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Orlando Brewing, Orlando

(4.5/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a true gem of a brewery!!! The layout is huge. Indoor and outdoor seating. Beer selections are amazing and there is a free tour. Check this place out and use Untapped to check in all the lovel...  more »
  • First stop after arriving at the airport and I was thirsty. What I learned: The owners are committed to two things – the German Purity Law of 1516 ( water, barley and hops) and organic ingredients. Th...  more »
  • If you are looking for a great evening then leave your car at your Hotel and take a cab or uber there. Free brewery tours start at 18:00 and James was really knowledgeable and friendly. More than 20 b...  more »
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  • This place is fantastic. The beer is so clean tasting compared to other beers. The atmosphere and customer service is great. I really enjoy the Blond Ale. The October fest is great as well and would be a good one to keep all year.
  • Awsome place... cat is one of the best bartenders i have ever had the pleasure to meet.. so knowledgeable.. i will be thre again next time i come into Orlando...
  • Great location and amazing brews! It is great to have a place to sit down and not have but just true beer lovers! The staff is super friendly and is locally owned.
  • Orlando Brewing Partners began operating in 2002 from an industrial park storage unit about the size of a two-car garage. In 2006, when the current facility was opened, the whole business went organic, a prescient and smart move that anticipated the current hot trend. Producing more than 62,000 gallons a year, The Brewery, situated (literally) on the other side of the tracks near downtown Orlando, has become a destination for locals and brew-savvy tourists. The 19 taps feature every beer produced at the plant and a few worthy guests. OBrewery’s drafts range from a quietly refreshing pale ale (I-4 IPA, named after the local highway) to a surprisingly balanced dark Scottish ale (Eminent Domain). Sampler trays, with four or eight mini-glasses of OBrewery’s finest, are available at the bar. The water used runs from the Floridan Aquifer that’s under the entire state, gets filtered through thousands of feet of limestone, and ends up here. You won’t find many other breweries that send their used grist to a local organic pig farm for feed, have their own band (the Orlando Brewing Choral Society and Jug Band), and host live music on weekends, Sunday afternoon Dog Days and a beer school introducing eager guests to the science of zymology — beer making to you and me.
  • I'm British, so I love a warm beer! Location and interior are on the industrial side, but very cool, laid back place nonetheless. The bring your own food concept is pretty interesting. The range of beers are a bit odd, some pretty funky ones, but again, I drink warm ale for fun, so what do I know. Not many staff, the folk behind the bar were a bit rushed, but friendly and we were served in good time. I will go back and I do recommend you check it out.