Brews & the Beach: 7 Breweries to Visit Near Palm Beach Gardens

In Palm Beach Garden, it’s always beer o’clock somewhere. The area has spawned an array of craft beer microbreweries known for offering their take on tastes and flavors crowds will love. While some breweries have a more sophisticated interior, others use recycled goods to make guests feel welcome over a perfectly tempered pint.  These are the 7 best breweries to visit when you’re in Palm Beach Gardens.


Twisted Trunk Brewery

 This popular hotspot is known for their IPA’s and flights served in 4.  They offer various individual tastings upon request and though food isn’t served in house, it is available to order from the restaurant next door.  Twisted Trunk alternates their tap options depending on the season and always has a guest beer available as well.


Civil Society Brewing

 In need of an ice-cold brew with a side of German brats and cheese curds? You’ve come to the right place. Civil Society offers enough beers to fill an entire chalkboard wall, specializing in IPA’s and DIPA’s. Customer’s highly recommend the homemade Fresh beer, as a light refreshing option that looks similar to orange juice!


Accomplice Brewery and Ciderworks

 Housed in a facility flanked by a porch crafted from recycled pallets, this brewery and cider house offer a variety of unique cider flavors and local beers to suit everyone’s taste buds.  Guests love the laid-back vibe of the place, with board games available to play.  Accomplice co-owner Matt is also sommelier, so he keeps wine on the menu as well if cider or beer don’t suit your fancy.


Tequesta Brewing Co.

 With a dark steam-punk interior, and solid beer hits all around, Tequesta is a great choice for certified beer nerds. Menu standouts include the trademark Der Chancellor Kolsch, Gnarley Barley American Pale Ale and Welcome to the Darkside Black Lager.  A food menu is available, but guests call a number to order and its delivered right to Tequesta.


Copperpoint Brewing Co.

Copperpoint knows warm.  The cabin-like interiors, that make guests feel far from south Florida, set the tone for a diverse menu of IPA’s known for their hoppy flavor.  For those who don’t enjoy the flavor of hops, the region-specific Key Lime beer and Amber Lager top the list.  For beer aficionados and Palm Beach Gardens visitors alike who want to get off of the beaten path, Copperpoint is a hit.


NOBO Brewing Company

 If you love a clean minimalist interior, flanked with photo-ready lighting and standout beers, NOBO is the place. Just opened in 2015, this brewery has a host of menu favorites. Beer lovers recommend the Coffee Pot Porter, Old School Hefeweizen, Honey Blonde Ale, Blackstrap Imperial Stout and Basil IPA.  A food truck can be found parked outside some nights to get your grub on.


Due South Brewing

 Looking for freshly brewed beer over a game of corn hole? Due South is the place to be.  One of the few breweries that doesn’t offer flights, the established has small tastings at $2.50 a glass, followed by the larger $8 pints. Due South hosts corn hole tournaments throughout the year that can be played while enjoying house knockouts like Honey Vanilla Wheat, Imperial Caramel Cream Ale, Mariana Trench, Churrocabra or the spicy Mexican Standoff.