Meet the lineup

At Grayton, we believe beer has the ability to transcend location, bring people together, mute the superfluous, and allow us to slow down.  Life is full of moments, take pause and savor them. 



A classic amber ale. Balanced hop and malt character.


Full bodied and deep amber in color, 1890 Founder's Ale showcases its robust malt complexity with notes of caramel, toffee and roasted walnuts. American cascade hops are used to balance this beer with a bright, piney finish. 

Pairing: The roasted notes in this beer play well with grilled, smoked, or braised meats. A great dessert beer that will go well with apple pie, cobbler and other fall classics.

Serving Temperature: 45-50 Degrees
Glassware: Tulip

ABV: 6.1%
IBU: 42



A Belgian white. Pure refreshment. Hints of spice and citrus.


In South Walton we are home to a rare collection of 15 coastal dune lakes surrounded by white sand dunes that serve to store and filter water, eventually releasing their contents into the Gulf of Mexico. Found in only a handful of places around the world, we thought their ecological importance and rarity deserved to be honored with the name of our Witbier. 

White Dunes offers a unique relationship between complexity and refreshment. The color and body of this beer give way for having more than one, while the aroma and flavor profiles will fully engage the pallet in every way.

This beer achieves its unique mouthfeel and beautiful hazy color from malted wheat. The initial floral nuance slowly morphs to citrus with every sip. The medium body, signature tartness and unique spice and fruit characteristics, produce a highly complex drinking experience.

Pairing: The signature tartness will match well with the acidity of salads, medium to light textured fish, and rich creamy desserts. 

ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 18

Serving Temperature: 45-50 Degrees
Glassware: Weissbier



Classic American pale ale. Clean in taste. Gold in color.


In the long history of brewing, Pale Ale holds a proud position. Various forms of the Pale Ale have emerged but in the late 20th Century, U.S. craft brewers seized the style as their own. Bright lemon peel and orange notes with a pine undertone.This aromatic and complex beer boasts an array of citrus notes from American hops whose character is balanced by a slight malt sweetness and a dry finish that is guaranteed to make you want another.

Pairing: This beer goes perfectly with spicy foods such as gumbo, blackened fish, or buffalo wings. 

ABV: 5.6%
IBU: 49

Serving Temperature: 45-50 Degrees
Glassware: Nonic Pint



Assertively hoppy. Dangerously Balanced.


When brewing the most popular style in American craft beer, you have to take a unique approach. We gladly accepted that challenge and are excited for you to enjoy a fresh perspective on this great style. A full bodied, deep colored malt bill offers supreme balance while low sweetness allows the hop profile to shine as bright as the Florida sun. The hops selected for this beer offer fresh floral, herbal and spicy notes. Bright floral and herbal notes with undertones of spice and fruit. A robust hop profile is met with a clean and crisp finish that prepares the palate for the next round.

Pairing: The assertive bitterness of this beer serves to clean up spiciness in dishes such as Jambalaya, pad Thai or can embellish the experience of a classic American cheeseburger with sharp cheddar cheese.

ABV: 6.7%
IBU: 79

Serving Temperature: 45 Degrees
Glassware: Nonic Pint



Our coastal interpretation of a unique / antiquated German style.


Medieval German tradition and the Emerald Coast -- the ultimate aromatic and thirst-quenching mash up. A lively brew that's spicy, tart, fruity, and imbued with briny coastal breezes. The secret ingredient: salt harvested from the Gulf of Mexico by Gulf Coast Saltworks.

Fermented with both lactobacillus and ale yeast, this brew boats a bevy of juxtaposed flavors. The low pH during fermentation causes the yeast to create unusual esters remise of apricots and peaches while the spicy citrus characters stem from the coriander added to the whirlpool.

Pairing: Traditionally, this style would have been enjoyed by the gallon with rich German pork and potato dishes. The acidity and citrus help to cut through these fatty dishes. These elements also offer a wonderful compliment to creamy deserts such as cheesecake or bread pudding.

ABV: 4.6%
IBU: 12

Serving Temperature: 45 Degrees
Glassware: Tulip



The perfect beach beer. Crisp and dry with a fruity sweetness.


Life shines on Scenic Highway 30A. But 30A is much more than a strand of idyllic beach villages along Florida's Gulf Coast. Crisp fruit notes and a slight malt sweetness. This light-bodied blonde ale greets your palate with a subtle citrus nuance and mild malt sweetness. 30A Beach Blonde Ale is a refreshing and sessionable ale that conjures up that relaxed coastal attitude anytime, anywhere. So kick off your flip-flops, grab a cold 30A Beach Blonde Ale, and relax. Slow down, you're here.

Pairing: Summer salad with fruits, nuts, and a light dressing. Also pairs well with ceviche or chips and salsa.

ABV: 4.6%
IBU: 13

Serving Temperature: 40 Degrees
Glassware: Pilsner



The perfect beach beer. I belong with a permit to the beach and good company.


Year-round permit to the Emerald Coast, where worries roll out on the tide, rays embrace you, and breezes whisper sweet nothings in your ear -- and that's only the first sip. Mild malt sweetness and citrus undertones pair nicely with languid days and good company.

Citrus flavors and mild malt sweetness are perfectly balanced with smooth bitter undertones resulting in a light-bodied, refreshing ale that will remind you of the Northwest Florida coast where it was brewed.

Pairing: This light-bodied brew is an excellent addition to any cookout, picnic, BBQ or beach party and pairs

ABV: 4.6%
IBU: 13

Serving Temperature: 40 Degrees
Glassware: Pilsner