Originally built in 1938 as a service station, the building at 9th and Main reflects a bit of the Art Deco style of the times with its curved front windows. It has sat empty until 2009, waiting for someone with the vision to return it to use. Now, Strings Sports Brewery is born! Stay tuned for new developments as the project progresses!


String Music Blonde Ale

Humbly named after the sound the net makes every time “String” shoots the basketball. You know the crisp sound of “nothin’ but net” we’re talking about!

Red Caps Red Ale

Named in honor of the baseball team known as the Jacksonville Red Caps of the Negro American League. The team, based out of Jacksonville from 1938-1942, played at Durkee Field, which is now known as J.P. Small Park.

Birdie Holler Belgian Wit

The Adeeb family has called Waynesville, NC their second home for years and it’s there you’ll find their favorite golf course, Waynesville Country Club. If you have ever sliced on Carolina Hole 1, you know not to panic because you’re in Birdie Holler!

Craven Cottage Oatmeal Stout

Named in honor of the home pitch to London’s Fulham Football Club known as Craven Cottage. The original cottage was built in 1780 by William Craven but didn’t open until 1896 as a football stadium. Jacksonville Jaguars owner, Mr. Shad Khan purchased Fulham FC in 2013.

Section 215 American IPA

The Adeeb family and friends have called Section 215 home most Sunday’s during the fall for almost a decade. DUUUVAL!

Bullet Bob Hazy IPA

Named after Jacksonville native, Robert Lee “Bullet Bob” Hayes was an Olympic sprinter turned American Football wide receiver. The Matthew Gilbert High School Alumnus is the only athlete to win an Olympic Gold Medal and a Superbowl ring.


Trevor Adeeb Brewer

Since a child, Trevor has been attending Jacksonville Jaguars games with his dad. Now older and a season ticket holder, Trevor considers himself one of the biggest fans in the city. An avid golfer, you can frequently find Trevor at Jacksonville area golf courses. With a patient and meticulous personality, Trevor has a knack for creating quality beer.


Colby Adeeb Brewer

Growing up in Neptune Beach, Colby has been a Jacksonville Jaguars fan from a young age and has been a season ticket holder himself for seven years and counting. Colby is very involved in the Crossift community and enjoys the thrill of competition. With an active personality, Colby loves the hands-on element of brewing beer.


Scott Adeeb "String"

Scotty was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL and is a true family man. He has been married for 30 years and is excited to open this brewery with his two sons. Scotty’s parents grew up in Springfield and both attended Kirby Smith Jr. High and Andrew Jacksonville High School. Furthermore, Scotty is keeping with family tradition in regards to business ownership in the Jacksonville area. His father owned The 3 Jays restaurant in Springfield in 1941 and continued to go on to own numerous restaurants in Jacksonville. Scotty’s brothers, Barry and Joe own the Beach Diner’s and Bono’s, respectively. Personally, Scotty has owned the Bono’s on San Pablo since 2006 and has always had a passion to be his own boss. Scotty says, “I’m excited to bring this full circle with my family and help rebuild Springfield.”


Patrick Dillon Executive Chef

A Jacksonville Beach, FL native, Patrick began his career in F&B at age 16 as a busser at a local restaurant. He worked in the industry through high school and college years but didn’t fall in love with food until several years later after taking a hiatus from the kitchen. He was inspired by the craft and began studying books and shows only to realize it was what he would want to pursue for the rest of his life. Patrick worked his way up to sous chef in several restaurants, including The Rebel House in Boca Raton, Florida. Patrick then took his talents to Charleston in the summer of 2016 and began working at Edmund’s Oast. Shortly thereafter he was promoted to sous chef.

Patrick is excited to return to his hometown and do more of what he loves on a whole new level. As the Executive Chef of Strings Street Fare, Patrick looks to bring a new perspective to Jacksonville’s culinary community. He looks forward to developing relationships with local farmers and purveyors to showcase the freshest and finest ingredients Northeast Florida has to offer. He will use these relationships along with his talents to create an eclectic, constantly evolving menu that is fun and approachable.

In his spare time, he and his fiancée enjoy cooking at home, going to farmers markets, and cheering for his beloved Jacksonville Jaguars.


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String Sports Brewery
1850 N Main Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206