St. Pete Beach’s Mastry's Brewing Co. will open new Pinellas Park facility

It will be part of a brand new mixed-use development.

click to enlarge St. Pete Beach’s Mastry's Brewing Co. will open new Pinellas Park facility
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A St. Pete Beach favorite will soon move its headquarters, but don’t worry, because its waterfront beer garden isn’t going anywhere.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal reports that Mastry’s Brewing Co.—along with Robert Czysczon of Plaza Beach Resorts—were recently selected by Pinellas Park to take over a 1.49-acre property at 5805 Park Blvd., a slot of land that was previously owned by the city.

Mastry's will keep its popular St Pete Beach outpost as a satellite location.

In addition to opening a new brewing facility and taproom, its upcoming Pinellas Park parcel will soon become a mixed-use development with retail spaces, art studios and a stage for live entertainment—with Mastry's as its anchor business.

Mastry's CEO Matthew Dahm told TBBJ that the new  Pinellas Park space will offer multiple drive-up spots for food trucks, and might even host festivals or other large-scale events on the weekends.

Mastry’s Brewing Co. debuted in 2014 and has occupied its waterfront location at 7701 Blind Pass Rd. since 2016, boasting itself as "the first craft brewery and tasting room on St. Pete Beach."

Folks love its wide selection of craft brews, beer-friendly eats and beachside beer garden. Some of its most popular pours include the Boca Ciega Bay IPA, Breezy Blonde ale, Made coffee porter and Blind Pass brown ale.

For the latest news on Mastry’s Brewing Co., head to @mastrysbrewingco on Facebook  where updates on new releases and events are posted regularly.Subscribe to Creative Loafing newsletters.

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