From the boutique shops to the delicious restaurants and the historical charm of the downtown area, there’s so much to love about Dunedin.
The walkable downtown area is also home to an array of craft breweries, making it the perfect spot for your next brewery crawl. We’ve put together some of our top recommendations for a perfect day visiting breweries in Dunedin!
All of these breweries are within walking distance from each other, so you’ll only need to worry about getting a rideshare to and from Dunedin. You can also check out the map of Dunedin Breweries here.
- 7venth Sun Brewery
- Soggy Bottom Brewery
- Cueni Brewing Co.
- HOB Brewing Company
- Duendin Brewery
- Caldonea Brewing
- Woodwright Brewing Company
Small but mighty, 7venth Sun Brewery is a must-visit if you’re in Dunedin. There’s so much to love about 7venth Sun, including that it’s female owned and operated, dog-friendly, and has an outdoor patio. The beer list is extensive, ranging from small-batch IPAs to oak-aged sour beers and more. If you’re interested in learning more about what goes on behind the scenes at this iconic brewery, the bartenders are incredibly knowledgeable and will give you a free tour- just ask!
660 Main St.
If you’re looking for a unique spot to enjoy a flavorful craft beer (or beers, plural), Soggy Bottom Brewery is it. Step inside and you’ll be impressed by all the funky handmade furniture, featuring license plates, kegs, and barrels. They don’t stop at beer and wine, as they offer free fly casting lessons on the third Wednesday of every month!
945 Huntley Ave.
Located in the heart of Dunedin right along the Pinellas Trail, Cueni Brewing Co. (pronounced “Q-Knee”) offers hand-crafted beers with a focus on English Ales and Belgians. They have a large outdoor patio and an award-winning beer list, making this the perfect place to stop on your next Pinellas Trail bike ride or walk!
Started by two neighbors with a mutual passion for home brewing in 2009, HOB Brewing Company has grown into one of the best breweries in the Tampa Bay area. With 24 taps, cider, wine, and canned cocktails, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at HOB.
They have an expansive outdoor patio with a recreation area, plus they recently added a two-story event pavilion that is perfect for events and live music. They also offer wood fired pizzas and other delicious food options!
937 Douglas Ave.
Did you know that Florida’s oldest microbrewery is right here in Tampa Bay? Since 1995, Dunedin Brewery has been a leader in Florida’s craft beer scene. Today, they have a large selection of beers, a kitchen, and live entertainment most nights. For $5, you can take a tour that comes with a souvenir glass!
587 Main St.
Housed in what was formerly the Dunedin Times building, this small-batch craft brewery is a nod to Scottish heritage. The large tasting room makes this a perfect spot for gathering and celebrating all things craft beer. Don’t leave without trying their famous Rat Arsed Scotch ale!
985 Douglas Ave.
Part brewery, part old woodworking shop, Woodwright Brewing Co. is a must-visit Dunedin brewery. The vibe is very welcoming, and we love the beautiful beer garden. They focus on German and European style beers, but also offer wine and ciders if you’re looking to mix things up.
Visit on a Friday night and you’ll be welcomed by the sound of live music, or head there on a Thursday for a bluegrass jam session!