With summer on the horizon, World of Beer is celebrating the season in the perfect way—with beer and craveable summer food favorites. For the first time, WOB is introducing a summertime menu that offers elevated twists and enhanced flavors on time-honored American dishes for the season, that were created to pair perfectly with seasonal craft beers.
World of Beer has signed a franchise agreement to expand internationally for the first time. The new tavern will be located in Shanghai, China, and is slated to open in the second quarter of this year.
This year, World of Beer continues on its mission to engage in and cultivate conversations around craft beer and food with the debut of the “Drink It Intern” program. Designed as more than just a summer job, the internship program will select three candidates to create content through one-of-a-kind experiences and establish strong connections in the brewery industry.
World of Beer, the Tampa-based craft tavern featuring 550-plus craft and international beers, has continued its aggressive expansion throughout the U.S. This past year highlighted the opening of 22 taverns with the projection of more than 100 more to be open by the end of 2016.
World of Beer will honor America’s heroes one beer at a time this Veterans Day. On November 11, World of Beer taverns nationwide are inviting all veterans and current servicemen and servicewomen to enjoy a free select draught beer by presenting a military ID, VA Card, or proof of service at World of Beer locations across the country, where legal.
As the season turns over into fall, Chef Mark Adair and the World of Beer staff are enjoying an elementary truth. With colder weather in sight, and events like Oktoberfest still lucid in patron’s minds, beers—and specifically pumpkin varieties—are even more coveted than usual.
Early next month, World of Beer will open its first location in New York City, a 5,000-square-foot space in Chelsea, six blocks from Madison Square Garden.The demographics of make Manhattan, as well as New Yorkers' love of craft beer, make it a favorable market for World of Beer, says Paul Avery, CEO of the 71-unit brand.
Despite its young history, the pilsner has become one of the world’s most popular yet least appreciated beer styles, inspiring countless interpretations of the original.From the Czech-brewed Pilsner Urquell that started it all to the earthy German pilsners and contemporary varieties by American craft brewers, World of Beer (WOB) is taking its guests on a four-week “Journey through Pilsners” directly from their barstools.
Bob Dorfman is a restaurant operator who tells it like it is."Five Guys is a very good store to operate, but it is also simplistic," says the former operator of 35 units of Five Guys Burgers and Fries across Florida, Ohio, and Texas.