Lots going on in the Wynwood area of Miami recently – several breweries garnering attention for beers and releases. This morning’s update comes from Concrete Beach Brewery about a few beers being released this week and a new canned beer on the horizon.
J. Wakefield Brewing made news in the local newspapers when their beer made it on tap at Hard Rock Stadium (formerly Joe Robbie Stadium – where the Miami Dolphins play), and now the Miami craft brewery has given some details of their upcoming bottle release.
Saltwater Brewery of Delray Beach has been receiving a lot of press for the edible sixpack rings they are rolling out. Saltwater’s year-round offerings have been anchored by Screamin’ Reels IPA and Sea Cow Milk Stout, but soon there will be a third ale in the core offerings, making this a trinity: LocAle Session Ale. Clocking in at 4.7% alcohol, LocAle is a lighter ale and will pair well with the hot outdoor Florida season.
Orchid Island Brewery of Vero Beach has a lot to celebrate as their second birthday approaches. Their Star Ruby was listed as classic Florida IPA to try for IPA Day. Their brilliant Grove-to-Glass concept has evolved into an expanded brewery and a numerous citrus-infused beers that illustrate the unique citrus industry of Florida’s east coast. While they could rest on their laurels, Orchid Island Brewery will celebrate their upcoming milestone by releasing Spectrum Triple IPA.
Naples Beach Brewery, southwest Florida’s first craft brewery, has been adding on to their brewery and growing for some time now. This week, the brewery shared a bottle release and exciting footage of their canning line in operation.
The imperial stout was so popular that it got its own once-a-year release day, now Due South Brewing is announcing the release of two variants of their popular Mariana Trench Imperial Stout.
From Due South Brewing: