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Hurricane Dorian: Where to Get Water and Supplies in Miami

Having trouble finding water?
Having trouble finding water?
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Are you worried you won't find any hurricane supplies? Fret not. In addition to stores such as Publix, Winn-Dixie, Whole Foods, and Aldi, local breweries and bars are stepping up to help people searching for potable water and ice. Here's an ever-growing list of places to stop for necessities.

Business owners can email New Times with their operating hours at cafe@miaminewtimes.com.

The Bar Coral Gables, Blackbird Ordinary, Mama Tried, Purdy Lounge, and Sweet Liberty

The owners of the hospitality group are giving out free ice before, during, and after the storm at all its bar locations throughout Miami-Dade.

Beat Culture Brewery

7250 NW 11th St., Miami
786-431-5413
beatculture.com


The brewery is offering free filtered water, so bring empty jugs. Buy two crowlers and get a third free. Open through Sunday unless weather changes.

Concrete Beach Brewery

325 NW 24th St., Miami
305-796-2727
concretebeachbrewery.com


The brewery has a pallet of filtered water; the limit is one case per person until supplies last. Customers can also fill empty growlers and jugs at the brewery's water stations.

Doris Italian Market

10020 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines
954-499-0600
dorismarket.com


Doris is open for business and hurricane supplies. The grocery store is receiving multiple shipments of water, and all locations have generators. All locations will remain open as long as its safe.

Invasive Species Brewing

726 NE Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale
invasivespeciesbrewing.com


The Fort Lauderdale brewery is filling jugs with water.

J. Wakefield Brewing

120 NW 24th St., Miami
786-254-7779
jwakefieldbrewing.com


The Wynwood brewery is filling water bottles. In addition, the brewery will remain open until weather conditions deteriorate.

Nightlife Brewing Co.

588 NW Seventh St., Miami
786-787-2337
nightlifebrewingco.com


Nightlife will have regular hours through the weekend and offer free filtered water (bring your own containers).

Publix

Various locations
publix.com


Open usual hours until conditions worsen. Most Publix locations are receiving back-up shipments of supplies. Also, most locations are equipped with generators, so they will reopen as soon as possible. Look for updates at publix.com for openings and closings.

Whole Foods Market

Various locations
wholefoodsmarket.com


According to a spokesperson, the Florida Whole Foods Markets are operating during their normal hours, which vary by location. Customers are advised to check for hours and updates concerning Dorian at wholefoodsmarket.com.

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