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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Free Barbecue, Art Walk, and Beer

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Free BBQ, Duvel Happy Hour at Gramps Saturday

You see, in a perfect world, we would be making a solid 200k a year. We'd drive a trendy Beamer or a sports coup and weekend yachting with friends would be the "normal" thing to do once or twice a month. Our lifestyle would be posh and comfortable without being stuffy and too over the top. Alas, a penniless writer can only dream. Much like you, we're over here drowning in our pathetic student debt, and struggling to make ends meet. Thankfully, there's a little hope. On Saturday night at Gramps, you can enjoy two buck beers and free barbecue from Sparky's. That sounds wonderful.

J Wakefield Brewing Hosting Tap Takeover at LoKal Saturday

The tap takeover kicks off at 9 p.m. on Saturday at Lokal in Coconut Grove. It's all donation-based, and they're asking for $5 per glass. J Wakefield Brewing Company -- the homebrewer -- will soon be getting licensed and to showcase their license and distribution-worthy suds, you'll find them on tap at the Grove's burger joint. These are the brews that you'll be able to choose from: Master Blaster Porter, a smoked coconut porter aged with kopi luwak coffee, toasted coconut, vanilla bean, Hops in Session, the flagship IPA, Mate Bliss Brown Ale, a brown ale aged with Yerba mate and cacao nibs, Gmorks Revenge, a 'nothing' imperial stout aged in rum barrels with coconut and vanilla beans, DDT Porter, a collaboration brew between JWB and Cycle brewing - a barrel aged porter with dulce de leche, Austin Milbarge, a Berliner done with Riesling wine, and Salatado Limon, a Berliner done with sea salt and kaffir lime leaves and juice.

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Alex Rodriguez