MIA Brewing Company Holds Grand Opening Party Tomorrow

MIA Brewing Company began production last August and recently opened its tasting room to the public in January. But tomorrow, February 21, the Doral brewery will finally throw a grand-opening party.

The tap list will be epic. Besides the 23 original MIA brews, there will be a ton of guest taps, including locals such as Biscayne Bay Brewing, Wynwood Brewing, and J. Wakefield Brewing. Almost 60 beers will flow Saturday night. Many other Florida beers will be tapped as well. The party, which begins at noon, will last 12 hours. There is no cover charge.

See also: MIA Brewing Company Opens for Production

Beyond beer, there will be food, glassware, and T-shirts available for purchase using tickets (except water and soda). Tickets will be sold in the tasting room for $5 apiece. Some items will cost multiple tickets. Water and soda can be paid for with cash.

The grand opening comes a week before that of nearby J. Wakefield Brewing, which plans a big, lavish party with a tickets going for a whopping $60. Can you say competition?

At MIA Brewery, parking will be available. A map should be released sometime today on the Facebook event page.

You can't drink good beers without music. There will be live music all day, including performances by ¡Mayday!, Suenalo, the Talking Dogs, Lone Wolf One Man Band, DJ Rudeboi Shuffle, and Spred the Dub.

The grand-opening party will be held outside, but the weather should cooperate, with the forecast predicting partly cloudy skies, temps around 73, and a 10 percent chance of rain.

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