Crawl for a Cause: PubPass Launches in Tampa Bay

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It’s no secret that Tampa Bay has transformed into a craft beer haven. St. Pete and Tampa are both flush with lauded breweries; these spots have firmly established the bold and unmatched spirit of both cities.

PubPass stared in Minneapolis in 2014 and expanded Denver and Milwaukee shortly thereafter. The Tampa Bay area is the latest market to join the brew movement. The small booklet, similar to a passport, gets you one free craft beer at 25 local pubs for a one-time payment of $25. The pass is good for one year so you have a bit of time to sample each spot.

The best part about PubPass sales? $1 from every booklet sold will be donated to Feeding Tampa Bay. Participating spots include:

The program provides residents the chance to reacquaint themselves with our city’s finest brew spots while encouraging craft connoisseurs to venture beyond the Burg/Tampa to experience something new. You can order yours online.  Learn more about the project created by Jake Nyberg, Nick Dyer and Rett Martin on their website and Facebook page.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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