History by the Pint Member Preview
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST
Tampa Bay History Center
801 Old Water St.
Tampa, FL 33602
Join the History Center for a special preview of “History by the Pint: Beer and Brewing in Tampa Bay” before it officially opens to the public.
Enjoy curator-led tours of the exhibit, beer sampling from local breweries including Coppertail, Ulele, Brew Bus
Attendance is limited, pre-registration is required.
MEMBERS: Registration is free.
Register by email at [email protected]
or by calling 813-228-0097.
NON-MEMBERS: Tickets are limited. Registration is $10 per person.
Questions? Call 813-228-0097 or email [email protected]
Beer sampling for 21 and up only with ID.
About the Exhibit
History by the Pint traces the heady history of beer-brewing in the bay area, from its Ybor origins to Florida’s craft beer capital.
Learn about early breweries and brewing methods, Prohibition’s effects on Florida, the rise of national breweries in Tampa, and how the home brewing movement of the 1970s triggered a cultural shift in the way Americans consume beer.
The exhibit features Florida Brewing Company artifacts, which was the first commercial brewery in Florida, as well as items from larger national breweries that called Tampa home in the 1960s through the 1990s. Also included are photos and items related to the bay area’s craft beer boom from Dunedin Brewery, Cigar City, Ulele, Coppertail and more.
All paid guests will receive a free pint glass on opening weekend (March 2-3) while supplies last.
“History by the Pint” opens to the public March 2 and continues through August 11.