This is our take on a winter warmer. The Warm & Cozy Spiced Ale is packed with mulling spices to give it a warm and cozy flavor.
This easy-drinkin' American classic is known for its simplicity and smooth finish.
English style Porter with mild chocolate notes and a crisp, clean finish. We named our porter The Hero in honor of Lt. Edwin Gorbet, the pilot who saved Jinks Junior High. His story is one that every Panama City citizen should know. Click here to see Edwin's story!
East Coast IPA
We named this East Coast IPA after the artist who designed & built all of those cool rides at Miracle Strip Amusement Park & Shipwreck Island. It's dry-hopped with Citra, Camarillo, and El Dorado hops.
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.
West coast style IPA for the hop-heads! Brewed with a variety of malts and a combination of Columbus, Chinook, Citra, and Simcoe hops, Steele's starts off with caramel malt a hints of cedar and then careens into a mesh of piney, citrusy, ever so slightly minty bitterness through a lasting finish.
We combined Irish Stout and English Crystal Malts to brew this Irish Ale, giving it a medium body with toasty notes and a super crisp finish that will satisfy even the lager-lovers out there!
Our Mango & Guava infused wheat beer. Light and refreshing.
If you're a fan of our Belle Booth Blond Ale you're going to dig this one. It's an easy-drinking ale lightly hopped with Lemondrop & Motueka hops to give it a New Zealand twist.
This is our take on a classic British Mild featuring Maris Otter malt and Fuggle hops. Wapaluxy means Round Bay & is the original Native American name for West Bay.
This is our biggest stout yet. Aged with cacao & infused with three pounds of coffee grounds. We named it after “Sir Loin.” The giant statue that stood guard outside of a Panama City Beach family steakhouse.
We're continuing our line of Pollywog Ciders and this time around we went with spiced apple.
We loaded this sour up with blackberries and a few raspberries to give it a sweet, tart, and perfect flavor.
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.
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!