Dunedin has a few surprises in store for American Craft Beer Week, a nationwide craft beer celebration that runs May 16 through 22.
Both the and the , two of the city's craft beer fixtures, are planning big celebrations with drink specials, live music and, of course, plenty of craft beer.
Dunedin Brewery plans to showcase a different beer each night, culminating with the release of its new Local Honey Ale on Friday. The beer is made with 100 percent raw Florida honey. Popular regional reggae group Scholar’s Word, hailing from Jacksonville, Fla., provides the music.
Dunedin House of Beer, which appeared in of 2011, celebrates Thursday (May 19). The bar features beer from Long Island’s Blue Point Brewery. The brewers, based in Long Island, N.Y., pride themselves on beers with names like Hoptical Illusion, RastafaRye Ale and BP Toxic Sludge. Sean Delong of local reggae rock group Full Fledged Unit will be belting out acoustic tunes at the event.