Craft Brew Alliance, a leading craft brewing company, announced the launch of Wynwood Brewing’s La Rubia Blonde Ale in New York and Connecticut. Read More
Wynwood Brewing Company
Founded in 2011, Wynwood Brewing Company is Miami’s first craft production brewery. Founded by Luis Brignoni and his father Luis “Pops” Brignoni Sr., Wynwood is deeply rooted in its founders’ Puerto Rican heritage and namesake neighborhood, the Wynwood Arts District. Our neighborhood is renowned as one of the most vibrant and artistic communities in the country and attracts artists and influencers from around the world.
Our beer draws inspiration from our family and place within Miami’s thriving local and international art scene. Our year-round portfolio includes flagship La Rubia Blonde Ale, a crisp and flavorful ale made for hot Miami weather, Laces IPA, Lock On, Father Francisco and Pop’s Porter, which won a gold medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival competition.
The Wynwood Neighborhood
We made our first beer at home, then we found our home in the Wynwood Arts District. Just north of downtown Miami, Wynwood is in an area that was traditionally a garment district and a Puerto Rican neighborhood. After the garment factories left the area many of the warehouses were abandoned and littered with graffiti. These warehouses soon turned into outdoor canvasses and public art became the fabric of the neighborhood. Since then, we have witnessed our home become an international symbol of expression and culture. We are proud to call this is our spot, our people, our family.
We decided to come to Wynwood for several reasons. We are truly passionate about our craft, our beer, in the same way the artists in our neighborhood take pride in their work and the other artisans share this passion for their products. Every beer is brewed with love and passion to ultimately create a work of art in every glass. Most importantly this neighborhood felt like home. As a family, we were drawn to this area and wanted to help create jobs and support the community. We want each person that works for Wynwood Brewing, who shares a beer in our taproom or enjoys our beer at one of our fine retailers to feel like part of the family.
We’ve got over 18 beers on tap. Which you’re missing right now because you’re reading this instead of being with us drinking some of them. Unless you’re reading this from the taproom, in which case, touché! From your consistent favorites to the unique offerings, we might have for you this season.
For more information, visit wynwoodbrewing.com.
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A selection of beers from Wynwood Brewing Company
|La Rubia Review||American Blonde Ale||5.0||20||150|
|Magic City Review||American Pale Ale||5.9||35||177|
Wynwood Brewing Company in the News
As the NBA season heats up, HEAT fans can cool off with Wynwood Brewing beers as part of a three-year partnership as the Official Craft Beer of the Miami HEAT. Read More
11 South Florida craft breweries collaborated on “Onward Together”, a Czech-style pilsner with 100% of proceeds to aid Bahamians impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Read More
Just 14 days remain before Anheuser-Busch InBev’s deadline to buy the remaining stake of Craft Brew Alliance or pay a $20 million fee. Read More
Wynwood Brewing Company, which opened in the popular arts district in 2013 as Miami’s first full-production craft brewery, has been purchased by Portland-based Craft Brew Alliance. Read More
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