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The rising brewpub scene in
Orlando creates new options for
those looking for local flavor.
Yoga and craft beer? Enjoying both
is possible at Orlando Brewing, the
city’s oldest brewery, and one of the
many breweries where the craft beer
trend is alive and well. While Orlando
Brewing offers typical brewpub tours
and tastings — it serves up to 21 different organic brews — the venue also
plays host to many events that can be
customized for groups.
In downtown Orlando, locals and
visitors alike are raving about the
Ace Cafe Orlando, a London-based,
motor-themed restaurant that com-
bines dining and entertainment with a
“wow-worthy” motorcycle collection.
The entire space, which features rock
‘n’ roll-inspired artwork, photography
and rare motorcycles, accommodates
up to 7,000 guests in several flexible
venues, including a main dining room
and stage area, an outdoor back porch,
an upstairs bar, an exhibition area, and
a back yard with table games and a
stage for up to 1,000 people. The Ace
Cafe offers a casual atmosphere with
that cool biker vibe.
The Crooked Can Brewery in the
Historic District of Downtown Winter
Garden, is just minutes from Downtown Orlando and the Orange County
Convention Center. Experience both
craftsmanship and science coming
together to brew deliciously memorable results. Attendees can enjoy over
15 unique craft beers on tap and multiple local favorites.
Other group-friendly brewpubs
in town include Ocean Sun Brewing,
Crooked Can Brewing, Cask & Larder
and Ten10 Brewing Company.
Crooked Can Brewing Company
Ace Cafe Orlando