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Triton networks with LauderAle Brewery on Jan. 20

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Date(s) - Jan 20, 2016
06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

LauderAle Brewery


Triton networks on Jan. 20 with LauderAle Brewery in Ft. Lauderdale

2016 is the year of networking at The Triton. We are dedicated this year to helping people better communicate, make more contacts, and build their network of sources and clients.

Watch for our new Triton Conversation Cards at this networking event, an excuse to reach beyond your circle of friends and contacts to talk to people you don’t know. Everyone at our events has a nametag with a boat or business name on it. Keep an eye out for crew or companies you want to meet, and ask them these fun and intriguing questions.

Make it a goal to meet three new people at this event, and let us know how it goes for you (

Join Triton networking with LauderAle Brewery on Jan. 20 in Ft. Lauderdale. Celebrate the new year and the new Triton format and design which displays news and feature stories in full color. Visit the brewery in Port Everglades and catch up with colleagues in the industry and until then, learn more from Kyle Jones. Jones is owner and operations manager and Joey Farrell is owner and CFO.
“But, we all do everything,” Jones said.

Q. How did LauderAle Brewery come about?
Just like every other killer idea, LauderAle was conceived over a few beers at the local craft beer bar, Tap 42. We talked about inventions, like reinventing the post office and came up with a brewery. What do we call it? We came up with LauderAle in about five minutes. It’s an awesome name.
Q. Did you know about brewing beer?
No. We started in my kitchen, then moved to Joey’s garage, then to a warehouse with a 45-gallon system.
We opened in July 2013. Now, we have upgraded and we’re still growing. We both collaborate on the recipes.
Q. What’s next?
We start distribution on Jan. 19 back at Tap 42, it just makes sense.
Q. What are your backgrounds?
Joey and I are both Fort Lauderdale natives, born at Broward General hospital. We’re both into boating and have spent a lot of time in Florida and the Bahamas fishing and diving all of our lives. Joey is also a pilot, and lots of our customers are in the yachting or maritime industry.
Q. What’s the Mug Club we hear about?
The mug club, actually called Captains Club, is basically a rewards program for our regular customers. They receive a custom beer mug which stays at the brewery. When they come in they receive larger pours for the same price. Captains Club members also get first access to special release beers and events. We’ve also had a launch event and will be having a semi-annual event this Sunday (Jan.16) free of charge for members. The cost last year was $50 per person and we’ll open up the membership again at our two year anniversary party in July.
Q. I hear you are opening a second location on SE 17th Street in Ft. Lauderale. Tell us about that.
Right now, we are just planning on opening a second location; however we aren’t ready to start talking about it.
Q. How do people find your location?
We tell people to go to our website, and click the link to Google maps. Part of the fun is trying to get here. People that make it here are up for a challenge and that gives us a unique crowd. They didn’t stumble upon it, they went out of their way to find it.

Join networking on Jan. 20 at LauderAle where captains, crew and industry professionals will be offered a free beer and a pizza snack. Even pets are welcome, according to Jones.

For more information contact, 3305 SE 14th Ave, Fort Lauderdale (33316), +1 954-653-9711.

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