I've known these guys for years. I've had an opportunity to taste through their beers since before The Tank was even a thought. I've watched them meticulously work through technique and recipe composition, test glassware's effect on their recipes, experiment with pH levels, test temperature's effect on hops, and other things nobody cares to hear about. My point is, these guys have worked hard on every aspect of their brewing for years - they're ready for this. After chatting about what's in store, the future looks good for Florida beer. After tasting what's in store, the future looks even better.
I love a brewery that leads with a saison. "La Finca Miami", which translates to "The Farm Miami" saison is the flagship for the brewery and sets the standard for what you can expect from the rest of their offerings. Dry, slightly tart, yeast forward, citrus, and a nice foamy head, a beautiful beer from start to finish. It's also a great representation of what you can expect to find in most, if not all of The Tank's offerings, a clean, dry, crisp finish - achieving complexity and drinkability. That dryness is their calling card and it allows their flavors to shine. Flavors achieved through quality ingredients treated with care. Like other great breweries, a no nonsense and straight forward approach leads to fantastic beers, no matter what the name of the hop used in their IPA is. Flavor is flavor. Quality is quality. That's exactly what they're after.
We hope you enjoy the chat.