Did you hear about the new Taproom that opened at Grayton Beer Company? Located in Santa Rosa Beach, Grayton Beer Company just opened their new taproom on November 21st to the public. The completed taproom has a 40 foot bar that was made out of recycled wood pallets, plus 25 taps to try Grayton’s unique brews. Here is a look at what you can enjoy when visiting the new Taproom at Grayton.
The 25 taps inside the new taproom is going to offer up unique brews from the beer company itself. They’ll also feature specialty small-batch beers. In addition to offering 25 of their beers, they are going to have guest taps for other craft beers and for collaboration beers. The collaboration beers will be those that Grayton worked with other local craft breweries.
Why Did They Open the Taproom?
Grayton says that opening the taproom in their brewery was always part of their plan. They want the public to get a firsthand look at how the beer is made, who is making them and having a chance to sample the beer. It’s great to get the community up close and meeting the people brewing the beer they are enjoying.
The demand for Grayton’s beer has increased so much that the plans for the taproom were put on hold for some time. Opening the taproom finally has been a long time coming. Customers can check it out at 217 Serenoa Road in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
The taproom is the newest upgrade to the 30-barrel brewhouse. It’s a 30,000 square foot brewery that is featuring equipment from Allied Beverage Tank, a state-of-the-art lab run by a Harvard Ph.D. and a
Markyl 125 bottles-per-minute bottling line.
Taproom hours are going to vary until 2015 while it’s brand new. Check out their website or social media websites for updates on the taproom hours.