UPDATE – Foamy, Phillies Fun In The Sun

With 17 games to be played at Bright House Networks Field and 8 places to enjoy Victory beer within 10 miles of the stadium, Clearwater, Florida is the place for Philly-liscious fun through February and March!

So if your thirst for Phillies fun is causing you to consider a flight south, we have some compelling and delicious reasons for you to head in the direction of Clearwater!

Inside the park itself you’ll be able to enjoy Prima Pils and HopDevil at the House Of Beers location as well as a standalone Victory kiosk pouring those two delicious beers, with Headwaters Pale Ale due to replace the HopDevil, most likely.

Outside of the ballpark, get your fill of foamy fun at these wonderful establishments!

Tilted Kilt, Cleawater – HopDevil Ale

Brewgarden, Clearwater – Hop Wallop, Golden Monkey

 

Lagerhaus, Palm Harbor – Hop Wallop, Golden Monkey with Headwaters Pale Ale coming after Feb. 15

Oldsmar Taphouse, Oldsmar (on Draft Magazine’s Top 100 Beer Bars list) – Prima Pils, HopDevil Ale, Hop Wallop, with Headwaters Pale Ale coming after Feb. 15

Dunedin House Of Beer, Dunedin (on Draft Magazine’s Top 100 Beer Bars list) – Prima Pils, HopDevil Ale, Storm King Stout, Hop Wallop, Golden Monkey with Headwaters Pale Ale coming after Feb. 15

Beach Bar, Clearwater Beach – Prima Pils

Palm Harbor House Of Beer, Palm Harbor – Prima Pils, HopDevil, Golden Monkey, Storm King Stout, with Headwaters coming after Feb. 15

Eddie’s, Dunedin – Golden Monkey 

 

And not to pick favorites, but our friends at Southwest Airlines have direct flights from Philly to Tampa/St. Petersburg so you can head to warmer weather to enjoy Phillies spring training and a Victory.

You can learn more about the Phillies Clearwater home at: http://www.springtrainingonline.com/teams/philadelphia-phillies-3.htm

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