New 3 Daughters Brewing tasting room opens in Clearwater Beach this month

Right above Hooters and next to the Ron Jon Surf Shop.

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3 Daughters Brewing / Facebook
3 Daughters Brewing is opening a new picturesque location on Clearwater Beach.

The brewery’s latest tasting room will be on the third floor of a building at 381 Mandalay Ave.—right above Hooters and next to the Ron Jon Surf Shop. 

Although there’s no exact grand opening date listed, this upcoming location will debut at the end of this month.

And if you don’t think the drive out to Clearwater Beach is worth it, then maybe the new location’s ridiculously scenic 220-degree view overlooking Pier 60, and the intercoastal waterways of Clearwater Harbor, might change your mind.

A press release says this Clearwater location has been in the works since 2019, and that the upcoming tasting room will feature “exclusive small-batch brews found only at the new beach location.”

Both the St. Pete and the soon-to-open Clearwater location have on-site breweries as well as tasting rooms, which pump out hard seltzers and ciders alongside various types of brews. You can also expect a small “beach bites” menu from the new Clearwater tasting room, although there is no information about its specific food offerings yet.

This is only the second location for 3 Daughters Brewery, which has been around since 2013. Its original St. Petersburg location, at 222 22st S St., is known for its live music and massive game nights, and the Clearwater Beach tasting room will continue its reputation for entertainment and events.

Follow 3 Daughters Brewery on Instagram at @3daughtersbrewing for the latest updates on this month’s grand opening.

And if you’re interested in joining the front of house staff at the Clearwater 3 Daughters location, you can visit 3dbrewing.com for more information.

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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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