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Ye Olde Brothers to host Mardi Gras Party

Let the good times roll! Ye Olde Brothers Brewery will be hosting their Mardi Gras Festival Saturday, Feb. 12 from 12-5 p.m. featuring Cajun food from Where Y’at Seafood Market & Restaurant and live music from Stevie Hall.

The event will be free to attend with free beer samples offered, and festive food may be purchased at the festival. You won’t want to miss the jambalaya or the gumbo, both made from Louisiana folks who guarantee authenticity.

Ye Olde Brothers is looking for local vendors to participate in the Mardi Gras Festival. If you are interested, please call 850-496-1245.

The events don’t stop there. Ye Olde Brothers will be having their annual Craft Beer Fest March 26, so mark your calendars now. Tickets will be made available soon on their website. Then April 30, the restaurant will be hosting a Kid’s House event. Stay tuned to the Ye Olde Brothers Facebook for details.

Ye Olde Brothers Brewery has been in business since 2015, and the popularity of the brewery and family-friendly restaurant continues to grow. It is located along Highway 87 in Holley, just a few minutes outside of Navarre.

Ye Olde Brothers is the place to be on weekends.

Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday mornings with bottomless mimosas or a Bloody Mary pitcher – each only $15.

The brewery-restaurant serves a delicious brunch menu, featuring brisket and western omelets, breakfast pizza made with homemade sausage and bacon gravy as the sauce and French toast made with thick Texas toast.
Ye Olde offers a great selection of craft beer and food. Brewed on-site, 16 of the 18 beers they sell on tap are their originals.

But it’s not just beer you will find at Ye Olde. Their pizza kitchen is open seven days a week. Delicious wood-fired oven pizza made with top quality ingredients, including homemade sauces and dough, is one of the menu’s biggest hits.

Manager Christy Skerrett started working at Ye Olde Brothers Brewery in March 2017 and has watched the brewery grow and evolve into what it is.

“We are making the brewing process as efficient as possible,” Skerrett said. Her favorite beer is their Raspberry Wheat, but she said they also serve a delicious Blueberry Wheat. Freshly smoked meat is available including ribs, pulled pork or brisket. And if you are looking for dessert after your meal, turtle cheesecake and apple cobbler with ice cream are among your choices.

Ye Olde is branching out into the catering realm and loves to help the community through fundraising efforts such as military appreciation causes and supporting first responders. They purchased a flat-top grill to make catering and mobilizing Ye Olde Brothers easier.

Though Ye Olde is on the northern edge of Navarre, the trip up the highway is one that is well worth it.

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