Lincoln’s Beard


By Josie Gulliksen


It’s a great time to be a beer lover in Miami because the craft beer scene gets hotter by the day. With several breweries already open and established around Miami-Dade and new ones opening regularly, you can get your sudsy fix on whenever you like. Here’s a list of picks for breweries Miami, part 2 that covers South Miami, Little Havana and Miami Beach. For Part 1, Wynwood, Doral and Coral Gables, click here. Alas, nothing we could find in Brickell.


South Miami

Lincoln’s Beard is also a newbie and the friends and family running this place like to have fun. Their website clearly states “Welcome to Miami’s weirdest brewery.” They’ve got theme nights on a regular basis and you’ll know what they have year-round, listed under the heading “Always” including an Irish Red they call Avenge Me and P.Swayze their American IPA. Grab tacos at the Tacos & Tattoo food truck parked out back.


Little Havana

Nightlife Brewing Company is a venture by two young entrepreneurs Juan O’Naghten and John Cooper who founded the spot are set to open within the next month in the ground level of the Home Plate Garage at Marlins Park. Their craft brews include Gunfighter Blonde Hefeweizen, Spitfire Redhead Saison, 90 Mile Pale Ale, Flight to Freedom Golden Strong, Daring Brunette Brown and Thunderbird Milk Stout.


Miami Beach

Abbey Brewing Co. has been a favorite on South Beach for the last 27 years. Billed as the Beach’s only brew pub, their four house recipe brews include Immaculate IPA, Father Theodore’s Stout, Brother Dan’s Double and Brother Aaron’s Quadruple. They introduce specialty brews regularly and regularly host events where they’ll serve up beer and bourbon braised hot dogs and other specialties. The wood-filled interior adds a homey feel with beam ceilings, a communal table and robust bar.

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Abbey Brewing Co.

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