Orlando-based Brew Theory is excited to announce two major new production partners: Shipyard Brewing Co. and JDub’s Brewing Company. Read More
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Located in Central Florida, Brew Theory offers end-to-end contract brewing with packaging and distribution services. Step into the brewery, taproom, podcast space, or beer lab to fully experience the science of beer in Orlando’s first contract brewery.
Brew Theory was founded in 2018 by craft beer aficionado Jeremy Roberts after opening popular Central Florida-based brewery Orange County Brewers in 2017.
Brew Theory is located in the Creative Village area in Downtown Orlando at 400 Pittman Street, Orlando, FL 32801.
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- 400 Pittman St
- Orlando, FL 32801
- United States
For More InformationVisit the Brewery Website
Brew Theory in the News
JDub’s Brewing to Open New Taproom and Move Production to Brew Theory
JDub’s Brewing Company is opening a new taproom at Brew Theory in Orlando, Florida, while also moving production of its core brands to the contract brewer. Read More
Shipyard Brewing Licenses Brew Theory to Produce Beers in Florida
Brew Theory reached a licensing agreement with Portland, Maine-based Shipyard Brewing Co. to produce and sell their portfolio of products in Florida. Read More
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For years, small and independent U.S. craft breweries have been turning the beer world upside down. Their ability to take risks, innovate flavors and build better communities has made the U.S. the craft beer capital of the world.
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