We named this German Pilsner Lager after our neighboring community, Millville, which was the center of commerce for Bay County area in the 1800's due to the booming lumber mill and shipyard... it was a town of loggers. Get it? Loggers?
This easy-drinkin' American classic is known for its simplicity and smooth finish.
This sour ale is loaded with all-natural strawberry and kiwi purees. It has plenty of sweet fruitiness and a tart finish so it's a perfect sipper on a warm sunny day!
Traditional German Malts and Hops alongside Norweigen 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.
15 pounds of local wildflower honey goes into each batch of this German-style ale. We can’t wait for you to try it.
This one is packed full of classic American hops: Chinook, Columbus, Centennial, and Simcoe. It's our strongest IPA yet so we named it after the Strongman from Millville, Paul Conrad, who's feats of strength earned him the title of "The South's Strongest Boy."
We infused our American wheat ale with Hibiscus tea to create this floral, tart, bright pink, totally unique brew that locals cannot got enough of!
New England Style Hazy IPA dry hopped with citra and calypso hops to give it a bright, citrus-y front and a slightly 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. We added 3 pounds of local wildflower honey to this batch just for fun.
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.
This IPA features an experimental hop variety from Hop Breeding Company (HBC 680). Since it's an experiment of our own, we thought it was only fitting to name it for the Naval Support Activity (NSA) on St. Andrew's Bay, where "SEALAB" has been performing some cool marine experiments for over 75 years.
This hard cider is made with Northern Spy apples so it's tart with a dry finish and just a touch of sweet juiciness. (psst, this one's GLUTEN-FREE)
English-style stout brewed with milk sugar for a creamy mouthfeel and just a touch of sweetness on the finish to round out notes of roasted coffee.
Our newest hard seltzer is naturally flavored with orange. It's just slightly sweet with just the right amount of flavor for a refreshing spring time sipper. BONUS: it's totally gluten-free!
Each glass of McKenzie Bros. Blueberry and Strawberry Fizzy Water is made by hand the old fashioned way which is how we like to do things here at History Class.
Fresh watermelon juice and ice. That's it.
History Class is a gathering place for friends to share stories over great food and beer. We spent years curating local artifacts and photographs to fill our taproom with the rich history of Panama City. When you visit, everything from the chairs you sit in to the art on the walls has a story to tell, and we hope that you enjoy hearing them as well as sharing your own with us. Enjoy 15 beers on tap, a variety of southern snacks, a comfortable space, and friendly staff to share stories with!