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FRONT STREET BREWERY
9 Front St. 910/251-1935, www.frontstreetbrewery.com
HOURS: Sun.-Thurs. 11:30 A.M.-midnight, Fri.-Sat. 11:30 A.M.-2 A.M.
The Brew-BQ burger, Carolina pulled pork sandwich, lager-braised bratwurst, and beerbattered fish-and-chips ($6-16) take a backseat to the beer at this local alehouse. Front Street Brewery is the only restaurant with a brewery in Wilmington and the award-winning microbrewsall brewed on-site have earned it a reputation as the place to grab a cold one. In addition to brews like Lumina Lagera, Dram Tree Scottish Ale, and Port City IPA that are available year-round, the brewery has several seasonal ales. Brewmaster Kevin Kozak leads brewery tours every Wednesday 6-8 P.M. It’s not uncommon to see locals coming in with half-gallon jugs in hand. The reason? The jugs, called European growlers, are giant to-go containers. Purchase one for $35 and have it refilled with any of the microbrews made on-site.
History for Tampa/St. Petersburg Metro Map
Soon you come to the Mill Pond public house on your Tampa/St. Petersburg Metro Map left, and at this point you cross the A259. Do so carefully, as this is Tampa/St. Petersburg Metro Map a very busy road, then almost immediately turn right off the A259 down Slipper Road. The road dies away fairly quickly but you keep going in the same direction over an area of gravel. This takes you to a very large marina with a considerable range of pleasure boats. You keep on in the same direction, passing to the right of the harbour offices -part of which, when I walked this route recently, was occupied by a wood carver – then soon arrive at a junction of paths, signed both left and right. Your way is right, and you follow the path between an assortment of boats; you soon arrive on a track that you follow to the right, and very shortly you come to the waters of Chichester Harbour.