Miami is an awesome place to live in and to visit. The great weather and thriving cultural scene make it exciting every time of year. But while the warm weather is great – the heat can be unbearable. When that’s the case, nothing satisfies like a locally brewed craft beer. Like beer? Why not visit some of Miami’s best breweries this fall?
Concrete Beach Brewery
If you’re looking to visit Miami’s best breweries, look in a city full of small breweries, Concrete Beach. It is the behemoth few can rival. An offshoot of Boston Brewing – the parent company of Sam Adams – Concrete Beach is seemingly the go-to brewery for anyone looking for a refreshing drink in Wynwood. Even if the brewery isn’t throwing one of its famed block parties in the spacious tap room for Oktoberfest, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, or another festive holiday, there’s always something going on for visitors to enjoy in the be spacious and inviting inside and outside bar. If you’re a sports fan, Concrete Beach runs a tailgate party every Sunday. It features a rotating selection of local food vendors and a protector showcasing the big games!
No matter what the event, the beers on tap at Concrete Beach are worth the visit on their own! From the amazing Stiltsville Pilsner – named after the Miami landmark – and Pisco Sour Berliner to their Floridafest Marzen and the award-winning Havana Lager – a bronze medal winner at the 2018 World Beer Cup – there’s something to satisfy every taste at Concrete Beach!
Wynwood brewery is one of the finest breweries in Wynwood. It is an ode to everything that’s great about this uniquely Miami area. It’s decorated with Miami-centric murals and featuring spray can beer taps. Wynwood is an ode to the street-art capital of the city.
The first craft brewery in the area, Wynwood Brewery has one simple objective: bring fresh, delicious and creative beers to thirsty South Floridians and tourists alike. The La Rubia Blonde Ale is the standard bearer of excellence – a light, well-balanced beer that still has enough of a flavor punch to keep you excited – but don’t miss out on the Pops Porter, which won a gold medal at the Great American Beer Fest!
Veza Sur, also in Wynwood, is a collaboration between Bogota Beer Company and 10 Barrel Brewing from Oregon. Bringing together the exciting flavors of Latin America, Veza Sur’s magnificent beers reproduce the tantalizingly light and warm-weather inspired flavors of South America!
If you are looking to head south without leaving Miami, Veza Sur’s Brazilian-inspired Chopp is a refreshing lager meant to be enjoyed several at a time. Served below freezing and featuring a massive three-inch head, this tipple is the perfect representation of Brazilian beer culture. If you want something with a sharper edge, Latin Lager has a sharp, bitter taste. That perfectly cuts through Miami’s sticky weather!
For foodies, Veza Sur features the food truck Chi-Fa, boasting an impressive selection of Sino-Peruvian cosine that perfectly pairs with the brewery’s offerings. Chinese-Peruvian food is a delicious fusion cosine, popular in Peru and gaining traction here in South Florida – don’t miss it!
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