Seaboard Craft Beer Holdings, the parent company of Tampa Bay’s Big Storm Brewing Co., has acquired the assets of Cape Coral Brewing Co., a Florida brewery that shuttered in October after two years in business.
- Out of Business / Permanently closed
- BREWERY TYPE
- Production - Micro
2438 Merchant Ave Suite #103
Odessa, FL 33556 United States
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