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What's on tap at the Dunedin Brewery this week
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What's on tap at the Dunedin Brewery this week

Dunedin, Florida -- Here’s what’s happening at the award-winning Dunedin Brewery, Florida’s oldest microbrewery, and winner of 4 gold medals in the Best Florida Beer Championship.

If you’ve got a whole lot of nothing planned for tonight, Thursday, February 17 at 8PM, then head to the Dunedin Brewery to catch Dave Korman, of the Leonard Croon Band and Memphis  Train Union for a solo performance.    

Dave is an acoustic Folk/Americana singer songwriter with a unique sound and a lot of energy. Catch him tonight at 8 PM at the Dunedin Brewery. No cover.

Friday, February 18 at 9:00 PM,  that’s tomorrow in case you’ve lost track of time, the Dunedin Brewery offers an encore performance of St. Pete’s Human Condition featuring the unique songwriting style of Dean Johanesen. This local rock band has been called “one of the busiest rock bands around Tampa Bay”, by the Tampa Bay Times. And it’s no wonder.

The band has opened for Mason Jennings, John Waite, Martha Wainwright, The Legendary JC's,  and Twilight Singer/Songwriter Bobby Long. You can catch the band at the Dunedin Brewery Friday at 9. No cover.

Now on Saturday at the Brewery, you can come hear Uncle John’s Band play the songs of the Grateful Dead.  This Tampa band’s been re-creating the atmosphere and musical adventure of a live Dead show was formed since 1990.  Booked solidly with 6-10 shows every month, you may have heard them play at State Theatre in St. Petersburg, festivals at Vinoy Park, sunsets at Clearwater Pier and numerous clubs around the Bay area.

But you don’t have to travel any further than Dunedin to catch Uncle John’s Band on Saturday at 9 PM at the Brewery.

And finally, don’t forget to save the date, Saturday, Feb 26th,  so you can attend the Brewery’s 11th Annual Stogies and Stout event featuring the original bluesman Eddie Kirkland, one of America’s great Blues artists.

Kandi “Alewife” Bryant tells me that they’ll be changing out all of their regular taps and serving up 19 different stouts plus some treated kegs of Leonard Croon's Old Mean Stout.

She hopes she’ll see your mug at the brewery for a night of Handcrafted Beer, hand-rolled cigars, and the craft of a real-deal Bluesman.

Tickets are $25 advance will-call / $30 on the day of the event. Admission includes a commemorative glass, one fine Robusto cigar, and a generous sampling of all available stouts. This will be a sellout, so don’t sit around until the last minute. More details at DunedinBrewery.com, or go to RadioDunedin.com and click the Heard on the Show link.

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