Saint Arnold Brewing Co. (www.saintarnold.com), the oldest craft brewery in Texas, has announced its long-awaited expansion to Miami. The decision comes nearly a year and a half after Saint Arnold first established a presence in the Florida panhandle and along the Florida Gulf Coast.
Wynwood Brewing Company has taken Miami by storm, first with their opening, then with their Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal. Now the Miami craft brewery has their eye to the horizon in a different way: Wynwood beer will soon be available as part of a partnership with the Norwegian Cruise Line. With the partnership in place, Wynwood Brewing would have an exclusive beer and some guest taps on board the Norwegian ship “Escape.”
Fresh on the heels of another Miami brewery’s soft opening, MIA Brewing Company of Doral has announced that they will soft open this weekend.
From MIA Brewing’s Facebook page:
It has been a long time in coming with several teases along the way, but after a successful CrowdBrewed campaign, several months of waiting, and a mural or two, J. Wakefield Brewery announced their soft opening.
When blog FirstWeFeast posted their list of twelve breweries to see before death, there were few surprises at the top: Ale Apothecary in Bend, Oregon; Brasserie Cantillon in Brussels, Belgium; Rodenbach in Roeselare, Belgium; but the only brewery mentioned in the southeastern United States is one that is not open yet in south Florida.