Brew Dogs Filming Miami: Wynwood Brewing Shoot Open

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South Florida's beer scene has officially made it with the arrival of the Brew Dogs in Miami.

The "Dogs" -- Martin Dickie and James Watt -- made the rounds of South Florida's best and brightest breweries to focus on our exploding craft beer scene.

See also: Blackbrick, Panther Coffee, Azucar, Wynwood Brewing, JoJo Tea Head to James Beard House

So far, Watt and Dickie, who happen to own Scotland's BrewDog Brewery, have visited Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park, Due South Brewing Company in Boynton Beach, Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach, Craft Beer Cartel/Riverside Market in Fort Lauderdale, and J. Wakefield Brewery in Wynwood.

The big finale is set for Saturday, February 14, when Brew Dogs heads to Wynwood Brewing Company. From 5 to 8 p.m., come out and watch the filming.

You'll also have the opportunity to find (and get an exclusive taste of) the collaborative BrewDog/Wynwood Brewing beer. The Brew Dogs also want some serious on-air feedback of the special brew and will film interviews with beer enthusiasts to get some genuine reviews. This might be your opportunity to put all of those hours drinking beer to good use as you share your beer knowledge with the world.

Brew Dogs airs on Esquire Network, returning with new episodes in April.

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