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You can find our beer all over the state of Alabama, across the Florida Panhandle as far east as Apalachicola, and on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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By total volume, our best seller is I Drink Therefore I Amber, but in our taproom Cheap Sunglasses outpaces the rest while on draft around our distribution territory Take the Causeway IPA leads the pack.

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We have a plethora of merchandise available for sale at our taproom in Fairhope, from t-shirts to pint glasses to signs to caps and more!

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A Crowler is a 32 fluid ounce, single-use can that we will fill up and seal for you right off of our draft system in our taproom. They are more convenient, more cost-effective, and better for the beer than the old-fashioned glass growler.

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We brewed our first batch of beer on December 21, 2012 and opened our doors for business on January 6, 2013.

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We love having families come out and enjoy themselves, and well-behaved children are more than welcome! We don't necessarily have a lot for little ones to do, though, so a coloring book or iPad might be a good thing to have with you just in case.

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Yes, we can sell beer to go from our taproom. However, Alabama law strictly limits breweries to selling 288 fluid ounces per person per day. That is exactly one case of 12 ounce bottles; thirteen 22 ounce bottles; nine 32 ounce Crowlers or any combination of those.

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We just might have a beer that you like -- but even if we don't, we always have a cider on tap as well as red and white wine.

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Sometimes we need an extra day to take care of stuff around the brewery, and Monday was our slowest day of the week.

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We do not fill growlers from our taproom but are happy to offer the more convenient 32 ounce Crowler.

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Absolutely! We love hosting events from wedding receptions to baby showers to family reunions. Check out our Taproom page for more information.

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Most of the good names come from Jim (Everyday Ale, Fairhope 51, Hop Hogan) and most of the bad ones (Kingslayer, Lost in Mountain Brook, Liter of Cola) come from Brian. Seriously, though, it's a team effort. Sometimes we have a beer and need a name, and sometimes we have a name and brew a beer to match it.

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We only have enough capacity to keep up with the five beers we currently put in bottles. We love being able to produce so many flavors as we do to keep the 15 taps in our taproom full and keep some fresh flavors going to your favorite watering holes, but unfortunately we just can't put everything we make into package.

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We keep our golf arcade game on Free Play because we love our patrons (and we got sick of stealing dollars out of the register to pay for our own rounds).

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Ask him yourself when you're at the taproom. He's the guy with the muscles and tattoos.

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Darius is behind the bar just about every Friday from open to close. He'll greet you with a handshake and make you feel right at home.

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In addition to a couple of shift beers every day, we take the entire team to Krystal for lunch to celebrate everyone's birthdays.

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Because Patrick Swazey is the best actor of our time and we want to make sure that you can have an intelligent conversation about him. And Roadhouse.

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It's a near even breakdown among our staff between Tide and Tigers fans. We get along from Tuesday - Friday during football season.

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We were planning a line of sour beers and couldn't come up with a name that we all agreed on for the first one. Then someone suggested Maverick and at that point Goose, Charlie, Stinger, Iceman, Wolfman, Sundown, Jester, and the rest all just fell into place.

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We are lucky to be about ten miles down the road from marketing genius Matt Whitfield, who has crafted an entire brand line around our favorite local bird.

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State and federal laws dictate that we can not ship beer directly to you.

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We have a text alert system that we utilize every time we tap a new beer or bring an old favorite back. Just text FBCBEER to 51-660 and follow the instructions.

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Good. Thanks for asking.

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Sarah Rutledge Fischer is a Fairhope artist who volunteered to make our boring gray building beautiful.

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We're happy with our four-foot tall F logo above the door, but thank you for your thought.