Cocktails & Spirits

Beach Brews Beer Fest on Miami Beach Features More Than 50 Beers: Get Half-Price Tickets Now

Miami Beach is getting its very own beer event -- and it's only a week away.

On February 2, from 7 to 10 p.m., the Beach Brews Beer Fest will take over the Miami Beach Convention Center, bringing some of Florida's best craft and micro brewers together under one roof.

The event features over 50 different beers, food, music by DJ Bill and games for prizes. Which means all those nights spent perfecting your beer pong game at the frat house will come in handy.

General admission tickets

are $80 and includes unlimited food tastings, beer sampling, and

admission to the after-party. VIP tickets are $140 and includes access

to a special VIP lounge and premium open bar. A portion of proceeds

benefits Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired which is

Florida's largest and oldest private agency serving the blind and

visually impaired.

For a limited time, Voice Daily Deals is

offering tickets to the Beach Brews Beer Fest at 50 percent off the regular GA

and VIP prices, which means double the fun at half the price. Visit to get on the deal. But hurry, because quantities are limited.

To get an idea of the awesomeness of over 50 beers under one roof, check out the partial list of beers you can sample -- and the list grows daily:

  • Affligm

  • Abita

  • Anchor Steam

  • Angry Orchard

  • Augustiner Brau

  • Banks Beer

  • Batch 19

  • Bell's

  • Big Rod Ale

  • Brooklyn Beer

  • Butte Creek

  • Cassablanca Beer

  • Coopers

  • Dixie Beer

  • Erdinger

  • Florida Lager

  • Fourth Age Brewing

  • Full Sail Ale

  • Great Blue Yonder Brewery

  • Harpoon Brewery

  • Holy Mackerel Beers

  • Kalik

  • King Fisher

  • Mack House Brewery and Craft Beer Bar

  • Morons
  • Most Wanted Brewery

  • Misfit Homebrewers

  • Sapporro

  • Sierra Nevada

  • Subvert Ales

  • Swamp Ape

  • Tiger Beer

  • Unibrew

  • Yuengling

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
Contact: Laine Doss