On the Ale Trail: Prosperity Brewers

February 14, 2020

In this series, we’ll be chatting with local brewmasters about their beers, the local craft brewing scene, and what every visitor should do while they’re here.

There are breweries big and small on the Ale Trail of The Palm Beaches. Then there’s Prosperity Brewers, a nano-brewery – even smaller than a microbrewery – that lives by the credo “go small or go home.”

Situated among designers and creative workspaces in a warehouse district known as ROC Urban in Boca Raton, Prosperity has an intimate, 3.5-barrel brewhouse that allows them to brew about 110 gallons per batch. Brewing “for a family, not an army” gives them flexibility to produce small batches and play with interesting flavors and twists on classic styles. Their menu is divided into the “Usual Suspects,” like their Intra-KOLSCH-tal Kolsch, and “Here and There” options, like their Jack Talk Thai Guava Sour – both of which are featured on ever-changing taps alongside a handful of guest beers.   

Dominick “DP” Peri is co-founder of Prosperity Brewers. After working in the hospitality industry for many years, he turned from his passion for wine to the calling of artisan ales. Intrigued by the craft beer movement after working with Cisco Brewers in Nantucket, his curiosity piqued upon discovering the San Diego beer scene in 2014. Soon after, he began the project of Prosperity Brewers with co-founder Ken Gross, and by 2017 the two were brewing in their current space. 
We chatted with Dominick about Prosperity, and about the exploding craft beer scene in The Palm Beaches:

1. Describe your brewery in five words. 

1. Fun
2. Comfortable
3. Friendly
4. Local
5. Delicious

2. What sets your brewery apart from others on the Ale Trail? 

It is small, intimate and relaxed, on the east side of town. 
Prosperity Brewery Taps
Photo by Cristyle Egitto

3. Tell us about your signature beer (or beers). 

We have found a few favorites that we like to consider the usual suspects: ClutchPlate American IPA
Intra-KÖLSCH-tal Blonde Ale
PUBLAND English Mild (Amber)
Green Screen Hazy IPA
TANG Tangerine Berliner Weisse  

4. What types of styles or flavors do you like to experiment with? Any unusual ingredients you’ve used? 

We have developed a reputation for consistently brewing new beers. Our diminutive size has allowed us to constantly create new recipes and new flavors.
Inside table at Prosperity Brewery
Photo by Cristyle Egitto

5. What should people know about the craft beer scene in The Palm Beaches?

Palm Beach is where it’s at, and the craft movement is blowing up here! Our game is as strong as anywhere else in the country. Support your local brewer.

6. What is the perfect beer to drink on a sunny day?

Intra-KÖLSCH-tal Blonde (4.8% ABV) is the perfect Florida beer… anytime, anywhere. 

7. Where was the last great local meal you had (and what was it)?

Brunch at Oceans234 in Deerfield Beach.

8. Describe your perfect day in The Palm Beaches. 

Brewery hopping and visiting my friends that own the 21 breweries in The Palm Beaches!

9. What are the three things you’d tell a first-time visitor to Prosperity Brewing?

1. Tank (our English Bulldog mascot) is the real brewery owner.
2. It’s only hard to find the first time you visit.
3. After the first visit, we’ll see you again soon! 
Tank the bulldog at Prosperity Brewery
Photo by Cristyle Egitto

Ready to Visit?

Prosperity Brewers is open Monday through Friday 5–11 p.m., Saturday noon–11 p.m. and Sunday noon–7 p.m. They welcome a lineup of food trucks most nights of the week and offer a packed calendar of events, from weekly trivia nights and bingo to monthly donut pairings and Sunday Fundays.
The taproom is relaxed and inviting, with a “come as you are” dress code and family- and dog-friendly policies. They offer memberships which include a handful of benefits, from free swag to free birthday beers and lounge rentals. You can take crowlers and growlers to go, but chances are you’ll want to stick around. 
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Cristyle Egitto
Cristyle Egitto is a South Florida native, born in Miami, raised in Palm Beach and educated at the University of Florida. She founded the food blog EatPalmBeach in 2013 as a way to discover restaurants and culinary talents in the area while supporting local businesses. Her writing has appeared in various publications, and she has been featured on local TV and in multiple magazines.