The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries

You won't believe how many non-brewery bizes opened this year.

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The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries


Have you heard? Craft beer is huge in Tampa Bay — so huge that approximately 98.3%* of all local businesses opened in 2014 were breweries. Just take a look at that map! But what else sprang to life around the area this year? Let’s take a look.

10. Vape shop

9. Annata

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The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries

8. Vape shop

7. Roux

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Chip Weiner
The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries

6. Vape shop

5. Vape shop

4. Vape shop

3. Locale

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The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries

2. Vape shop

1. Ulele

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The Year in Listicles: 10 things that opened in Tampa Bay that weren't breweries
*No, not really.

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