Angry Chair Brewing re-opens at new Seminole Heights location this weekend

Expect a grand opening celebration to happen within the next few weeks.

click to enlarge Angry Chair Brewing re-opens at new Seminole Heights location this weekend
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Great news for Seminole Heights' craft beer fans: Angry Chair Brewing is re-opening, and it finally has a parking lot.

Angry Chair Brewing—now located at 4101 N Florida Ave.—celebrates its soft opening this weekend, just a few blocks from its previous location.

“We’ve got beer! We’ve got food! We’ve got parking! All that’s missing is you… so come on down this week and check out the new digs,” says a recent post from the brewery's social media.

Angry Chair Brewing celebrates its soft opening at its new location this weekend, from Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 25-28. For the next few weeks, the recently-opened brewery will operate with limited hours of 11 a.m.-10 p.m. on Thursdays, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. on Sundays.

Its announcement also states that Angry Chair hasn’t started brewing at its new location just yet, although it will boast an extensive tap list for this weekend’s debut.  And although its food menu hasn’t been released yet either, the brewery now offers a few beer-friendly dishes like smashburgers, pretzels with cheese fondue, wings and tacos.

Some of Angry Chair’s popular brews include its Mystic Sabbatical imperial stout, a Vodnik pilsner and its Ultra Violence imperial milk stout—although it offers an extensive craft beer list which spans from gose to stouts, Berliner weisses, IPAs, porters and much more.

Angry Chair announced its eventual move during the fall of 2021, but started the official transition earlier this month.  And with the official move of Angry Chair Brewing to its new Seminole Heights location, comes its Tallahassee friend Ology Brewing moving into its previous building. We can expect Ology’s first location in Tampa Bay to debut on the corner of E Fern Street and N Florida Avenue soon.
Earlier this year, Ology Brewing’s founder and head brewer Nick Walker told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that he wasn’t planning on changing the former Angry Chair space too much, besides the addition of a few more barrels. Although Ology Brewing also dabbles in spirit distilling, coffee roasting and hard seltzer manufacturing, beer truly reigns supreme, as it offers various types of IPAs, lagers, fruited Berliners, barrel-aged sours and wheat ales.

Angry Chair Brewing’s new building was formerly home to Brew Bus, which has plans to move a few blocks away at 315 N Florida Ave. So eventually, Brew Bus, Angry Chair and Ology Brewing will be neighbors, all operating in the Heights.

Folks can expect an official grand opening event to take place within the next few weeks, so keep up an eye out for its announcement on Angry Chair’s Facebook and Instagram, both at @angrychairbrewing. Don't forget to #stayangry and stop parking on Fern completely.

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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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