Prime Number
Orlando Magazine|December 2016

At Ten10, they know your name—and how to create some killer brews.

Dante Lima

IF PASSING A pint of freshly brewed beer across a counter can serve as a handshake, then the folks at Ten10 Brewing Company are outstanding at welcoming folks to the Mills 50 District. The idea of a neighborhood bar is well worn—the “place where everybody knows your name.” But the idea of a neighborhood brewery? That’s still pretty new everywhere, and especially in Orlando. When owners Mike Wallace and Patrick McPherson set out to open Ten10, that’s exactly what they wanted.

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