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I was so excited to try this new brewery in Southwest Florida! We went over in December this past year – before their Grand Opening. We visited twice during their soft opening and were really impressed!
Unlike a lot of breweries we visit, this one is open seven days a week. That is really good news if you are only in the Naples area for a short visit. It is also good news because every now and then, you want to hang out and have a beer on a typically slow day, like Monday. Different days also tend to have a completely different crowd and feel.
The brewery’s goal is to have 20 different beers on tap at any given time. That’s a pretty impressive number for a rather small brewery! As usual, we each got a flight of beers so that we could sample more of them. I was really impressed with more than a handful of beers – which is unusual for me (because I like wheats and saisons and most microbreweries focus on IPAs) and made me super happy!
Access to this brewery is good since it is found off a busy road (Immokalee) and not too far from Tamiami Trail. Bone Hook is located in a small strip mall, which could make it easy to miss if you’re not paying attention. There are a few restaurants in the same strip, so you can have food with your tall cool drink. I did not see any food trucks or indication on their calendar that they would be hosting any, but since they have access to other food sources, that explains it.
Because Bone Hook is located in a strip mall though, parking can be difficult depending on when you go. If it is at a time that the other businesses are also busy, like dinner, then you may end up parking far away. The inside of the brewery feels a little bit small, but they make good use of every inch. They placed a few small tables outside, which helped for those who wanted more air, but I don’t know how useful they will be in the middle of summer.
We went late at night, so it was pretty crowded both times. Age groups were pretty varied, although it did look like a lot of date nights or groups of friends out for the night. I did not see any children or dogs, something I see pretty commonly at other breweries, no matter what time we go. It could have had something to do with the location or the size of the establishment because there isn’t any room for kids or animals to run around outside.
Huge props to whoever decided to also offer a handful of wines for those who don’t like beer. I’m a beer person, but my mom is a wine person. When places offer both, it makes us both happy!
Not only is this brewery open on Mondays (pretty rare) but they also have a special called “Make My Monday” where full pours are $4 from 3-7pm. Some nights they have live music. I’m sure as time passes, they will add other activities to their calendar.
Check out their website.
Let me know if you’ve been to Bone Hook and what was your impression.
So far, this has got to be my favorite Naples brewery due to the variety of beers!