Self-Guided Tour Of Miami's Best Breweries

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One Day Brewery Itinerary: A Self-Guided Tour of Some of Miami's Best Breweries

For craft beer lovers, Miami has become a must-visit travel destination where local breweries are taking the beer scene by storm. The city is home to a wide variety of craft beer breweries and pubs, serving up an array of carefully crafted brews to locals and visitors alike. Choosing the best breweries in Miami is no easy task, especially as the list of solid options continues to grow.

Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood has earned a special spot in the hearts of beer aficionados, thanks to its high concentration of well-loved breweries. With so many great breweries in the area, you can easily enjoy a day-long brewery tour on foot. Here’s a handy guide to the best breweries in Wynwood, organized into an easily walkable route that you can use for your self-guided tour.

Don Deo Brewing Bar & Gril

The first stop on the tour of Wynwood’s top breweries is Don Deo Brewing Bar & Grill, located at 275 NE 18th Street, Unit 107, home to the largest selection of craft beer on tap on Biscayne Boulevard. Located just east of Biscayne Park, Don Deo Brewing is the perfect place to kick off your experience. The doors open at noon every day, so you can easily claim your table during the lunchtime hour. Choose from a well-rounded beer list that includes favorites like Petite Sour Peach, Oatmeal Stout, and The Wizard. Don Deo Brewing also has a great lineup of food, so you can fuel up for your walking tour with delicious options like Angus sliders, artisanal charcuterie boards, and more.

KUSH

Once you’ve wrapped up your meal at Don Deo, KUSH is just a 10-minute walk away, located at 2003 North Miami Avenue in Wynwood. A half-mile stroll will take you to 20th Street and Miami Avenue, where you’ll easily spot the bright white building that houses KUSH Wynwood. Focusing on impeccably-crafted beers and locally-sourced food, KUSH is a proud part of the Miami community, dedicated to pleasing beer geeks and brew newbies alike. There’s a rotating menu of local draft beers, as well as a handful of permanent fixtures like Twisted Trunk Watermelon Saison and Funky Buddha Floridian. If your crew is still hungry after lunch, order some share-friendly appetizers from the KUSH menu – for a truly Floridian experience, try the fried alligator bites or conch salad.

Veza Sur Brewing

After you pay the tab at KUSH, head north a few blocks to the next brewery stop, Veza Sur Brewing, located at 55 NW 25th Street. This self-described Latin craft beer brewery creates some of Miami’s most well-known beers, including Lulo Sour, Guava Sour, Mangolandia (a mango-infused blonde ale), and Chopp Dark Lager. You’ll find everything from India pale ales and lagers to porters, with something to suit every beer drinker’s preference. If your group already satisfied their appetites for food, consider enjoying a mid-afternoon treat in the form of Veza Sur’s cinnamon ice cream topped with charred pineapple, animal cookies, and a deliciously rich beer syrup.

J. Wakefield Brewing

J. Wakefield Brewing is only about a block south of Veza Sur, located at 120 NW 24th Street, putting it within minutes when traveling on foot. Inspired by the dynamic, fun-loving feel of comic book culture, this local spot offers a mix of core beers and special seasonal selections. Try the 24th Street brown ale, the Amber Waves amber ale, or the Hops 4 Teacher IPA, or take a fun flavor gamble with any one of the many other options. If you want to take a few brews to enjoy another time, you can browse a limited but well-rounded selection of brews in bottles, cans, and growlers.

Concrete Beach Brewery

Just a few minutes northeast you’ll find the next stop on the Wynwood brewery tour, Concrete Beach Brewery, located at 325 NW 24th Street. This Miami hot spot is a fixture in the city’s craft beer scene, earning major props for its exquisitely crafted brews. The beer menu switches things up from time to time, but you can typically count on a few regulars: Havana Lager, Mas Hops, and the unique, rosé-inspired Rosé Ale. Concrete Beach’s social hall hosts a constantly changing lineup of local food vendors, serving up everything from barbecue to empanadas, so you can grab a bite to eat if you’re feeling hungry.

Wynwood Brewing Company

Wrap up the brewery tour at Wynwood Brewing Company, just steps away from Concrete Beach and located at 565 NW 24th Street. Considered Miami’s first craft production brewery, Wynwood Brewing Company hosts a 15-barrel brewhouse and distributes their beloved beers all over the city. Sample a core beer like Pop’s Porter or Father Francisco, then snag yourself a souvenir beer glass before heading out so you can commemorate your Miami craft beer experience.

Make Miami Your Next Craft Beer Destination

The city of Miami has quickly made a name for itself on the craft beer scene as home to a slew of innovative brewers and passionate beer experts. Whether you’re a casual beer drinker or consider yourself a true beer connoisseur, this seaside city has plenty of on-tap options you’re sure to enjoy. Next time you’re ready to enjoy a freshly-poured, ice-cold brew, choose Miami as your craft beer destination.

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