Grayton Beer Company Cans First Beer, Beach Permit Blonde Ale


Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. – Grayton Beer Company recently announced that the beer currently packaged as 30A Beach Blonde Ale is now available in 12 oz. cans as Beach Permit Blonde Ale. Appropriately named, the new aluminum packaging allows the popular local brew to be iced down and taken to the beach.

The shiny new packaging of the blonde ale will be an obvious choice for beachgoers heading to the glass-free beaches. Reminiscent of the permits placed on 4×4 trucks allowed to drive on the beaches in South Walton County, FL, the Beach Permit Blonde Ale will be easily recognizable with the Walton County Beach Permit #26178 on one side and the Grayton Beer Company logo on the other.

“Canning is something we always intended to do at Grayton Beer Company,” said founder Jamey Price. “Our blonde ale was a natural choice to can first, because it is the lightest body beer in our portfolio that we currently have in production. We are excited that all of the local and visiting beachgoers will have a canned option to enjoy from Grayton Beer Company.”

As production is underway, cans will be cooler-ready in time for summer and offered throughout Northwest Florida for the first couple of months, and then throughout Alabama, Georgia and middle Tennessee. For those who prefer glass, Grayton Beer Company’s 30A Beach Blonde Ale will still be available for purchase in 12 oz. bottles.

If Grayton Beer Company beers are just hitting your city – or you have yet to try one – the brewery has a wide assortment of offerings. Restaurants, bars and other retail outlets that would like to offer Grayton Beer should contact Chase Blaich at (850) 865-7019 or email

About Grayton Beer Company

Founded in 2011, Grayton Beer Company is a locally owned and operated brewery on the Northwest Florida Coastline with an over 30,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility to brew classic, contemporary beers. Grayton Beer Company brews its beers with an easy-going, approachable Gulf-Coast state of mind, using the finest available ingredients to provide pure, simple refreshment. The Santa Rosa Beach brewery now has a 40-foot bar made of recycled wood pallets with 25 different beers on tap. For more information, visit