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After five years, Strange Colt Brewery will close its doors and cease business – unless someone new comes to the helm to take over.
Current Strange Colt Brewing owner, Dr. Tom Streeter, announced the closure on the Strange Colt Brewery Facebook page Monday evening.
Comments on social media praised the team for their beers and atmosphere in the Niceville, Florida, location.
“I think this project has been going on for five years, and for me at the helm, it’s no longer sustainable,” Streeter said, “I’m appreciative of all you’ve done to support me and the pub and it’s been a fun little ride, but it’s time for me to step down. That being said, there is a great opportunity for someone to the next level to pick up the baton.”
We’ve reached out to Strange Colt – and we’ll have more information (hopefully) soon about buying a brewery.
Strange Colt Brewery began in Niceville and bases its presence in the community on the neighborhood pubs in Britain.
The brewery currently has ten beers on tap – half of which they brew in-house.
The brewery is open from 3-9 on weeknights and 3-10 on Saturdays. It’s closed on Sunday and Monday.
Owner and Brewmaster Tom Streeter partnered with brewmaster Scott Hestilow, brewer Colby Avery and front-of-house manager Alexis Graves to start the brewery.
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