We were pretty excited to finally visit Central 28 Beer Company and share our review, since we tasted their Waff-Ale at the Epcot Food & Wine Festival. We were anxious to see what other beers they have to offer.
Plus, while out and about along the Central Florida Ale Trail, we’ve had fellow trail goers tell us how much they enjoyed visiting Central 28 Beer Company.
Location of Central 28 Beer Company
Central 28 Beer Company is not too far off I-4, about 20 minutes north of Orlando. If making a day of visiting Central Florida Ale Trail breweries, pairing Central 28 with Persimmon Hollow Brewing in Deland works best.
After driving through a mix of both residential and commercial areas, we came to Central 28 Beer Company, which is in a warehouse building.
The tasting room is pretty decent in size, but not too big. They are kid and pet friendly too!!
There are also some tables in the large brewing room.
Which is also where they keep their stash of canned beers!!
On To The Beer Review
Matt had the Miss Mary Brown, which is currently at the Epcot Festival of the Arts.
I had the Trekker. It was pretty good. I opted for the 1/2 glass option. This was an option we’ve not seen at any other brewery.
We liked that it was pretty low key and quiet in the tasting room while we were there. Food trucks are typically there Tuesday through Saturday. Be sure to follow them on Facebook to stay up to date with who will be there. Once a month they also have a food truck on Sundays, paired with a beer release.
Our bartender was friendly, and chatted with us. She filled us in on the Honey & Rosemary Ale they will be having for the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival. Sounds like something I will like!!
If you’ve enjoyed our review of Central 28 Beer Company, let us know if you visit. We’d love to hear your thoughts.