Artisan Market at Crooked Can Brewing Company
Artisan Market at Crooked Can Brewing Company. The Crooked Can Brewing Company is rooted in the founders’ passion for delicious craft beer. This local craft brewery was built inside the Plant Street Market, an indoor Farmers’ Market consisting of over 20 vendors that focus on local artisan products including retail, food, and beverages.
Crooked Can Brewing Company
Wispy green oaks and old Florida charm make Crooked Can Brewing Company and Plant St. Market the perfect place to visit. Stop by and grab a local beer with us, host an event in our unique Orlando event venue, or check out the delicious, locally sourced fare at Plant St. Market! Either way, we always get our guests to smile and have fun.
The theme to this unique concept was to create a casual social gathering place for family and friends. The brewery’s culture fosters a free-spirited, laid-back approach by enjoying the little things such as a good beer in great company to create a purposeful way of life.
Crooked Can’s venue space has a flexible layout which features an indoor brewery and multiple tap rooms, an indoor market and multiple outdoor patio spaces that can host up to 2,500 reception style.
Located in the Historic District of Downtown Winter Garden, Plant Street Market is one of the best new places to host events in the Greater Orlando area. Anchored by Crooked Can Brewing Company, guests enjoy over 15 unique craft beers on tap including multiple local favorites. Whether you are hanging out inside the authentic taproom surrounded by amazing stainless-steel brewery equipment or relaxing on the oak-lined brick paver patio, there is a comfortable spot for everyone. Plant Street Market is like an indoor farmer’s market consisting of over 20 vendors that focus on local artisan products including retail, food, and beverages.
Crooked Can was started in 2014 by Sheeter, Jared Czachorowski and Robert Scott. That group built a 12,000-square-foot facility plus an 8,000-square-foot patio in Winter Garden, Florida.
The so-named Plant Street Market houses 17 vendors, including both goods merchants and eateries in addition to the brewery. “This is going to be a mirror to that,” Fry said. “It’ll combine food and retail vendors alongside the brewery. There will be multiple reasons for people to come in.”
The group first looked in Dublin for a potential landing spot until Hilliard, which owns that Center Street site, approached. The beer recipes will be the same as Crooked Can in Florida. The expectation is to have 12 on tap at any given time with a core of six to eight beers, plus seasonals. Sours and cider will be sold as well.
426 W. Plant St. Winter Garden, FL 34787
Hours: Sun-Thurs : 11:00AM – 11:00PM
Fri-Sat : 11:00AM – 12:00AM
Bar: (407) 395-9520
Market: (407) 395-9520
Events: (407) 456-7144
So Many Options All Under One Roof?
With an authentic taproom and Crooked Can Brewery, Plant St. Market is a favorite hangout for locals and visitors! Charming oak trees form a shaded canopy over an artfully designed, red-bricked marketplace buzzing with activity. Our Winter Garden event venue offers lots of space inside and outside on our patio. With the perfect atmosphere for Winter Garden community events, you can always find something going on both inside and outside!
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