Intuition Ale Works – Jacksonville Breweries

Address:
929 E Bay St
Jacksonville, FL 32204

Intuition Ale Works, the current and best local Jacksonville brewery hotspot located on East Bay Street in the heart of Jacksonville. Not only is the beer selection incredible, but the location is as well. It’s the perfect place to grab a couple ice, cold beers before a Jacksonville Jaguars game, an Icemen hockey game, or even a Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp game. With all three venues located within walking distance of Intuition, you really couldn’t ask for more. Intuition Ale Works is unfortunately closed every Monday, but have no fear there are plenty of other opportunities to grab one of their delicious beers!

This Jacksonville brewery is open every other day of the week from 3:00 – 10:00 PM Tuesday through Thursday, 3:00 – 11:00 PM Fridays, 11:00 am – 11:00 pm Saturdays, and 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM Sundays. Even though there hours are a bit random and sporadic, it’s definitely worth stopping in.

 

Intuition Ale Works was the first craft beer company in Florida to can and distribute its delectable beer concoctions all over the state of Florida. From Jackonsville’s friendly neighbors in Gainesville all the way down to Orlando and Tampa you can most likely find a can of Intuition beer. There are currently five different beers that are canned at Intuition, they include: Easy on the Eyes, I-10 IPA, King Street Stout, Job Boat Coast Ale, and last but surely not least the flagship People’s Pale Ale. The I-10 IPA is a timeless classic at Intuition, with its familiar yet friendly IPA taste. Each sip of this delightful IPA will have you smacking your lips with appreciation, and eager for more. Easy on the Eyes, another infamous brew located at Intuition is a personal favorite. There isn’t a single time that I visit this location that I don’t order it right off the bat. The aroma of Easy on the Eyes is similar to a freshly squeezed orange, yet has the crisp bitterness of a palatable IPA. A excellent mixture of yin and yang, you cannot go wrong with this beer.

 

 

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