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TBC Participates in MovemberTBC Participates in Movember

For the month of November TBC will participate in Movember, a global organization that serves to raise awareness of men’s health, in particular testicular and prostate cancers. For the duration of the month our male staff and amazing patrons grow out their Mo-Mustache.

What is a Movember mustache?

The Movember mustache is a manly ribbon used to spread awareness, strike up conversations, and raise money for the fight against prostate and testicular cancer–cancers that affect our fathers, partners, brothers and friends.

Wednesday, November 30th we donate $1 of every pint sold to the cause and crown the man with the best stache during our Mr. Movemeber party.

Visit the TBC Beer Mops Movember page here to donate. Ladies, you can help too!

And for more information about the Movember movement, (or to get some great stache ideas) visit the Movember site here.

UPDATE!!! Thank you to all who participated and supported this cause! Together we donated over $4,000 to the Movember Foundation! 

Food Drive @ TBCThanksgiving Food Drive @ TBC

Now through Sunday, November 20th, TBC will be collecting non-perishable foods and monetary donations for families in need of a good Thanksgiving meal. We are working alongside with Good Shepherd Episcopal, of Tequesta, and Place of Hope, of West Palm Beach, to ensure that 20 local families in need receive a proper Thanksgiving dinner.

Palm Beach Post (9/26/16)
the districtFoodie central: village for indie vendors to rise in West Palm industrial zone.

Palm Beach County’s foodie city of the moment is about to get more tasty. West Palm Beach might soon be home to a new food and drink-centric district that’s in development along the city’s industrial zone. The Warehouse District, a sprawling complex (continue reading).


 Palm Beach Post (9/23/16) 
091816 Go Georgia family_GSRM_SteamTrainSteam Horse craft beer brewery headed to industrial West Palm Beach.

The craft beer minds behind Tequesta Brewing Company and Twisted Trunk Brewing will join West Palm Beach’s rising food and drink scene next year. They will open Steam Horse Brewing near downtown West Palm Beach, says co-owner Fran Andrewlevich. (continue reading).

Palm Beach Post (2/6/15)
twisted trunkNew brewery, Twisted Trunk, opens today in Palm Beach Gardens.

After 15 months of construction and bureaucratic rigmarole, Twisted Trunk Brewing Company opens today in Palm Beach Gardens at City Center. The tap room officially opens at 5 p.m. It’s the newest enterprise by the founders of Tequesta Brewing Company, a local favorite and north county watering hole since its (continue reading).

Palm Beach Post (2/26/14)
TwistedTrunkBrewmastersTequesta brewmasters plan craft brewery in Palm Beach Gardens.

Craft brewing is coming back to Palm Beach Gardens in a “twisted” kind of way. Fran Andrewlevich and Matt Webster of Tequesta Brewing Company have secured the site for the Twisted Trunk Brewing Company at 2000 PGA Boulevard (continue reading).

Palm Beach Illustrated
beers-tbcTequesta Brewing Company has a nose for craft beer.

Nestled along the Palm Beach and Martin County border is a place where craft beer flows and the good times roll. Tequesta Brewing Company (TBC) is the county’s first supplier of locally made craft beer, and it could not be tastier. Stepping through this North County establishment’s doors, (continue reading).

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