This Saturday stop by Wynwood Brewing Company’s Taproom

Article by Jen Mangham

Beginning this Saturday at 5 p.m., everyone 21 or older is welcome to stop by Wynwood Brewing Company‘s taproom for a fresh-off-the keg taste of what Miami’s first craft production brewery has to offer.


The taproom, which overlooks the brewery, will offer pints starting at $5. They will also offer flight tastings for those who want to try all the beer or can’t finish a whole pint: four brews for $6, five brews for $7, and six brews for $8. Beers include Pop’s Porter, named for Founder Luis Brignoni’s father, La Rubia pale ale, Wynwood IPA, and the limited-edition Stiglitz Imperial Marze specially made for Oktoberfest.

The space is a bit off the beaten Second Saturday path and will offer a place for fans of craft brew to convene at a beautiful solid wood bar, sip, and discuss what’s on tap as Brignoni, who has been brewing since college, passionately describes how your beverage came to be.

In addition to the bar that overlooks the brewery, the room will have large butcher-block-style tables with an eclectic mix of chairs to create an intimate and welcoming vibe. Everywhere you look, the taproom reflects its Wynwood roots, with walls adorned with murals by local artists, bringing to fruition the brewery’s mission to support its neighbors.

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