a craft beer blogger who focuses on Florida beers and has been a homebrewer since 2010. For beer things in your Twitter feed, follow him @DougFairall and find the latest beer pics on Instagram.

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