Although owner Eddie Leon and brewers Michael Demetrius and Piero Rodriguez have been making beer for quite a few years, it's been just one year since the company's taproom opened to the public. While most Miami breweries chose Wynwood as their operational hub, Leon picked Doral, which has turned out to be one of the fastest-growing cities in Miami-Dade. Call it foresight or luck, but the move worked well. His taproom is so busy that it's already too small. Leon is planning a mega-taproom and brewery expansion. When complete sometime this summer, the brewery will have 21,000 square feet of space, with 1,700 square feet devoted to the taproom. Expansion means more amenities, such as a full bar featuring beer and craft cocktails, a kitchen serving food, and space for private parties. Leon has always been innovative, starting his own distribution company and then signing with Cavalier Distributing to expand his beer's scope. MIA has always made great beer with an eye to the tastes of its home city. Now, with an expanded taproom and distribution options, the sky's the limit.