Wynwood Breweries

In this episode I am in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami. In case you didn’t know South Florida is a hotspot for micro breweries and here in Wynwood we are lucky enough have three of them. Here are the three Wynwood breweries!


First up is Wynwood Brewing, Miami’s first craft production brewery. We had a chance to see the bottling process and their experimental side of the brewery. Now it’s time to try some of their delicious beers.

Michelle Fernandez, the GM of the Tap Room takes of through a bit of the history of the brewery. I tried of a few of their beers and there Gold-Medal winning beer the Pop’s Porter, it is so good!

Next up is Concrete Beach Brewery, they make beers inspired by the culture and flavors of Miami. Jesse Morris the Keeper of the House explains to us about what Concrete Beach Brewery is all about.

After taking a quick tour of the brewery we dive in and try a flight of beer. The first one is the Stiltsville Pilsner, their flagship beer, Miami Gras and two IPA’s. I love IPA’s!!

Lastly we visit J Wakefield brewery, they are famous for their Florida Weiss Sour Beers! Jonathon Wakefield the founder explains to us the concept behind the brewery. They focus on sour beers and combine them with local fruit.

The first beer I tried was El Jefe, their flagship beer. It’s delicious, if you love Coconut then you have to try this beer! Also their limited edition dreamsicol is soo good! Imagine a dozen different flavors hitting you at one time!

Production by Carlos de Varona from Chromahouse.

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Those were the three Wynwood breweries! When you come to Miami you have to visit. Please comment below if you love beer!

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  1. williams alfie says:

    Really wynwood is the best place to enjoy delicious beer! I have also tried wynwood craft beer in different flavor at the butcher shop during my trip. Thanks for this information; I will try these beers on my next visit!

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