J. Wakefield Brewing and Australian native Chef Aaron Brooks collaborated on the Bonzer! NEIPA with part of the proceeds benefiting Australian firefighters. Read More
J. Wakefield Brewing
First opened in 2015, J. Wakefield Brewing is Wynwood’s only independently-owned craft brewery and tap room. Located in the heart of Miami’s art district, J. Wakefield Brewing makes quality beers that don’t always fit the norm.
From their renowned sours to instant classics like El Jefe Coconut Hefeweizen and Hops 4 Teacher IPA, J. Wakefield Brewing crafts traditional styles while utilizing local and occasionally unexpected ingredients as well as flavor-enhancing techniques like barrel-aging, to give these styles a unique twist.
J. Wakefield Brewing is located at 120 NW 24th Street, Miami, Florida. For more information, please visit jwakefieldbrewing.com or like/follow JWB on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @jwakefieldbeer.
J. Wakefield Brewing is an independent craft brewer.
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A selection of beers from J. Wakefield Brewing
|24th Street Brown Ale Review||English Brown Ale||6.5||35||195|
|El Jefe Review||Hefeweizen||5.5||13||165|
|Intergalactic Review||American IPA||6.5||195|
|Panda Review||American Stout||8.0||35||240|
J. Wakefield Brewing in the News
J. Wakefield Brewing will begin distributing two of its core beers in 40 Publix supermarkets, from Broward County to Key West, beginning this month. Read More
J. Wakefield Brewing releases its top-rated-in-the-world Imperial Berliner Weisse, Miami Madness, with Miami Madness Day, on Saturday, September 29th. Read More
J. Wakefield Brewing will be celebrating the season kick-off of the college football season by barbecuing gator and releasing their “Drain the Swamp” NEIPA. Read More
Jägermeister announces a new, 360 marketing program—Jägermeister paired with a craft beer—to increase awareness amongst target millennial consumers. Read More
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