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Beat Culture Brewing Company Grows Miami's Beer Scene
Photo by Tony Espinoza

Beat Culture Brewing Company Grows Miami's Beer Scene

Beat Culture Brewing Company is one of the newest additions to Miami's growing beer scene.

"Being a new brewery in town, it's amazing the amount of support that we've received from the local community," co-owner Alan Espino says.

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The brewery, which opened in November 2018, is offering its 14 percent alcohol by volume blackberry mead and a 5 percent ABV Escoozy wheat saison, which recently came on tap. Fermenters are actively working on several other offerings to be released very soon. The brewery also previously released a collaboration with MIA Beer Company: Beeper Code 143, an 8.2 percent ABV double IPA.

In addition, the brewery is home to 3rd Heritage Kitchen. The eatery, owned by Jesus de la Torre Jr. of Jr's Gourmet Burgers in Miami Springs, offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Offerings include mac 'n' cheese balls ($10), elote ($8), bowls ($8 to $10), and several different burgers including the Big Daddy, a signature burger with Jr’s pink sauce, lettuce, tomato, yellow onions, and pickles on a toasted bun ($11).

On Friday, January 25, Beat Culture will celebrate the release of its 5.8 percent ABV Split Window double dry hopped IPA. The beer is hopped with Rakau, Cascade, and Amarillo hops. It will be unveiled during the Beat Culture Blast-off Vintage VW Meet Up in coordination with Volksblast.

Beat Culture Brewing Company Grows Miami's Beer Scene
Photo by Tony Espinoza

Volksblast started in 1998 and focuses on uniting people with the common interest of restoring vintage Volkswagen cars, from full original restoration to custom creations. The organization's meetup with Beat Culture Brewing will kick off Volksblast's 2019 countrywide tour. Money raised during the joint event will go to the City of South Miami Parks and Recreation's STEM program.

"Miami is our backyard. We're born, bred, and bleed Miami, so any opportunity we have to show love back to our city with our brewery is a special treat for us," says Espino.

At Friday's event, look for over 75 vintage Volkswagens and other cars as well as vintage racing video games, live art presentations, and music provided by DJ Le Spam from the Spam Allstars.

If you get hungry during the event, 3rd Heritage Kitchen will be offering food specials.

Volksblast at Beat Culture Brewing Company. 7 p.m. to midnight Friday, January 25, at 7250 NW 11th St., Miami; 786-431-5413; beatculture.com

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