The Treasure Coast includes St. Lucie, Indian River & Martin Counties – cities include Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Vero Beach, Sebastian, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Palm City, & Port Salerno. The Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail has 10 breweries, one cidery and one winery – and we’re giving away a prize pack each week to the location of the week!
This week’s Brewery is Islamorada Brewing Company!
- Located in Fort Pierce, home to gorgeous beaches, bountiful fishing, and great people.
- Fort Pierce is the second location and production facility of Islamorada Beer Company that started in the famous Florida Keys.
- Visit the 25, 000 square feet brewery and catch a glimpse on how the beer is kegged, bottle or canned
- Enjoy one of the freshly tapped beers in our tasting room
This week’s prize is a Gift Certificate & Swag Bag (BEER, hat, shirt, sticker, 2 pint glasses)
Any idea how the Treasure Coast got its name? The story of the Treasure Coast began in 1715 when a fleet of Spanish ships, loaded with gold, silver, jewels and other treasures were anchored just offshore waiting to make their way back to Spain. This was before The Weather Channel, so little did they know a hurricane was headed right towards them. Most of the ships sank scattering the treasure onto the ocean floor. To this day, these treasures are still found by lucky beachgoers or divers — giving the region its well-deserved name.
Fast forward 300 years, and learn about how you can explore the Treasure Coast via the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail. The Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail has 10 breweries, one cidery and one winery. Enjoy unique craft beer and wine tasting experiences in eclectic and fun settings. Get your “Treasure Map” at any participating location and “Chart Your Course” to visit all the stops on the trail. When you’ve hit them all (hopefully not in one day), you’ll get your booty! (prize)
Consider booking a weekend to the Treasure Coast by visiting FloridasTreasureCoast.com!