Tampa’s Ulele celebrates sixth anniversary with a new anniversary ale

You can also snag a signed growler.

click to enlarge Tampa’s Ulele celebrates sixth anniversary with a new anniversary ale
Photo via Ulele/Facebook

This week Ulele is celebrating its six-year anniversary with a new brew on draft. Appropriately named the Anniversary Ale, Ulele Spring Brewery Brewmaster Tim Shackton created the Imperial Black Ale with a whopping 11.5% ABV.

According to a release, the ale is nitro dispensed to accentuate a bittersweet chocolate palate. Want to commemorate the anniversary? You can snag a signed and numbered 500 ml souvenir growler for $9.97. 

Ulele is known for menu options like charbroiled oysters, alligator hush puppies, an array of fish dishes, and fire-roasted chicken served with saffron risotto. 

You can swing by to try the new sips with or without bites, but either way, don’t forget your mask.

Ulele is located at 1810 N. Highland Ave. in Tampa and open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. seven days a week.

click to enlarge Tampa’s Ulele celebrates sixth anniversary with a new anniversary ale
Photo via Ulele/Facebook


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