We're a brewpub located in downtown Panama City, Florida excited to tell historic stories of our community around food and drink. We hope you'll join us downtown!
After smoking these chicken wings for several hours we flash-fry them, toss them our super-secret seasoning blend, and serve them piping hot with a side of Alabama white dipping sauce.
This big, fluffy on the inside crunchy on the outside, delicious Bavarian pretzel is served with Dan's from-scratch beer cheese made with our Belle Booth Blonde Ale.
Creamy, dreamy burrata surrounded by slices of fresh heirloom tomato drizzled with local Balsamic vinegar and topped with ribbons of fresh basil.
Better than your grandma's but we won't tell if you don't! Thick-cut bologna stacked on a potato roll and dressed with our house made pimento cheese, dijon aioli, and pickles. Served with fries.
Traditional German Malts and Hops alongside Norwegian yeast give this beer citrus flavors with a crisp finish.
We named it after Ella Mae Sapp. In 1916 she and her husband Judge Joshua Sapp built their grand home, just down the road from the courthouse. The Sapp House is a local Treasure and has recently been restored and transformed into an event venue where people can gather to celebrate life, love, and family.
We teamed up with The Press and infused this stout with 3 pounds of coffee beans and then aged it on plenty of cacao nibs for big, strong, decadent coffee & chocolate flavors. This is our biggest stout so we named it after Sir Loin, a local legend. For decades, this statue stood guard outside of a Panama City Beach family steakhouse and was the largest known statue in Florida weighing in at 10 tons! In 1987 he took on the new persona of King Neptune and stood tall until 2004 when he was finally torn down. Long live SIR LOIN!
New England Style Hazy IPA dry hopped with citra and calypso hops to give it a bright, citrus-y front and a musky, dry finish. Why the name Union Soldier? It's a great local story: watch the video
This is our take on an American Brown Ale featuring honey malt and chocolate malt for a slightly sweet finish and roasted rich flavors.
We named this beer after Mound Ave. over in West End St. Andrews. Over 1000 years ago this area was a Native American settlement. They ate a lot of shellfish and over time this area piled up with shells forming the mound we see today. To this day local residents find shells, pottery, and arrowheads when they dig around in their yards.
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Yes, we love having doggos in our outdoor seating areas! We have a water bowl and two waste stations for your use. Please keep your pet on a leash at all times. If your dog cannot behave you will be asked to leave. If you see a dog visiting our space, please ask the owner before you pet the dog.
Yes, we are a family friendly establishment! We have non-alcoholic drinks, as well as games and coloring sets. But please make sure your kids aren't wild monsters, the other customers might not want your kids screaming, or catching the place on fire. Poorly behaved children will be required to wear a leash.
You don't need a reservation for less than 10 people. We try to accomodate large parties the best we can. Looking to bring your party to History Class? Click here, let's talk.
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