FLAGSHIP BEERS

SHARK BAIT

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A smooth wheat ale that pours a clean deep golden hue. Aromas of light grains with lemony notes on the nose. Finishing with a tropical fruit finish.

BIG ROD

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A Classic Blonde Ale with generous additions of coconut and sweet caramel malts giving the beer a delightful tropical character. 

MIAMI VICE

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American Indian Pale Ale that pours a light straw color with a fluffy white head. Light crips and citrus aromas on a malty backbone with fruity hop notes on the nose.

GATOR TAIL

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American Brown Ale that pours a deep brown velvety and creamy head. Roast aromas of coffee and chocolate carry to the flavors.

SEASONAL BEERS

KROME AVE.

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Our lightest Wheat Ale is crisp and refreshing to the last drop.

CUTLER BAY BLONDE

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A slightly sweet and flavorful Blonde Ale with a clean  finish.

CAFE CON LECHE

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Creamy, Sweet Stour with a subtle hint of french vanilla that acts like a creamer to the beer's roasted  coffee finish.

DADDY'S PORTER

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A light bodied Porter with coffee and chocolate notes ending with a smooth Caramel finish.

IMPERIAL RUSSIAN STOUT

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Aged in Jack Daniels Barrels, this Imperial Russian Stout starts with a touch of pumpkin and ends with a slight sour finish.

BEACH BLONDE ALE

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A tingle is in the wind and its name is Habanero. That is what you will be thinking on first sniff. It has a unholy combination of Asian fruit & fire.

 

Brew in Miami: Tropical fruit beer at Miami Brewing Co.

This week Miami Herald food editor Evan Benn chats with Miami Brewing Co.'s Peter Schnebly about adding tropical fruits to his line of beer. Benn also speaks with Total Wine and More's Ed Roberts. 

A quick interview with Miami Brewing Company owner, Peter Schnebly. Learn about the first craft brewery in Miami-Dade and the brews they offer. 

 The Craft Beer Geek reviews Miami Brewing Company’s Miami Vice IPA,  from Homestead Florida. Episode #384