August 11, 2020

Our favorite breweries in Wynwood and our favorite pours

wynwood breweries

Veza Sur Brewing Co.

One of the trendiest spots in Wynwood, especially for those craving an ice-cold beer, is Veza Sur Brewing Co. There are a lush outdoor area and an indoor bar that feels like you’re in a cozy library. In true Miami fashion, the beers are made with a bit of Latin flair — expect flavors like guava, lychee, and mango to be very prominent in many of these beers. For those who don’t love beer, the menu features beer cocktails made with local ingredients like the Shoot the Moon made with Guava Berliner Weisse mixed with fresh Florida citrus, house-brewed Campari, and mint.

Our favorite pours:

Per’La Coffee Porter - A traditional porter, cold-infused with a custom blend of medium and dark roasted Brazilian coffee from local coffee roaster Per’La Specialty Roasters. Its rich and smooth roast flavor that perfectly combines your afternoon coffee with a very satisfying beer.
Lulo Sour - A refreshing sour that surprises with a boost of fruity aromas. It starts fruity-sweet and then turns into a slightly tart and sour finish staying true to Lulo: a Colombian original.

Concrete Beach Brewery

Tucked into the warehouses of Wynwood is Concrete Beach Brewery. This brewery is filled with rotating artwork that’s for sale, making it a quintessential brewery for the Wynwood area. Enjoy your Miami made beer with a side of weekly specials like Trivia Mondays, Comedy Tuesdays, Fill-up Fridays (50% of growlers), and live music throughout the weekend. For those who are interested in learning how the beer-making magic happens, Concrete Beach offers daily tours of the brewery.

Our favorite pours:

Havana Lager - Easy-drinking and smooth, this beer pours brightly. It’s a gorgeous sunburst-orange with toasted malt characteristics and just a bit of sweetness.
Rose Ale - Perfect for those easing into drinking beer, or even those who appreciate a crisp glass of rose. It’s made with a touch of tannins, a splash of Zinfandel grape, a hint of blueberry and subtle sweetness.

J Wakefield Brewing

Beer drinking Star Wars lovers will find happiness at J. Wakefield Brewing as this spot is home to a 15-barrel brewhouse and walls covered in Star Wars decor by local artists. J Wakefield Brewing is known for its special use of local ingredients that are used in each of their brews, like Gewurztraminer grapes, mangos, Masumoto Family Farm peaches, Walkers Wine Family secret house Rose grape juice blend and Ancho chili peppers. Many of these ingredients are found in their rotating seasonal beers.

Our favorite pours:

El Jefe - A traditional German Hefeweizen in its core, but with the addition of fresh coconut flakes for a taste of South Florida and its beautiful surrounding beaches.
Dodgeball Series: Duck - Duck IPA is a part of J Wakefield’s Dodgeball Series. This Northeastern style India Pale Ale was brewed with 100% Hellertau Blanc hops, hand-selected by Head Brewer Maria.

Wynwood Brewing Company

Just across 5th Avenue in Wynwood, you’ll find Wynwood Brewing Company. It’s the very first craft brewery to come to Miami. The beers have creative names inspired by the family who owns the brewery and Magic City its in like Father Francisco, Magic City Pale Ale, and Lock On.

Our favorite pours:

La Rubia - Possibly one of the most well-known beers at Wynwood Brewing Company — this blonde ale can be found at the brewery and in restaurants and bars all over Miami.
Laces - Inspired by the many dangling shoes throughout Wynwood, this IPA has hints of tropical fruits and citrus notes. It a perfect everyday drinking beer.

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