St. Pete’s Bayboro Brewing Co. celebrates fourth anniversary with Saturday luau and live music

There’ll be new beers released, too.

Bayboro Brewing - Photo via BayboroBrewing/Facebook
Photo via BayboroBrewing/Facebook
Bayboro Brewing
Time flies when you’ve got a buzz, and for the last four years, Bayboro Brewing Co. has been keeping pints full for St. Pete’s Warehouse Arts District.

This weekend co-founders James and Kelcy Coleman celebrate another turn around the sun for their business where Kelcy and James—a former U.S. Marine who runs a “Buy a Vet a Beer” program at his brewery—together with brewers Aaron Hutchings and Thomas Ludwig pour staples like the Full Bird American IPA, Teufel Hunden milk stout, Mosquito Juice double IPA and more.

New beers include Bayboro’s orange wheat beer, Irish stout and king cake porter.

Bayboro has also built a reputation as a much needed, mid-size music venue that hosts everything from acoustic duos and cover bands to hyperlocal music festivals and out-of-town touring acts, so live music comes along with the luau, care of Americana act Mercy McCoy, plus Rockstead and Dub Collectors. All day beer and food specials—including a 1 p.m. pig roast—are on deck, too.

There’s no cover for the Bayboro Brewing Turns 4 party happening in St. Petersburg on Saturday, March 23.
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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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