Celebrate American Craft Beer Week at These Miami Breweries

American Craft Beer Week lasts from Monday, May 16, through Sunday, May 22. To help celebrate, we’ve highlighted two Miami breweries serving up ice-cold brews all week long with unique releases.

EST. 33 Thai Brewery and Kitchen is an American barbecue and Thai fusion brewery. Located at 701 S Miami Ave, Unit 412A in Brickell City Centre, EST. 33 blends American barbeque flavors with the culinary traditions of Thailand. Its in-house brewery provides guests with an expansive selection of house brews, cocktails and wine year-round to pair with its blended menu of Asian spices and hickory flavors. For American Craft Beer Week, the brewery created the Dry Hop My Bock ($8) for the occasion. The dry-hopped Maibock (translation: may strong light lager) drinks like a Pilsner on steroids—it offers a full-bodied yet crisp and clean, dry-hopped with Mt. Hood, Perle and Northern Brewer and weighing in at 6.7% alcohol by volume (ABV).

Dogfish Head Miami is an artsy brewhouse and eatery in the Wynwood district. The establishment offers its own brand of brews and small bites in a vibrant environment. Ahead of the location’s first anniversary and collaboration with former NBA All-Star Chris Bosh for a limited-edition brew, Dogfish Head Miami is celebrating American Craft Beer Week with two additional special brews: the SeaQuenching Ale and the Mojit-Ale. The SeaQuenching Ale is a sour mash-up of a crisp Kölsch, a salty Gose and a tart Berliner Weiss brewed in sequence with black limes, sour lime juice and sea salt. The ale forms a citrusy and refreshing mash-up for beer and margarita drinkers. In contrast, the Mojit-Ale is a bright and citrusy blend of fermented barley, wheat and cane sugar infused with lime juice and fresh-pressed Florida sugar cane syrup, which is muddled in every glass with mint leaves and lime.

Lifestyle Staff

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