That’s right, Orlando: Bottles of Funky Buddha beer are finally arriving on February 20!
Get ready to #GetFunky!
We’ll be launching six-pack bottles of our Hop Gun India Pale Ale and Floridian Hefeweizen throughout Central Florida, as well as the Treasure Coast and Southwest Florida (Fort Myers, Naples). Expect to find out bottles at retailers such as Total Wine + More, Whole Foods Market, ABC Fine Wine & Spirits, The Fresh Market, Trader Joe’s, and whereever quality beer is sold. Select Publix locations should roll out in the future.
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In addition to our celebrated six packs, 22oz bottles of Last Snow Coconut & Coffee Porter will also arrive at select retailers in time for the launch.
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the launch by using the #GetFunky hashtag on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter feeds. We will also be holding social media contests using the hashtag, so look out for those!
We’re so excited to finally be sending our beer to Central Florida in bottles. Cheers!
Q: What areas exactly will bottles be avialable?
A: Bottles will be available in the following counties: Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Polk, Lake, Osceola, Sumter, Collier, and Lee. We are currently available in Broward, Dade, Palm Beach, and Monroe counties.
Q: Will Maple Bacon Coffee Porter be bottled?
A: MBCP was released on January 10, 2015 at the brewery only as part of our Maple Bacon Coffee Porter Festival. This is currently an annual release at the brewery only. Learn more here.
Q: Can I get your beer at Publix?
A: Select Publix locations in South Florida do carry our bottles, and we hope to build on that throughout Florida. If you would like your nearest Publix location to carry our beer, please ask the store manager and/or contact the corporate office.
Q: Can I get your bottles in Tampa or North Florida?
A: For our February 20 rollout, bottles will be limited to distribution to the above counties. Distribution to Tampa will follow in Q2, with North Florida and the rest of the state opening in mid 2015. Check back for more updates!