90 Mile

In the early 1960’s Cubans began to flee their homeland from an oppressive communist government. They crossed the 90 miles of ocean to Florida where they found the United States waiting to accept and help them. In 2014, while a couple of Cuban descendants tried to open up their brewery (NightLife) a couple of Americans opened up their doors and …

Gunfighter Blonde

1920, the Volstead Act becomes national law.  Prohibition begins, the death of the legal brewing and distilling culture in the United States is in full swing, but a new power is on the rise.  The Mob became so engrossed in the illegal production of booze that it almost seems as if prohibition was just a myth.  However business seldom ran …

Spitfire Redhead

The sailing age, an age of wonder and exploration. This is the time when freedom laid not in some foreign land, but instead on the high seas, though this freedom did not come without peril.  From 1650’s to the mid 1700’s the Caribbean and coasts of Florida were havens for some of the most dangerous people to roam the open …