The Cayman Turtle Farm: Island Wildlife encounter carries the flag for Caymanian culture and is one of the must see attractions for any visitors to Cayman.
However, interacting with the turtles and experiencing Caymanian culture in an open air setting can be thirsty work. The perfect place to quench that thirst and to sit down for a bit to eat is Schooner’s Bar & Grill. An integral part of the Turtle Farm experience, Schooner’s serves up a selection of local dishes, giving tourists yet another taste of Cayman, while locals get to indulge in some of their favourite foods, all while surrounded by the great outdoors.
The deck boasts a great view over the snorkeling lagoon at the Turtle Farm, with fish and birds keeping nature close at hand, while the natural breezes keep everything cool. Of course, nothing can be better than experiencing all of this with a cold, local brew in hand.
Schooners proudly pours Caybrew, CayLight and Ironshore Bock for a full lineup of Cayman Islands Breweries beers on tap.
Cayman Islands Brewery products have been an integral part of Schooners from the very beginning, with the local taking pride of place at this showcase location from day one.
“It is a locally made product, and we try to keep everything here as traditional and local as we can, so Caybrew fits right in,” says Brian Barnes of Schooners.
In fact, Caybrew is the house beer, and has been doing very well for Schooners over the years.
“The tourists also love trying a local beer,” he says.
Of course, Cayman Islands Breweries’ environmental programmes make for an even better fit with the education and conservation work of the Turtle Farm – striving together to protect the environment in the Cayman Islands.