Search More

Locations

Related Stories (8)

Details

Upcoming Events

Related Stories

  • Crossfade: Club Crasher
    Before we could afford to drink Lion Stout from Sri Lanka and craft beers at the Democratic Republic of Beer, we, like most college kids, would spend our Saturday nights talking shit and...
  • Short Order: Weekend Guide
    You've survived another long workweek, and the weekend is just around the corner. Better bundle up, because you won't want to stay indoors and watch movies with a can of soup. There are...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    At the Democratic Republic of Beer (501 NE First Ave., Miami) — an autonomous zone that, like Somaliland and Iraqi Kurdistan, has yet to be recognized by the United Nations — the...
  • Short Order: Booze Hound
    We all have a hand-knitted Christmas sweater from grandma, but you probably wouldn't be caught dead wearing it in public. But that'll change tonight. This evening, you can turn that...
  • Short Order: Restaurant Closings
    Democratic Republic of Beer has closed its 14th Street location. The last day open to the public was Saturday, according to the Miami Herald. Luckily, they have a second downtown location...
  • Short Order: Restaurant Closings
    November in Miami saw many anticipated restaurants opening, and a few closings that had most people surprised, indeed.  Some welcome additions to our local food scene include Dena...
  • Short Order: Booze Hound
    Democratic Republic of Beer, Miami's late night beer and wine local featuring over 500 beers from around the world, opened its second location in three years in downtown on Friday...
  • Short Order: Restaurant Opening
    Hey downtown Miami, if you're looking for a new happy hour place to grab a few brews with your crew, you'e got a new meeting place come Friday.Read also:- The DRB (Democratic Republic of...

Business Description

If you haven't yet heard, there's a tiny sovereign fully autonomous nation landlocked in Downtown Miami. The Democratic Republic of Beer is completely independent of the United States and is home to the biggest beer selection in Miami. Providing an ever-changing list of five hundred beers from more than sixty other nations matched with an incredibly diverse food menu full of cuisines from all over the world, The DRB is a place where you can always try something new. The DRB has an open immigration policy and invites you to become a citizen. Once you fill out a DRB passport application, you can then track all of your beers online and earn rewards for trying new beers. Whether you're stopping by for a drink before a show at the Arts Center, or just looking for a super cool loungy spot to hang out, The Democratic Republic of Beer is where you will taste the dishes and experience the beers from nations all over the world.

Loading...