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Wish You Were Beer—Pensacola’s First Meadery

Wish You Were Beer—Pensacola’s First Meadery

Before Swan Neck Meadery & Winery set up shop on Nine Mile Road the closest place to get handcrafted mead in Florida was Jacksonville. Since opening in July, the meadery sells all natural, [...]

Wish You Were Beer—Mad About Solar

Wish You Were Beer—Mad About Solar

David Beddick, co-owner of A Little Madness Brewing Company, and his wife, majority owner Dayna Beddick, value local ingredients and sustainable practices when it comes to their brews. They are [...]

Wish You Were Beer—Smart People Drink Local Beer

Wish You Were Beer—Smart People Drink Local Beer

The Redneck Riviera Brewing Project (RRBP), which is a collaboration with Goat Lips Chew and Brew House on Copter Road, has been going strong for three years now. Operating as a true brewpub, the [...]

Wish You Were Beer—A Family Affair

Wish You Were Beer—A Family Affair

If you've ever paid a visit to Rollins Distillery or tasted any of their spirits around town, you might know that Rollins is the first legal distillery in the Florida Panhandle. Patrick Rollins [...]

Wish You Were Beer—Another Round?

Wish You Were Beer—Another Round?

If Emerald Coast Beer Festival leaves you craving more beer in a festival setting, these regional events are worth adding to your fall calendar. Florida Tap Invitational Sept. 29-30, [...]

Follow The Leaders

Follow The Leaders

Local Social Media Influencers You Should Be Following By Joani Delezen, Stephanie Sharp and Sammi Sontag It's hard to be unique on social media. It's even harder when you're a blogger who's [...]

Which Side Are You On?

Which Side Are You On?

The debate around Pensacola's Confederate statue heats up By C.S. Satterwhite One of William Faulkner's most quoted lines still speaks to us today: "The past is never dead. It's not even past." [...]

Straight Outta Options

Straight Outta Options

County Can’t Dodge Jail Costs Any Longer By Rick Outzen Inweekly became involved in criminal justice and the Escambia County Jail in 2005 when the late Leroy Boyd of Movement for Change told us [...]

What’s The Game Plan?

What’s The Game Plan?

Playing to Win the New Orleans Pelicans By Duwayne Escobedo The New Orleans Pelicans lack a minor league basketball team. It joins the Washington Wizards, Portland Trailblazers and Denver Nuggets [...]

The Pet Issue

The Pet Issue

By Joani Delezen, Jennifer Lee, Shelby Nalepa & Sammi Sontag Summer means two things around the Inweekly office—Best of the Coast voting and pet issue planning. While both of those things [...]

Inweekly’s Ultimate End of Summer To Do List

Inweekly’s Ultimate End of Summer To Do List

Love it or hate it, we’re officially in full on summer mode here on the Gulf Coast. To help you survive the homestretch of the sweltering season, we’ve put together all of our current [...]

We All Scream!

We All Scream!

For National Ice Cream Day —Sunday, July 16— By Joani Delezen & Sammi Sontag —The Reagan Scoop— In case you're wondering if National Ice Cream Day is just another made up holiday [...]

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